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The Neverland's Library Anthology is now on sale! With an introduction by Tad Williams and stories by Mark Lawrence, Marie Brennan, Jeff Salyards, Miles Cameron, Joseph R. Lallo, Mercedes M. Yardley, William Meikle, J.M. Martin, Teresa Frohock, and many more, the Neverland's Library Anthology is a collection of original works will take readers back to that moment when they first fell in love with the genre.

Miserere is now available at Audible.

My short story "Naked the Night Sings" is only one of the many fine stories in the urban fantasy anthology Manifesto: UF, edited by Tim Marquitz and Tyson Mauermann, Angelic Knight Press, 2013.

Free!

 

Death comes for us all.

Keep her as your friend.

 Read "La Santisima"

Novels

"Filled with show me now and tell me later prose, [Miserere] was one of the finest debuts of 2011 and remains a novel that I remember details from nearly three years later." Justin Landon, Tor.com

Download an excerpt of Miserere here

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Friday
Mar232012

SF Signal, John Anealio's blog, and SFFWRTCHT

It's been a busy week, and though I wanted to get this post up last night, the day just slipped away from me.

Earlier this week, SF Signal hosted a Mind Meld on The Value of SFF Awards. Jo Walton, Jaym Gates, Heather Massey, Alisa Krasnostein, C.S.E. Cooney, Sissy Pantelis, Laura Anne Gilman, Madeline Ashby, Lynne Thomas, and Cheryl Morgan all turned out some very interesting perspectives on awards and their value. Oh, and I threw my two cents into the bucket too.

I visited John Anealio's blog and talked about my five favorite musical artists on Sci-Fi Songs. That one was a lot of fun to write and I thank John for asking me to visit his blog.

Earlier in the year, Bryan Thomas Schmidt asked me if I would fill in for an author who had to cancel on SFFWRTCHT (we originally had scheduled me to pop in on SFFWRTCHT this month), and I did. Bryan took all those tweets, sifted through them, and put together a lovely interview. I talk more about some of the worldbuilding in Miserere there too.

I hope you'll take a minute and check out all of these great blogs. Say hi and tell them that Teresa sent you.