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the things we do for love

 2013:

"Dark Leader": April 2013
OWW Review: 15 December 2013
Thing for Boskone: 10 December 2013
"Covenant" line edits
Essay contracts
Interview questions for JJA
Award reading and judging


2014:


Karen Memory: 31 January 2014 (tick tock)
OWW review: 15 February 2014
Cyborg story: 28 February 2014
Sekrit project: February 2014

"Something's Gotta Eat T. rexes": 30 April 2014
Apocalypse story: 30 June 2014
"A Time to Reap": 1 August 2014
Other apocalypse story:  31 December 2014
Award reading and judging
Other award reading and judging


Book proposal: Eternal Sky 4-6
An Apprentice to Elves: ?


No fixed deadline:

Bard troll story
"This Chance Planet"
"Flush"
"Steel"

Smile (unless its name is actually Salt Water)
Unsuitable Metal
Untitled Gangland Urban Fantasy That Keeps Bugging Me
"Gallowglas"
"Untitled Space Opera Thingy" aka "Periastron"
"Posthumous Jonson"
"On Safari in R'lyeh and Carcosa with Gun and Camera"
"Coronado"
"Patience and Fortitude"

travel and appearances 2014:

January 10th at 6 pm: MIT SFS: Cambridge, Massachusetts (with Scott)
February 13-15, 2014: Boskone: Boston, Massachusetts

March 14-16, 2014: Tucson Festival of Books: Tucson, Arizona
March 22-24, 2014: Vericon: Harvard Univerity, Cambridge Massachusetts
April 17-20, 2014: Minicon: Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 25-27th, 2014: RavenCon: North Chesterfield, Virginia (Guest of Honor)
May 1-5, 2014: Mo-Con: Indianapolis, Indiana (Guest of Honor with Scott)
June 5-9, 2014: Phoenix Comicon: Phoenix, Arizona (Guest of Honor with Squeecast)
June 20-23, 2014: 4th Street Fantasy: Minneapolis, Minnesota
July 3-7, 2014: ConVergence: Minneapolis, Minnesota

Scandinavian Micro-Tour!
July 11-13, 2014: Finncon: Jyväskylä, Finland (Guest of Honor with special guest Scott Lynch)
Then between July 16th and 22nd, Scott and I will be visiting

  • SF Bokhandeln Stockholm

  • SF Bokhandeln Gothenberg

  • SF Bokhandeln Malmo

  • Fantastik Copenhagen

  • (exact dates eventually)

August 8-10, 2014: Nine Worlds, London, England
August 14-17, 2014: Worldcon: London, England
October 31-November 2, 2014: ICON: Iowa City, Iowa (Guest of Honor with Scott)
November 14-16, 2014: Windycon: Lombard, Illinois (Guest of Honor with Squeecast)


Criminy. And somewhere in here I need to write two more books.

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Across the street from the SF Bokhandeln in Stockholm is a wonderful ice cream shop. I can't remember if it's to the right or to the left; the folk in the shop will know. Recommended.
Thing for Boskone

Ooooh ... (he says, going to his first NESFA event in decades)
You will be at neither Readercon nor WFC? Um, see you in 2015, I guess?

I am deeply envious of your Scandinavian Micro-Tour. That will be awesome, I'm sure, and I trust you will show many photos and tell sagas of great bravery, or at least great drinking.
Alas. I'm in Finland Readercon weekend, and because WFC is bracketed by two GoH appearances, I will be there only if that boy I like or I are nominated for something, or some serious publisher arm-twisting occurs. *g*

I will drink mightily on your behalf!

YES!

Eternal Sky 4-6? I'm in.
Can't wait for Karen Memory.
How goes One Eyed Jack? I am rereading the Prometheus series. Just finished rereading Edda of Burdens. Looking forward to getting reaquainted with Jenny Casey again. I think she's my favorite character... the Edda series is my favorite ... world? so real, so spare, so well-defined with so few descriptors. And I just love the Prometheus books for the people, the stories.

So thanks. Thanks for filling my shelves with so many friends.

Re: YES!

One-Eyed Jack should be out sometime this year, though a date's not been set. And Eternal Sky 4-6 is dependent on selling them, of course...

Glad to be of service.

Walk in the sun.

Here, in
the sweet
atmosphere
created by a
sullen desire,
the light of
a new day
invites me
to smile near
a delicate branch.

Francesco Sinibaldi