Thursday, April 05, 2007

QUESTIONS OR SELF-PROMOTION, ANYONE?

This weekend, Ann and I head off for Trinity Prep School in Orlando where I'll be doing a writing workshop with some of the students, visiting with their creative writing class, talking about "Martin Lake," which they've been reading, and doing my Ambergris multi-media reading/thingee. Then, after a brief stop home later in the week we're off to San Diego so I, along with the other Eisner judges, can decide on the finalists. While Ann gets to have fun! (Well, okay, so reading a lot of comics is going to be fun, too.)

So, for the next week to ten days, I'm not going to be posting unless something amazing or horrible happens. BUT I will have internet access, so...let's open up this blog to questions and to self-promotion.

You can either ask me or Evil Monkey any question you like--about writing or anything--and we'll answer it in the body of this post, or you can tell us about any creative project you have coming out in the next year or so that you want people to know about.

See ya!

Jeff

9 Comments:

At 2:49 PM, Anonymous Tim Pratt said...

I'll play. My novel Blood Engines is coming out in October (I just finished the copyedits!). It's a weird urban fantasy set in San Francisco, and the awesome Daniel Dos Santos cover art is online.

 
At 2:50 PM, Anonymous Tim Pratt said...

Hmm, that link to the cover art didn't exactly work...

Trying again.

 
At 3:26 PM, Anonymous Anghara said...

I'll play!

Only a couple of short weeks ago, "Gift of the Unmage" Book 1 in my new YA trilogy Worldweavers, hit the bookstores. It's got some pretty nifty reviews so far. Take a look at it here

 
At 3:27 PM, Anonymous Anghara said...

Links appear to be acting screwy or else I made a goof somewhere. In any event, the relevant website is www.worldweaversweb.com

 
At 5:11 AM, Anonymous Paul Jessup said...

Yay! Time to be utterly shameless.

My own goods:
Apple Magick, now online at Farrago's Wainscot:
http://www.farragoswainscot.com/2007/applemagick.html

MudSkin, now in PostScripts 10:
http://www.pspublishing.co.uk/cat/ps10.asp

Alchemy of War, in EV #12
http://www.electricvelocipede.com/

And of course, a lot more to come later this year.

Other people's stuff I'm publishing:

GrendelSong Issue 2 and Hal Duncan's The City of Rotted Names:
http://grendelsong.com/

 
At 8:02 PM, Blogger skinnyblackcladdink said...

er, ok, here: any Filipinos (or anyone interested in Filipino modern pop lit) reading this blog? if you haven't heard of this yet, check it out:

http://philippinegenrestories.blogspot.com

the editor, Kenneth Yu, takes more risks than may be good for this young, lightweight little mag on the Philippine publishing scene, but enough to be an absolute boon for writers (taking inspiration from Ellery Queen); but that's why we need him, and more people like him. why we're proud we've got him around.

check out the first post for more details, here:

http://philippinegenrestories.blogspot.com/2006/08/first-post.html

 
At 11:57 PM, Blogger j:osh said...

San Diego eh? come to my bar, I'll be glad to buy you a drink!

Begin shameless self-promotion . . .

Underground literary collective Bedlam Publishing

http://www.bedlampublishing.com
bedlampublishing@hotmail.com

Re-launching the website in a week or two with all kinds of new stuff . . . come by and check it out!

 
At 6:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The anthology THE NEW BOOK OF MASKS (Forrest Aguirre, editor) is now out and includes a story of mine: "Monkey Shines" with more monkeys, mechanical and otherwise, than you can shake a stick at. The anthology also includes such local favorites as Tamar Yellin, Lance Olsen, Rikki Ducornet, and Brian Evenson.

http://www.rawdogscreaming.com/masks.html

I've also got a short story "Talking at 60 Watts" coming up in Postscripts #11.

--Eric Schaller

 
At 11:22 AM, Anonymous Alex Dally MacFarlane said...

Thanks for posting the link to the Philippine Genre Stories, skinnyblackcaddink. They look like an interesting endeavor; I've got a story I think I might send their way.

My self-promotion is somewhat smaller, fledgling that I am. So far I've had two short stories published:

"The Beautiful Collection" at Crimson Highway
http://www.crimsonhighway.com/fiction/0207/beautifulcollection.html

"An Epic of Egg-like Proportions" at Behind the Wainscot
http://farragoblog.livejournal.com/18674.html#cutid4

I have another story coming out in Behind the Wainscot later this year.

 

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