Link Roundup

Over the past few weeks I’ve had a lot of columns and reviews and other things go up on various sites (well, two) and so I thought I should link to them here so that people could actually, you know, see them. Separated by site and in chronological order:

LitReactor

Over at LitReactor I did a recap of the Sandman Slim series to date just in time for the latest release (which I will be reviewing for Tor.com next week). 

Also at LitReactor, I wrote two posts in honor of Pacific Rim — one was a Top 10 Giant Monsters post and the other a Top 10 Giant Robots.

Then there’s my review of Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean at the End of the Lane.

And finally, my Primer on Alfred Bester (Science Fiction great).

Tor.com

Over at Tor.com they’ve restarted my reread of The Chronicles of Amber by Roger Zelazny. The first post, for Nine Princes in Amber is up now.

I also reviewed the Jim Butcher Dresden Files story from the upcoming anthology, Dangerous Women.

And just today, my review of Charlie Huston’s Skinner went up.

Please check them out if you have the inclination.

 

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Falling Sky – Out now!


Falling Sky, my first novel, came out October 7, 2014 from Pyr. It's an adventure story set in a post-apocalyptic future with airships. Publisher's Weekly called it a "solid and memorable debut" while Library Journal gave it a starred review and named it Debut of the Month. For more information, please click here.

Upcoming Events

Science Fiction Association of Bergen County (NJ) - October 11, 8PM at the Bergen Highlands United Methodist Church.

Falling Sky Launch Party - October 14, Professor Thom's in New York City, 7-10 PM.

World Fantasy Convention - Nov. 6-9, Hyatt Regency Crystal City, Arlington, VA.

KGB Fantastic Fiction - December 17, 7PM, KGB Bar, NYC.

Recent Posts

  • Falling Sky Launch Party!
    10/13/2014 — If you’re in or near New York City tomorrow night, I hope you’ll come join me for the Falling Sky Launch Party. It will be held at Professor Thom’s in the East Village from 7-10. A bookseller from Word bookstore…Read more »
  • Falling Sky Review Roundup
    09/22/2014 — I don’t know if two reviews qualify as a roundup, but I was pleased with the reviews for Falling Sky from both Publisher’s Weekly and Library Journal. From Publisher’s Weekly: This solid and memorable debut is set in a world…Read more »
  • The Genre Blend: Zombies and more
    08/17/2014 — Let me state first that there are no zombies in Falling Sky. Technically… In the blurbs I received, E. C. Myers references The Walking Dead and Tad Williams’ blurb mentions zombies outright. See, the thing is that when I started…Read more »
  • The Genre Blend: Not-Steampunk
    08/12/2014 — Anyone who knows me reasonably well knows that I have a thing for airships. I don’t know if I can explain it — it’s just one of those weird obsessions that lodges somewhere in the mind and never shakes loose.…Read more »
  • The Genre Blend: Post-Apocalyptic
    08/07/2014 —   I was happy to see that Library Journal mentioned Falling Sky in an article about diverse subgenres in Science Fiction. It’s mentioned under the “zombie” section, despite the fact that there are no actual zombies in the book. Nevertheless,…Read more »