So yeah. There’s been a lot going on of late, professionally speaking. So partly because I figured some folks might be interested and partly so I could see it all in one place, here’s the state of play right now:
Graveyard Child by MLN Hanover came out last month. We’re in between contracts on that one, and I’ll share more news on it as it comes in.
The Tyrant’s Law by Daniel Abraham comes out in four days, and has already been spotted in the wild. The fourth book in that series (The Widow’s House) is nearing completion.
Abaddon’s Gate by James S A Corey comes out on June 4th. The fourth book in that series (Dave or possibly The Mysterious Fourth Book of Mystery, but probably something much better) is also within striking distance of done.
The as-yet-not-with-a-final-title Star Wars novel by James S A Corey will be out next year.
Balfour and Meriwether in the Incident of the Harrowmoor Dogs by Daniel Abraham will be published as a stand-along chapbook in October.
Apex Magazine reprinted Hurt Me last month.
The first two Balfour & Meriwether stories are available on Snackreads.
Tor has made the Wild Cards story When We Were Heroes available as an ebook.
The High King Dreaming will appear in Jonathan Strahan’s Fearsome Journeys anthology.
The Meaning of Love will appear in George RR Martin and Gardner Dozois’ Rogues anthology.
Also, James SA Corey’s short story A Man Without Honor will appear in George and Gardner’s Old Mars anthology.
My piece on historical accuracy and fantasy was reprinted in Speculative Fiction 2012.
I’ll be appearing at the Denver ComicCon, the Locus Awards weekend, San Diego ComicCon, Bubonicon, the Western Colorado Writer’s Forum, and I’ll be running a one-day workshop about plot structure and information control in Seattle in September through Clarion West.
So. Like that.