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This week’s mail

Three books I have stories in (Devil got kind of damaged en route, but, I mean: shipwreck, right?).

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The Darkest Part

I was sitting in a hotel room in Santa Fe, there for . . . I think I was doing a Percival Everett thing, along with Gerald Vizenor and I forget who-all. Been a year or two, or five or six. Anyway, Ellen Datlow got hold of me last-minute, said she needed a story yesterday for Nightmare Carnival. So, instead of trying to find a movie theater, which I my usual protocol, I burned up the afternoon writing a story, going pretty much a hundred percent off the cover she showed me:

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Zombie Sharks

Cool S.T Cartledge write-up on Zombie Sharks with Metal Teeth:

Book Review: Zombie Sharks With Metal Teeth by Stephen Graham Jones

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Good Thunder

Was up in Minnesota a few weeks ago, got to talk to some very cool people on the radio:

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Darkscribe

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Lost Highway!

Man, how I do love this movie. Was great, getting to talk about it with Rob King. Really? I could have gone on and on on . . .

Interview: Stephen Graham Jones: A Discussion on Lost Highway and Mapping the Interior

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Cemetery Dance

I ever say that CDance is the mag that published my first horror story? Twelve or so years back, I guess. Cool to see Chad Lutzke there, talking Mapping the Interior:

Review: Mapping the Interior by Stephen Graham Jones

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BlackGirlNerds

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100 Story Collections @Bookriot

Honored to be included. And, especially cool to get to hang with people and books I know. I’ve been on panels with so many of these fine folk—that makes it sound like I’m talking about elves—and . . . I did my doctoral work with one, I guess. Rode elevators and had meals with others. Fictionland, man: it’s not as big as I always think.

And, as for that question at the end of books I might have included (apologies if they’re there and I somehow scrolled past them), which I just had to amend when I remembered this was supposed to be post-2000 (which is to say, had to lose Mark Richard and Lee K Abbot and Terry Bisson):

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Locus Poll

Voting’s open, and soon to close. Cool to be listed with so many good writers—cool for Mapping the Interior, anyway. I’m just the dude who wrote it.

https://locusmag.com/2018-locus-poll-and-survey/

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