Grab your chance! I am the Featured Author on Sniplits this week, which means that my story Dumb son is available free of charge on their website. Download it now, and take advantage of your only opportunity ever to get this story for free. Added advantage: it’s the audio version, so you can upload it…

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When I promised myself years ago that a book with my name on it would be published before I turned forty, I didn’t expect it to be a book by someone else*. Or in this case, ten someonelses. Nevertheless, I’m very proud that the Millennium anthology was officially launched last Saturday at the Elf Fantasy…

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Another book presentation, another free copy to win! With 5 days to go before the launch of the Paul Harland Prize anthology, I can finally go ahead and reveal both the title and the cover art. (Due to unforeseen circumstances, my hand is kinda forced here: last Sunday evening a review* of the anthology appeared…

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AnthologyBuilder mastermind and editor Nancy Fulda informed me last night that Dumb Son was accepted for inclusion in the AnthologyBuilder database. Which means that as of last night, the complete collection of all my published stories is available for compilation into a collection. Details are on the Publications page on my site…

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The Paul Harland Prize anthology I announced earlier will be launched at the Elf Fantasy Fair 2010, and its title and cover art unveiled. Details are as follows: Location: Elf Fantasy Fair 2010 De Haar Castle and estate Meet In lecture tent   Programme: 16:00 – Presentation and unveiling 16:25 – Mass signing at the…

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Somehow I forgot to post about the manuscript I turned in to Mynx four weeks ago of the Paul Harland Prize anthology I edited for them. It will appear in two months, at the Elf Fantasy Fair 2010, and I’m fairly proud of the result. (Publisher Jürgen sent me a sneak preview of the cover artwork…

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For the price of two empty liter bottles of Coke, my story Dumb Son (TSFKATT, or the story formerly known as Toby’s Trophies) is available for podcast download from Sniplits. Listen to the tale of sweet, mentally challenged Toby, his fascination with pretty coke bottles and human bones, his taste for the dumpling things you…

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Accepted by PseudoPod four months before their sister podcast EscapePod accepted Beans and marbles, my suspense story Deep Red was finally produced by PseudoPod and uploaded to their site last Friday. (Oddly enough, they didn’t think to actually let me know it had gone up; I discovered the fact through a (very infrequent, of course)…

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Beating PseudoPod by lightyears (they’ve been sitting on Deep Red for four months now), EscapePod has gone from acceptance of Beans and marbles to audio production in under a week. You can get the podcast from their site (or directly from my own site, but let’s face it, they deserve the traffic). Enjoy the listen!…

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After its first appearance in Leading Edge Magazine, my latest story Diamond Sharks is now available from AnthologyBuilder as well. This means that AnthologyBuilder has a complete collection of every story I’ve ever sold: Deep red, Conversation with a mechanical horse, Beans and marbles, Meeting the Sculptor, and Diamond sharks. A complete collection of my…

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