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12/03/2005 Entry: "News from the December 2005 Locus"

The December 2005 Locus features interviews with writers Robin Hobb and Paul McAuley, Listings of Forthcoming Books in the US and UK through September 2006, and news stories about the the World Fantasy Awards, the folding of Sci Fiction, and Baen's new online magazine.

News which caught our eye:
*Gene Wolfe sold SOLDIER OF SIDON, third in his series begun with SOLDIER IN THE MIST and SOLDIER OF ARETE, to Tor. [Ayiiieee! I think I've had this listed on the features page under "sequels we've been waiting for" forever! (Preeti)]
*Lois McMaster Bujold sold fantasy THE SHARING KNIFE, to be published in two volumes, to HarperCollins. More info in a previous post.
*Catherine Asaro sold the first three novels in her "Topaz Cycle" romantic fantasy series to Luna Books.
*Kim Harrison sold three novels to, and will edit a supernatural/paranormal anthology for, Eos. She also delivered A FISTFUL OF CHARMS to Eos.
*Rosemary Clement Moore sold first novel PROM DATES FROM HELL and a sequel to Delacorte.

Replies: 4 Comments

Oh my God! That's ME! I've been reading this site for years, and look: My name! And I'm mentioned in Locus. Must run and go look. (This is still new and very very exciting!)

And while I'm de-lurking, I will say how much I love this site.

Posted by Rosemary Clement Moore @ 12/03/2005 09:38 AM ET

Congratulations, Rosemary! Rebekah, does this make you feel a bit like Santa? :-D

Posted by Preeti @ 12/03/2005 02:23 PM ET

Only if Santa is normally green with envy. ;)

Posted by Rebekah @ 12/04/2005 01:05 PM ET

Sorry about the big dorky gush. *blush* And thanks!

Posted by Rosemary @ 12/05/2005 09:55 PM ET

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