The Year’s Best Science Fiction Twenty-Fourth Annual Collection, edited by Gardner Dozois (who is, I’m told, recovering nicely from a quintuple bypass), has its official release today and has already been reviewed at sfrevu.com. I haven’t seen a copy yet. This anthology is my first Dozois Year’s Best appearance, with “I Hold My Father’s Paws”. Coincidentally, that same story was just this weekend podcast at Beam Me Up from WRFR radio in Rockland, Maine. The reading, by Ron Huber, begins about halfway into the show. Hope you like it!
Illustrator Rachel Stoleru posted a cute picture inspired by “Titanium Mike”; “Tk’Tk’Tk” was translated into Hebrew in the webzine Bli-Panika; “Titanium Mike” is also being translated into Hebrew, in the print magazine The Tenth Dimension; and “Tk’Tk’Tk” will be translated into Romanian, in the fan-produced (but very slick-looking!) magazine Helion.
There’s an interview with me on the Sci-Phi Show podcast (http://thesciphishow.com/). You can find it at http://www.archive.org/download/tspsoc29/tspsoc29.mp3. It sounds really good!
An excerpt from “Primates” has been posted at the Asimov’s web site.
Four of my stories received Honorable Mentions in Gardner Dozois’ Year’s Best Science Fiction: “A Book is a Journey,” “Circle of Compassion,” “The Ecology of Faerie,” and “Tk’Tk’Tk.”