Monthly Archives: February 2010

Wheatland Extends Deadline

In order to publish Polyphony 7, Wheatland Press needs 225 paid pre-orders. The March 1 deadline has been extended to March 15. If there aren’t enough pre-orders, they can’t publish the anthology. This looks like a great collection of stories, … Continue reading

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Not a big fan of. But I miss Three Brother’s Bakery. It’s near where my parents lived in Houston. It’s what bakery means to me. I even dated one of the brother’s daughters when I was in college (one date, … Continue reading

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Locus List

Very happy to see The Painting and the City on Locus magazine’s 2009 Recommended Reading List. Nothing of mine has made the list since In Springdale Town in 2003. I would have liked to see some other books on there, Marly Youman’s … Continue reading

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Announcing that French publisher Zanzibar Editions has picked up two books, The Painting and the City and Psychological Methods To Sell Should Be Destroyed. Writer and editor Anne-Sylvie  Homassel (stories in English in Strange Tales and Strange Tales II from … Continue reading

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