Sam Bellotto Jr., editor of Perihelion Science Fiction, has purchased my short story, Portraits Hung in Empty Halls. He called it “a snortin’ good time travel adventure.” and I heartily agree. It’s my sixth, and final, Clarion West story to sell, my favorite, and I’m pleased it’s found a home at Perihelion.. I’ll post a link when the publication date is set. Meanwhile, thank you, Sam.
Elsewhere,, the editor of a major fantasy market requested a minor rewrite on my novelette, Sweetwater Notion and the Hallelujah Kid. I’ve very excited about this opportunity. It’s a market I have hoped to sell to for a couple years. I’ll post more details on this one if and when the story sells.
The paper and electronic versions of my non-SF novel, Lifting Up Veronica, were released May 24 by Every Day Publishing. The hard-cover copy is a handsome book. For those of you who may be interested, it’s available from Amazon,Amazon Canada,Amazon UK, Barnes & Noble, and IndieBound. Lifting Up Veronica was originally serialized online by Every Day Novels. Camille Gooderham Campbell edited Veronica and has gone above and beyond. Thank you, Camille, for all the hard work and love you have poured into this book.
My short story, A Quiet Little Town In Northern Minnesota, is available to read in the July/August 2013 issue of Analog. It’s on the newsstands now. A Quiet Little Town is my third story to appear in Analog, the first since Trevor Quachri took over as editor. Thank you, Trevor!