Love comes again for Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R Delany, this time from the good people at Blacknerdproblems.com .
A truly great collection of stories and essays in honour of an SF legend.
I’m truly honoured that my story got a recommendation:
“I recommend “Song for the Asking” by Carmelo Rafala, a story about a man who’s converted to his oppressor’s religion, only to spend his life trying to prove he’s a true believer. There’s the very real sense that, fail or succeed, he’ll never be fully embraced by the faith he tries to embody and serve.”
Now that sets the new year off on a pretty awesome tone.
Read the full review HERE.
It’s been a while since I posted. It’s been a great year in terms of reviews and meeting and getting to know some really great people, such as Bill Campbell, Geoff Ryman, Tade Thompson, Nick Wood, Zen Cho, Nisi Shawl, and many others. I also now co-edit Shattered Prism magazine with Amir Naaman. Great stories by Lavie Tidhar and others. Read it. Support it. Share it.
Also had the pleasure of being in two great anthologies: Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R Delany, and The World and the Stars, edited by Chris Butler and published by Deborah Jay.
I will face the new year with determination to complete more short fiction, and finish a novella (under the watchful gaze of the awesome Nisi).
See you again soon.
I can now announce that I have sold a story to a major publication, and anthology called, Stories For Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R Delany. The book is edited by award-winner Nisi Shawl and Bill Campbell. It will feature fiction and essays from such major writers as Kim Stanley Robinson, Geoff Ryman, Nalo Hopkinson, Michael Swanwick and others. (From Rosarium Publishing). My story is called, “Song for the Asking“. The book will be available in July. Excitement!!
Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R Delany