And it is a very long list (95 books in the novel category), but I’m happy to see The Painting and the City there.
And, it’s also on the long list for the Arthur C. Clark awards, amongst 40 other novels, including one of my favorites of the year, The Babylonian Trilogy.
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More hurrahs for Seb and Robert!
Thanks Marly, hurrahs are always welcome!
Cool Robert…One of my short stories is on the BFS long list also. The strange thing is that the novel category seems longer! Anyhow, I hope your book makes it to the short list for at least one of these.
Hey Brendan–I didn’t see your story in the list–belated congrats!
Great to be riding along with you…
Likewise I’m sure.