Have I really not posted since GenCon?

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I know, it’s been a while. Work has been a bit crazy. That’s an understatement. It’s been some of the most demanding work in my professional career. Not bad work, not bad people to work with, either, but it’s taken a *lot* of my time. Any extra time has gone to family and writing, so I haven’t had extra cycles to drop by here. I hope, hope, hope that this is going to change soon.

But I do have news… I had a story, "Sweet as Honey", that sold to IGMS a while back. I got the galleys for that and sent them back. I’m excited to get that story out to the world. It was written at Clarion in 2006, and it’s gone through several major iterations, but it’s a story I’ve always believed in, so it’s going to be nice to see it out. It should be up in November.

Similar story for "In Memory Of," which sold to the Spells & Chrome anthology from Catalyst Game Labs. That is hopefully going to be out early in 2010. No firm date yet, so I’ll update as I know more.

I did sell one more story, but I’ll hold off on that news because I don’t actually have the contract in hand.

I’m headed to World Fantasy this year in San Jose. My wife, Joanne, is coming with me for the early part of the trip. We’re going to go to Big Sur, to Muir Woods, San Francisco, and then JoJo’s heading back home while I continue on to World Fantasy. I’m not planning on much besides relaxing and networking a bit. I hope to shop around Winds, which I’m just finishing up now. If anyone else is going, I hope to see you there!

2 Comments

  1. Mary Robinette Kowal

    October 13, 2009 at 11:46 pm

    Yay! I’m looking forward to seeing you both.

    • Brad

      October 15, 2009 at 9:53 pm

      Looking forward to seeing you there, too! Coffee? I don’t know if you’ll see Joanne. She’s leaving Thursday while I stick around for the con itself.