Invisible, as curated and edited by Jim C. Hines, is now live! An anthology about diversity in SF/F works, including an essay by me (my first published essay!) is now available for sale. All proceeds go to charity, and I'd just like to state (again, and for the sake of transparency) that I did not take my fee for this, and instead asked for it to go to the charity.
For more information and links, please see this post on Jim's blog.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
My review of Douglas Hulick's debut, Among Thieves, went up over on SF Signal last week.
"Douglas Hulick’s debut novel, Among Thieves, is best described as a fun, exciting and compelling adventure. Taking place over the course of a couple of days in the city of Ildrecca, we follow the thief Drothe and his companion-in-arms Bronze Degan as they get drawn into the vicious maelstrom created by high-stakes gang warfare. Add into this mixture forbidden magic, being under threat from the Empire’s most powerful troops, and a careless death perpetually looming over their heads — and the main characters become the underdogs in the battle against almost-insurmountable odds."If you haven't read it, go check it out! And once again, I'd like to just thank John over at SF Signal for both the book and the opportunity. Keep your eyes peeled closer to Sworn in Steel's release date - May 6th - for another review.