I would like to promote some of my writer friend’s recent publications and acceptances, but there are so many of them that I worry about forgetting many things. Given the amount of brain space work is taking up these days, that’s almost a guarantee.
It is my hope that if I BEG my writer friends, they will be happy to comment about their latest and/or upcoming releases, either here, at Dreamscape, or at Live Journal, and I can edit them into this thread. Heck, even if you feel like reminding people about something you’ve got out there that needs a little love, go for it.
So, guys, tell these nice people where they can read your work. And don’t be shy. I did ask you.
And here are the authors! YES!
Naomi Clark: I’m in the middle of release panic as my second Urban Wolf book, DARK HUNT, came out this week! If people like queer fiction, werewolves, and Paris, they might like this 🙂 All the info is at my blog.
George Galuschak: My short story, “Middle Aged Weirdo in a Cadillac,” is still available at Podcastle. It’s read by Norm Sherman, who does a great job!
Jon Gibbs: My debut novel, Fur-Face (Echelon Press, 2010), is scheduled for paperback release this month. I heard from the publisher yesterday that it’ll be available at Amazon.com within the next week.
Chang Terhune: Some of my work can be found on my site where much fine dining, whining, droning and writing occurs.
Shveta Thakrar: For my part, a bunch of awesome writers and I have stories coming out in Steam-Powered 2: More Lesbian Steampunk Stories, due to release next week on the twenty-sixth. Anyone who’s interested in finding out more can contact the editrix, JoSelle Vanderhooft.
Kurt Wilcken: A project I was working on last year has finally seen daylight: A children’s book entitled “Trouble on Earth Day” by a writer and teacher named Kathy Stemke, which I illustrated.
As for writing, I’ve been doing a lot off blogging about Science Fiction and Fantasy novels on the Daily Kos website. I’ve just started a discussion of Roger Zelazny’s “Lord of Light”.
And I would indeed be remiss if I did not plug my webcomic, HANNIBAL TESLA ADVENTURE MAGAZINE, a pulp-era adventure about a two-fisted scientist in the Doc Savage mold. I’ve recently started a storyline about how Ginger DuPree, gutsy girl reporter, encountered the “CAT-MEN from MARS!”