Monthly Archives: September 2016

Enter The Slush

The anthology Kickstarter met its minimum funding goal, so Laura Anne Gilman and I will be posting submission guidelines and putting on our slush-reading hats soon. If the project hits $25,000 by early morning Friday–and I know that’s a long … Continue reading

Posted in anthologies, short stories

Poor Jack Puppikins

So… Banjo and Jack were tussling in the yard last night and suddenly there was a long yelp of pain followed by several more. We ran out to see what was up and found Jack limping and looking very upset. … Continue reading

Posted in dog, Jack

Upcoming Stuff!

Yesterday I went to consult with Vlad Verano at Third Place Press in Lake Forest Park, WA about the limited edition chapbook for my upcoming guest appearance at Bellingham ComiCon on October 22. Here is the proof for the front … Continue reading

Posted in anthologies, blatant self-promotion, cheap, Conventions and signings, kickstarter, short stories, workshop/teaching

Upcoming Con News!

In addition to the November 5 Mystery workshop (see below) I’ll be the Guest of Honor at Bellingham Comic Con on October 22 and I’m bringing exclusive swag!  

Posted in Conventions and signings

Mystery Workshop in November–Register now!

It’s official! Brian Thornton and I will be at Cascade Writers November 5, talking and teaching about Writing Mysteries. Register soon for this all-day workshop!

Posted in Uncategorized, workshop/teaching

More Kickstarter news

Oh my! The Kickstarter for The Death of All Things and 2 other new anthologies from Zombies Need Brains is over 50% percent funded. And there’s still 27 days to go. Spread the word and let’s hit those stretch goals! … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized

Chapbookery (Using Cheap Impostor)

I decided to create a small chapbook of a short Greywalker story that I did back in 2007, so I’d have something to take to Bellingham Comic Con. So, I’m relearning how to impose and mock up a small booklet. … Continue reading

Posted in book business, diy, print-and-bindery, short stories, Uncategorized | 3 Comments