I went on a short story writing binge after I finished the Anniversary Day Saga, and now some of those stories have hit print.
Posts tagged urban fantasy
Over the weekend, I headed to traditional publishers’ websites and look at their paranormal romance covers only to discover…that the damn books are branded like urban fantasy or like an E.L. James knockoff or like a cookbook or travelogue. All of this points out a huge problem in the paranormal romance genre. There’s nothing that screams modern paranormal romance. Believe me when I tell you that readers look for such things.
Yeah, it’s been one of those weeks. I go for a month and post very little, and then I bombard you with information. But it can’t be helped. May is chockful of news. In addition to the bundle, the release of The Write Attitude, and the release of Starbase Human, I have also just published a […]
In the 1990s, I was known primarily as a fantasy writer, not an sf writer. When I became the editor of The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, the old editor (who was still the publisher) edited my fiction–accepting or rejecting what I had written, with the caveat that I send my stories to F&SF first. Then […]
Portia uses her magic to solve problems—theatrical problems. She prefers to work alone, even though her two sisters possess magic, too. But her latest job, in London’s West End, poses problems not only because of the play being performed—the cursed Scottish Play (aka Macbeth)—but because she must deal with a magic she has never seen […]