news and snow

December 4, 2013

SNOW!  Current count on the ongoing snowstorm:  3″, which is moderately less than predicted, but it’s not over yet.  I have the great good fortune of getting to stay home, and I’m hoping to get enough work done this morning that I can take a break this afternoon, maybe pop some popcorn, mull some cider, and sit with the Georgette Heyer book I’m reading. (I’m reading Georgette Heyer right now.  Because once you’ve read all of Jane Austen you’ve got to do something.  Also, I maybe be planning a Regency story.  Maybe.)

Yesterday was the release day for DANGEROUS WOMEN, the giant cross genre anthology edited by George R.R. Martin and Gardner Dozois.  There’s an audiobook version as well, that I kind of can’t wait to get my hands on, because Stana Katic reads a couple of the stories. (Not mine, alas, but that’s okay, because my story is read by Inna Korobkina, a Russian actress for my story about Russian pilots.  Yay!)

Monday at 7 pm is the big launch party for the anthology at the Jean Cocteau Cinema in Santa Fe, NM.  The editors and many of the authors — including me! — will be there for a panel discussion and readings and other good stuff!

And One More Thing!  On December 17 at 6:30, I’ll be doing an online Q&A about short story writing through the Delve online workshops and the Pikes Peak Writers.  This is free and open to all, but you must RSVP at this link, because numbers will be limited.

And with that:  Snow, snow, snow, snow….


One Response to “news and snow”

  1. Mardra Says:

    I’m super excited for the short story class. Woop Woop!

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