This is the newly released Best of Subterranean. A big anthology filled with 750 pages of the works of some great writers including Harlan Ellison, George R R Martin, Robert Silverberg, Ted Chiang, Kelly Link, Michael Bishop, Jonathan Carroll, Joe R Lansdale… and me – my contribution being a homage to M R James called The Crane Method. Thanks to Bill Schafer for bringing out such a significant body of fantastic fiction. I’m really looking forward to reading this.
There’e a new interview with me to be found on the Steampunk website, Sage and Savant. Covering, among other things why law is a bit like science, why I don’t want to die just yet, and the problems with prophecy.
I’m pleased to announce that my short story The Visitor from Taured, first published in Asimov’s September 2016, is currently on the shortlist for both the Locus Award for the Year’s Best Novellete:
And also the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for the Year’s Best Short Story;
I’m very pleased to announce the release of my latest novel Red Snow. It’s about an ancient evil which somehow survives into this modern age. There are cowboys, vampires, church restorers and jazz-age society flappers. You can find out more (and buy) it here.