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Triangulation: Dark Glass

The anthology Triangulation: Dark Glass, which made its debut at Confluence last weekend, is now available for sale via in both trade paper and digital formats. In it, along with a lot of other really good fiction, you'll find my short story "More Things in Heaven and Earth".

This is Pete Butler's third and last time in the big editor's chair for the anthology series.

Vincent Chong's cover art rocks, by the way.

ISBN: 978-0-578-03103-3
Publisher: PARSEC Ink

Back on a Tangent Soon

After a long quiescence and a near-fatal loss of a Web host, Tangent Online is set to return soon. While The Fix has done a fine job of helping to pick up the slack in the area of short fiction SF reviews, TO has a fourteen-year history in the game and there's plenty of room for more.

It would have been a shame to lose TO. Apparently, I'm not the only one who thought so. When Dave Truesdale put out the call, looking for a hosting angel, I know at least two people stepped up. I know that because one of them was me. By the time I asked for details, though, Dave told me someone had already stepped up to the plate. It's getting converted to a new CMS, getting a facelift, and preparing to re-emerge.

If you write SF short fiction reviews, get in touch with Dave Truesdale. He'll be making a formal call for reviewers before too long, but it doesn't hurt to get a jump on things.

The December issue of Jim Baen's Universe is live. In case you've forgotten, that's the one with my short story "Johnny Plays 'Round Saturn's Rings" in it. To read it, you'll either have to subscribe or pay $6.00 for the single issue. Either way, it's money well spent, 'cuz little old me is in there with the likes of Ben Bova, Bud Sparhawk, Julie Czerneda, and Greg Benford.

Satirica in the News

Okay, it's not the New York Times, but Bill Housley is getting some press for his story in the Satirica anthology. He's gotten a mention in the Unita Country Herald and some love from a local radio station. It's a good thing, because his story, "Another Man's Terrorist" is a really good story.

Lawrence Dagstine blogs about it here.

Teh Satirica anthology is available everywhere online, or you can find it in your local bookstore. If the bookstore doesn't stock it, make them order it. It serves them right for not stocking it in the first place.