Sale!

Starting today through August 31, my collection of short stories, And the Angels Sang, is free at Kobo! Think of this as my pandemic relief package to all of you. Recently, R. Graeme Cameron over at Amazing Stories reviewed the collection and had this to say in his summary: Is this “New Wave” science Fiction? “Feminist” fantasy? The very opposite of the kind of concept-driven pulp fiction I prefer? Sad puppies need not fear, here. Yes, the…

Price reductions on trade paperbacks

With all the general housekeeping since I switched gears with the publishing house, I realized I needed to update prices on my trade paperbacks. Usually that sort of thing means a price increase. But I’m really thrilled to let you know there’s been a considerable price reduction! In some cases as much as $10.00 per copy. Isn’t that just a bit of good news? I’ve also added a nifty feature across all trade paperbacks, called…

Revised and updated And the Angels Sang

Sometimes balls drop Yeah, yeah, I know, I really probably shouldn’t have used that header. But it got your attention, didn’t it? Seriously, though, I honestly did drop the things I was juggling. Well, not for the first time, but apparently I had completely forgotten a year and a half ago I was going to go with a updated and new shiny revision of And the Angels Sang. But, well, you know–life. It happens to you. It…

Pandemic, publishers and writers

And another one bites the dust I learned this week, with regret, the closure of another excellent small publisher, Bundoran Press. Headed by Hayden Trenholm, Elizabeth Westbrook-Trenholm, and Mike Rimar, Bundoran had a good run in the SF genre, giving voice to Canadian SF authors, and producing work which received literary acclaim. Speaking on behalf of the Bundoran team, Hayden Trenholm said: “While we still love the press and our artists, we no longer have…