December’s usually a slow publishing month, but not this year. If you want to read some great new fiction this December, look no farther. First, the latest Fiction River volume, Hex In The City, appeared just today. Put together by acclaimed editor Kerrie L. Hughes, Hex In The City features stories by award-winning authors Jay Lake and Lee Allred, bestsellers Nancy Holder and Seanan McGuire, as well as […]
Lots of things to share this week. WMG Publishing publishes a free short story podcast every week. I wrote this week’s podcast and I read the story as well. Go to this link and enjoy “Elvis at the White House.” While you’re on the WMG Publishing site, check out the nifty book trailer that WMG’s Jane Kennedy produced for Spree. You guys remember Spree, right? […]
Too much news to keep up with on these pages, but I’ll do my best. WMG Publishing is providing two different free fiction pieces every week. One is a serialization of my novel, Spree. The third installment hit today. All the previous chapters will remain on the site, so you can catch up if you’re behind. The other fiction piece is a free story every Friday. Some […]
I have a sticky note on my computer marked “Deal Breakers—by July 30.” It’s a reminder to revise the deal breakers article I wrote last year for the binder that Novelists Inc. give out at their conference every year. I was scheduled to speak last year, but had to cancel because of problems with the estate we dealt with all fall. As a result, my […]
The wonderful anthology, Stars, edited by Janis Ian and Mike Resnick is now available in e-book. Previously, you could only get the print books. The anthology is a lot of fun. Janis gave a bunch of sf writers permission to use one of her songs in a short story. The result is a wildly eclectic and powerful collection of work. Pick it up and see. You […]
I have a new short story in a beautiful anthology out of Ireland, Box of Delights, edited by John Kenny. Here’s the cover. The anthology has stories by some marvelous authors, including Mike Resnick and Steve Rasnic Tem. I can’t wait to read it. You can find ordering information here.
The Business Rusch: Small World Kristine Kathryn Rusch Yes, I’m finally home. I got home late Tuesday night and I’ve spent the day doing laundry, staring at my piled-up e-mail, and petting cats. This column will not be that complex because I thought I’d have a day between getting home and writing the column. Ah, the airlines changed that plan and left me with a […]
June was the longest short month in existence. Each day felt like it was two days long. I have no idea why. We traveled in June. Dean taught. I did a lot of work. And I read. And read. And read. So it was a good month. In fact, it was a spectacular month, considering how much of what I read I enjoyed. This is […]