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MileHiCon Schedule

10.19.14
by Daniel Abraham

If any of y’all are in Denver this coming weekend, James SA Corey (meaning both me *and* Ty) are among the guest of honor at this year’s Mile Hi Con along with the fairly gorgeous slate of Michael Swanwick, and Phil & Kaja Foglio.  Jeanne Stein will be Toastmaster. Our schedule looks like this: FRIDAY: 3:00 – 3:50: Science Fiction in the Solar System: Keeping It Realisitic 7:15 – 7:45: Opening Ceremonies 8:00 – 9:00 Autograph Alley 10:00 – God Knows: […]

Catching up

09.20.14
by Daniel Abraham

So I’m still in the middle of a bunch of Really Cool Work, but there were a few things I wanted to pop on the Internet and mention.  Many of these are also cool. 1) The Long Price Quartet is finally going to be on audio.  A Shadow in Summer is already up for preorder. 2) I did an interview with my friend Cameron Goble that has been made available online. 3) Things are going well with the TV show. […]

A little cold turkey

08.17.14
by Daniel Abraham

Well, the summer’s over and I’m a little behind where I wanted to be.  The TV show, it turns out, could easily have been a full time job all on its own.  But since we’re not giving *that* up, I (Daniel) am dropping off Twitter & Facebook for a couple three months.  And, to make sure I don’t cheat, I’ve had my Darling Wife change my passwords. I’ve also deleted my favorite games and news apps. If y’all need to […]

Nemesis Games is starting to become a real thing.

08.08.14
by Ty Franck

Behold.  Cover art.  

Other Stuff

08.02.14
by Daniel Abraham

So, it’s been pointed out that we’ve been pretty Expanse-centric around here of late — and for decent reason, I think — but there are other things going on. So, for those keeping score at home, here’s how things stand: 1) Bubonicon Ty and I are both at Bubonicon this weekend. If you’re in Albuquerque, do stop by. 2) The Widow’s House launch The Widow’s House — fourth and penultimate book of The Dagger and the Coin — launches Tuesday […]

Long-promised news on the TV Show

07.15.14
by Daniel Abraham

Sometimes you start something really big and complicated – like entering a whole new kind of business for instance – and you really really hope that things are going to go well? Yeah, so about that . . . A few months ago, it was announced that SyFy, Sean Daniel Company, and Alcon Entertainment had made a deal to make The Expanse into a TV show. Ten episodes, straight to series (which means we wouldn’t be making a pilot episode […]

James SA Corey Google Talk

07.04.14
by Daniel Abraham

So here’s a thing that happened.

James SA Corey’s Phoenix Comicon Schedule

06.03.14
by Daniel Abraham

So we’re heading to Phoenix Comicon this coming weekend from our new day gig in LA.  Here’s what they’ve got us booked for: Putting the Science in Science Fiction : Science guest Phil Plait and science fiction writers talk about keeping the science real, or appearing real, in science fiction.   Panelists: John Scalzi, L.E. Modesitt Jr, Phil Plait, Ty Franck When: Fri, 10:30–11:30AM  Room: Sheraton Valley of the Sun Spotlight on James S. A. Corey, the creator of The Expanse : A spotlight […]

How To Buy Cibola Burn

05.23.14
by Daniel Abraham

The early reviews of Cibola Burn are pretty decent.  Starred reviews in Publisher’s Weekly and Library Journal.  We’re being sent out on a book signing tour for the first time ever.  Interest is high, especially with the TV show taking shape.  But chances are good that the preorders are going to be low.  Why?  Because Amazon has decided to escalate its let’s-call-them-negotations with Hachette by pulling the preorder option. Now to be perfectly honest, we’re going to be fine.  Our […]

Signed Cibola Burn

05.14.14
by Daniel Abraham

So while there’s that, y’know, half the country that’s not going to be covered by the book tour, your friends and mine at Orbit are putting together some signed bookplates. So that’s cool, right?