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good news, good news

Aeon just let truepenny know that they are buying our collaborative short story, "The Ile of Dogges," for their issue #7. This is an indirect sequel to my Tiptree-longlisted novelette "This Tragic Glass," (without so much genderfuck in it) and also science fiction with a certain slanted quality of Connie Willis homage about it.

It is also, I am willing to bet, the first time in the history of the WUUUUUUUUUUUUUURLD that Edmund Tilney has been cast as anybody's hero.

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Congratulations to the pair of you.
Excellent! :-)
#7
three sir.
Coolness!
In the words of the Mortal Kombat announcer, "EXCELLENT."
Huzzah! For you, and for us, because I adore "This Tragic Glass" (it's my favourite of all your stuff so far (that I've read, anyway)). I shall have to look out for it.
Thank you!

I hope not to disappoint.
congra rats to both of you!
Neat. The Aeon crew are good people.
Ooh! can't wait

And Edmund Tilney is definitely underrated. Had I my time machine, he's one of those I'd cultivate, given everything that passed before his eyes...
*g* Yeah, really. And he does seem to have wanted to see plays produced. He wasn't a philistine.

No Kit in this one, though, so don't put it on your list.
I figured from the way you described it, but I want to read it anyway. :)
Rah! Rah!
Congratulations, and also, Connie Willis, yay. I'll keep my eye out for it.
Congrats!

This Tragic Glass is how I discovered you in the first place and then discovered that many many other authors had ljs as well... so I think of it fondly. :)
Hee. Well, it did good work, then.

We're only authors when our editors and agents are talking about us, really. The rest of the time we're writers.
Yay!
Hoorah! Congrats.
Congratulations!