Schedule for 2010, or why I was slow to return your call…

I owe you all a lot of posts. There are awards nods to acknowledge, cover sneak peeks to post and such, and I think that my time on holidays is re-energising me to the point where that’s going to happen, and soon.  However, for the moment a brief sketch of my year. I was updating my bibliography page this morning to reflect sopme new information, and thought you might like to see what my projected 2010 is like.  I should probably add that my 2011 and 2012 schedules are going to be much more, um, relaxed.

2010 – Anthologies etc.

  1. The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume 4, Night Shade Books, March 2010, tpb
  2. Special issue of Subterranean Online, Subterranean Press, April 2010
  3. Swords and Dark Magic: The New Sword and Sorcery, (with Lou Anders), HarperCollins Publishers, New York July 2010, tpb; Subterranean Press, July 2010, Ltd ed. hc
  4. Legends of Australian Fantasy, (with Jack Dann), HarperCollins Publishers Australia, Sydney, July 2010, tpb
  5. Wings of Fire, (with Marianne S. Jablon), Night Shade Books, July 2010
  6. Godlike Machines, The Science Fiction Book Club, New York, August 2010, hc
  7. Phantasmagoria and Madness: Tales from the Steampunk Century, (with Bill Shafer), Subterranean Press, 2010
  8. Eclipse Four, Night Shade Books, October 2010

2010 – Author collections edited.

  1. Mirror Kingdoms: The Best of Peter S. Beagle, Subterranean Press, March 2010, hc
  2. The Best of Fritz Leiber, (with Charles N. Brown), Night Shade Books, April 2010, hc
  3. The Green Leopard Plague and Other Stories, Walter Jon Williams, Night Shade Books, April 2010, hc
  4. Hard Luck Diggings: The Early Jack Vance, (with Terry Dowling), Subterranean Press, June 2010, hc
  5. The Best of Kim Stanley Robinson, Kim Stanley Robinson, Night Shade Books, August 2010, hc
  6. The Best of Larry Niven, Subterranean Press, 2010, hc
  7. The Best of Joe Haldeman, Subterranean Press, December 2010, hc

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