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I’ve decided to make 2012 into The Year Stuff Gets Out There. Thus, a few things: The story “Bad Beat” is currently available for view on Raygun Revial.It’s the first of what I hope to be an anthology of Jet … Continue reading
So. The book’s on Draft 4 and counting, which is actually a nice thing. I continue to find that I enjoy the editing process… which is its own thing, most likely. For those who notice, there’s a Kickstart campaign in … Continue reading
Update on the “Zobop Bebop” Kickstarter campaign and new sample chapters from the book. Continue reading
After finishing the manuscript for Zobop Bebop and attempting to get it out there, I’ve started to… hear things. The pages… speak to me. They say something like this:
I’ve got a number of orphans under my roof, but “Thirteen O’Clock” is the one who most deserves a home. I’d been thinking about cities and superheroes, how they fit together and where they didn’t, and decided to create a … Continue reading
Logline: A rocketpunk mystery that’s The X-Files meets American Tabloid, SLOW BOAT TO FAST CITY swings to a hot-jazz tune played by a quartet of slot machines, rocket engines, laser fire and broken bones. Between the Mob, the bosses and … Continue reading
Two notes: 1) A Rag and Bone story’s been picked up by a quarterly anthology out of Ottawa. Watch this space for more. 2) I’ve got something new bouncing through my head. It’s a little bit Orpheus, a little bit Silver … Continue reading
So, Zobop Bebop is about as done as it’s going to be for a bit. Thus, in an effort to show the transition from Weekly Pitch to prose (and, in preparation for a wild run of self-promotion and eventual self-publication,) … Continue reading
So, Strange Horizons rejected Bad Beat without any commentary. Thus, I put my final draft out there for general consumption, as I love it enough to set it free. More followups to come.
Figured that it’d be useful to get some of the secrets out of the way on one of the more secret-laced pitches. So.