Monthly Archives: July 2014

Goals: Release timeline (revised), Inside the Jump cover reveal!

Revision and editing on Tales from the Inhabited Worlds took a lot longer than anticipated, so the Inside the Jump and The Lost Pissarro have been moved to August. We’re currently negotiating release dates for the next projects in the … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 27 July 2014 (WIP: Leonie Hallward)

The fact of human faces — well, that’s another thing. I cherish that portrait of me that uncle Basil painted, because it is honest. It is a more honest mirror than my own silvered glass, for it observes what I … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 20 July 2014 (WIP: Leonie Hallward)

My mother and Basil argued over color, in a way that was immediately familiar when I was a student at the Academie Julian, drinking strong tea in the cafes with my friends. Those quarrels were the grown-up correspondent of my … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 13 July 2014 (WIP: Leonie Hallward)

The summer after my uncle Basil’s disappearance, we stayed at his country pied-a-terre, in which my father was part-owner. Nothing had been changed; the place was still as it had been. The studio was closed off; one afternoon Ralph and I ventured … Continue reading

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Weekend Writing Warriors: Sunday 7 July 2014 (WIP: Ship’s Heart)

In the center loomed up a monument, unlit, a bulk of shadow against the stars; Martisset squinted into the darkness to make out details–hooves and legs of a horse, leg of the rider–then no longer needed to, as Martisset the … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Bad Parents

 “No, I do not think that a wise idea.” Tethys watched their expressions fall. “But others have done it.” Three of her own children, many times over that in clan-children and marriage-protegees, and she never ceased hearing that excuse. She … Continue reading

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Live (more or less) from CONvergence 2014

Jet-lagged without the glamour of actual travel, I’m reminding myself that moderation is the secret of sanity at an event this big. At 12:30 US Central, I’ll be participating on a panel on Magic Realism, and will probably have interesting … Continue reading

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