year in review 2013

January 3, 2014

It’s that time of year again!  I had a lot of stuff out in 2013. Good stuff!  Pretty cool!  Here’s the summary:


Kitty Rocks the House

Kitty in the Underworld


“Raisa Stepanova,” in Dangerous Women, ed. by Gardner Dozois and George R.R. Martin (this story is straight-up historical and not eligible for genre awards)

“Harry and Marlowe Escape the Mechanical Siege of Paris,” on Lightspeed

“Game of Chance,” in Unfettered, ed. by Shawn Speakman, reprinted on Lightspeed

“The Art of Homecoming,” in Asimov’s Science Fiction

Short Stories

“The Best We Can,”, (already picked up for a couple of year’s best SF anthologies)

“Fishwife,” on Nightmare (picked up for a year’s best horror antho)

“Harry and Marlowe Meet the Founder of the Aetherian Revolution,” in The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination, ed. by John Joseph Adams

“Unternehmen Werwolf,” in Halloween: Magic, Mystery, and the Macabre, ed. by Paula Guran

Four short stories, four novelettes, two novels — very respectable!  This year was a short fiction avalanche — for some reason everything got scheduled in 2013.  But I do have some neat stories coming up — starting with Dreams of the Golden Age, due out on Tuesday!


3 Responses to “year in review 2013”

  1. Jo Anne Says:

    To everyone who is eligible to nominate for the Hugo: please see Carrie’s list above and nominate!

    Thank you!

    Proud Mom

  2. WanabePBWriter Says:

    Have read or heard you read everything except ” The Art of Homecoming” Thats what I get for letting the Asimov’s expire.

  3. […] big genre awards!  Everyone’s posting about all kinds of stuff from last year!  I posted my own 2013 bibliography a week or so ago.  But now I’m going to talk about other stuff that I’m likely to […]

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