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Tomorrow: Speculative Fiction Panel at the UW Bookstore

Tomorrow is Independent Bookstore Day, and to help celebrate, I’ll be appearing on a Speculative Fiction Panel at the University Book Store, along with authors Greg Bear, Robin Hobb, and Elliott Kay. The panel starts at 6:30 PM; feel free … Continue reading

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Reading in Salem, Oregon this Friday evening

I’ll be reading and signing books at The Book Bin in downtown Salem, Oregon this Friday, starting at 7 PM. I’m told the bookstore also has a cat that shares a birthday with H.P. Lovecraft, so really, how could you … Continue reading

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Lovecraft Country, now on YouTube

As promised, here’s the video of last Friday’s reading and Q&A at the University Book Store. My next two live appearances will be this Saturday, March 12, at A Book for All Seasons in Leavenworth, WA (signing books, 11 AM-1 … Continue reading

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Iron Man 3

Lisa and I saw Iron Man 3 over the holiday weekend. Some quick (and mildly spoilery) thoughts: * It was a lot of fun—much better than Iron Man 2—and a good end to the series, assuming, as both he and … Continue reading

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German edition of The Mirage coming März 2014

A heads-up for my German fans who’ve been emailing to ask if and when The Mirage would be available in translation: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag has officially set publication for March 2014. The novel will be available in both hardcover and … Continue reading

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Want

They’re a rare golden variation of the Southern Hairy-Nosed Wombat, and yes, they’re real. (via @paleofuture)

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The Mirage ebook just $1.99 this month

Breaking radio silence for a quick heads-up: The Mirage ebook is on sale for $1.99 this month at Amazon (where it’s part of their “100 Kindle Books for $3.99 or less” promotion), the iTunes store, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo. … Continue reading

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One week left to apply for your National Endowment for the Arts grant

The deadline to apply for a 2014 NEA Literature Fellowship is next Thursday, February 28. Fellowship applications must be filed electronically, which means if you wait till the last minute and the NEA’s computers happen to go down you’ll be … Continue reading

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Appearing this Wednesday night at the University Book Store

I’ll be reading and signing at the U.W. University Book Store this Wednesday, February 20, at 7 PM. Then at 7 PM on Thursday, February 28, I’ll be at the Elliott Bay Book Company. If you can’t make either event … Continue reading

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The Mirage makes Locus magazine’s 2012 recommended reading list

Locus magazine’s February 2013 issue, on newsstands now, includes their 2012 recommended reading list, and The Mirage is on it. Quoth senior editor Tim Pratt: “[The Mirage] is more than a clever inversion of the War on Terror… in my … Continue reading

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