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Posts Tagged 'Mathralon'

  1. For Your Consideration: “MultiReal” and “Mathralon” for the 2008 Hugo Awards  • 
    I have two items eligible for the 2008 Hugo Awards: my novel "MultiReal" and my short story "Mathralon."
  2. “Solaris Book of New SF” Reviewed on SF Signal  • 
    SF Signal today has posted a review of George Mann's anthology "The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume Two," which you'll recall contains my story "Mathralon," which you'll recall is available online.
  3. Wikipedia Page and Guardian Review  • 
    Two nice pieces of recognition to go along with my Campbell nomination… From the old media side of things, the renowned U.K. newspaper The Guardian reviewed The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume 2, and gave a nice little shout out to my story “Mathralon.” It’s a capsule review, but I’m told it was […]
  4. An Introduction to "Mathralon"  • 
    This past week, I had the privilege of reading my short story “Mathralon” at the U.S. Library of Congress, as part of the “What If… Science Fiction & Fantasy Forum” run by the fabulous Colleen Cahill. Alas, my plans to videotape the event and stick it up on YouTube fell through, but those who are […]
  5. This Thursday: My Reading at the Library of Congress  • 
    My first science fiction short story has just been published, and if you’re in the Washington, DC area, you can see me read it at the Library of Congress this Thursday. The story is called “Mathralon,” and it’s available as part of The Solaris Book of New Science Fiction, Volume Two, edited by the incomparable […]