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If You’re Looking for Something New

Are you looking for a fresh voice in speculative fiction?  If so, I have a recommendation for you. Every year, the John W. Campbell Award is given to the “best” new writer in the speculative fiction genre—you know, science fiction, … Continue reading

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And It’s Out….

That didn’t take long…but they also said it wouldn’t…. The 2013 Campbellian Pre-Reading Anthology from Stupefying Stories is now available for free download.  It contains three of my stories: my Campbell-qualifying sale, “Thief of Futures” (originally published in Lightspeed Magazine), “Observations … Continue reading

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Pre-Campbell Anthology Set for Release

I signed my contract today allowing up to three of my stories to appear in a special issue of Stupefying Stories.  M. David Blake, one of Stupefying‘s editors, has put together a pre-award reader to assist Campbell Award voters.  (The John W. Campbell Award is … Continue reading

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I’m Eligilble for the Campbell Award

I didn’t know until recently, but I’m eligible for the John W. Campbell Award for best new science fiction or fantasy writer.  It’s given out each year by the World Science Fiction Society (based on votes by their members), the same group … Continue reading

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