Category Archives: Writing

Newest Story Available Soon

Well, the Grantville Gazette team has started building Volume 76, the next issue of the e-magazine.  My novelette Requiem for the Future will be the lead story in the issue, from what I understand.  It's a Franz and Marla story, for those of you who are among their fans, and it tackles a theme not often […]

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And the latest work is on its way…

I finished the expansion for Letters From Gronow a couple of nights ago, and sent it off to the publisher, Eric Flint's Ring of Fire Press.  The new material almost doubles the length of the story over what was published in The Grantville Gazette, so those of you who liked that will need to be on […]

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A Writer’s Life Is Never Dull

There haven't been any writing reports for several days, because there has been very little writing going on. Tuesday night the galley proofs for the mass market paperback edition of The Span of Empire arrived from Baen Books, the publisher, and they need the corrections back by first thing Monday morning. So I've been rereading […]

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Grantville Gazette 76 forthcoming

The editors of The Grantville Gazette will begin building the next issue, Volume 76, before too long.  I've been told I have two stories in this one:  a 1632 novelette starring Marla Linder and Franz Sylwester entitled Requiem for the Future, and a non-1632 fantasy story that will be featured in the Universe Annex section entitled Pendragon. These […]

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Another Hat Trick!

  Grantville Gazette issue 75 is being assembled now, with a publication target date of 1/1/2018. And for the second time in less than a year, I'm going to have a hat trick in it: a story titled "Lex Talionis" (actually a novelette), the conclusion of a long serialized novel "Letters From Gronow Part 6", […]

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And Grantville Gazette 74 is up!

Grantville Gazette 74 is now available at the following links: https://grantvillegazette.com/wp/ http://www.baen.com/grantville-gazette-volume-74.html I have two works in this issue:  the short story Quelles Misérables, and the fifth installment of the serialized short novel Letters from Gronow. Enjoy! D

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Another Sale!

Sold a story to Grantville Gazette last night, a novella titled "Requiem for the Future". 12,000 words +. This one comes with a definite tissue warning. Tentatively scheduled for GG issue 76, I'm told. "Lex Talionis", the long story I sold them about six weeks ago, will probably go up in issue 75. Got to […]

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Grantville Gazette Issue 73 Is Up!

I should have mentioned this several days ago.  GG 73 is available at all the usual outlets.  Alas, this time I only have a serial installment in it - Letters From Gronow Episode Four. I'll have two works in Issue 74 in November – Episode Five of LFG, and a short little fun thing entitled Quelles Misérables. D

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Made Another Sale!

Grantville Gazette bought my story Lex Talionis last night.  It's another Franz and Marla story, and it comes right after 1636: The Devil's Opera in their timeline.  Not short.  (Heh.  I wrote it.  Of course it's not short.)  It came in at a bit over 11,000 words. I need to issue a tissue warning with this one.  :-) […]

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What’s Happening Soon

Well, after pulling a hat trick in Grantville Gazette Issue 72 a couple of months ago with a story, a serial episode, and an article, I'll only have a serial episode in Issue 73 (albeit 7000 + words). It's almost anticlimactic. But I'll have more stories and articles in future episodes.   D

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