Pseudopod, the world’s premiere horror fiction podcast, has purchased the rights to record a version of my short story “Brothers” to be featured on their program. If you’re not familiar, Pseudopod is a great place to listen to short horror fiction, with a new story every Friday. Stay tuned to find out when the story appears, or better still, subscribe to the podcast itself!
On the things (and people) you should know front
Richard Dansky has begun a new series of interviews on his Web site. Called “Five for Writing”, he’s asking the tough questions to some of the brightest names in the industry. Give it a look!
Congratulations once again to the prolific Simon Wood, who has had another one of his novels picked up by Dorchester. Congrats as well to Maurice Broaddus (“Nurse’s Requiem”) and Chesya Burke (“My Sister’s Keeper”) for their appearance in Whispers in the Night: Dark Dreams III , and to Cullen Bunn for the Trade Paperback release of his first graphic novel The Damned: Three Days Dead.
I apologize about the radio silence on my end. Sorry to all of you who were coming in regularly and disappointed with a lack of updates. I’ll try and be better, starting with a new essay sometime next week!
Keeping up (with) Appearances
It’s quiet as we move into the middle of the year, though I do have one appearance coming up. Be sure to look for me at the always impressive Mo*Con now in it’s second year!
Shortly after Mo*Con II, if all goes according to plan, I’ll be back in Indianapolis. This time I’ll be signing copies of Sails and Sorcery at GenCon, August 18th and 19th .
For those of you who look ahead, in November I’ll be in Saratoga, NY for the 2007 World Fantasy Convention. Look me up!