The ebook edition of my novel TÁIN is as of today available once more from Book View Café.
I’ll let author Michael Swanwick sum up the novel: “An extraordinary journey to the living heart of Myth—violent and visionary, elegiac and horrific, dreamlike, beautiful, and shocking by turns.”
With today being the official start of the 44th International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, it seemed like a good day for the full-on cover reveal for RHYMER (art by Eric L. Williams), which is now available as an eARC (and also the first half is available as part of a story bundle) from Baen Books. I’ll be reading from the novel on Friday morning. Cheers.
This past week I had the true pleasure of immersing in Rodion Shchedrin’s re-imagining of Bizet’s “Carmen” as executed to perfection by the Philadelphia Orchestra and danced by Brian Sanders’ JUNK. Potent, sexual, and sublime. No single image can do justice to the language of this production, so here are two. Imagine ballet, Fosse, pole dancing, and gymnastics “horses” in a sexually charged production. (Thank you to Cynthia & Michael DeStefano!)