Man, looks like I’m just embedding tweets here all day—I did just wrap an extensive novel rewrite about five minutes ago—but, here’s another one, a good one, an important one:
Dear person who decided to upload an e-ARC of THE GIRL IN THE GREEN SILK GOWN to an illegal download site more than a week pre-publication:
I am so sorry you disliked my book as much as you obviously did.
— Seanan McGuire (@seananmcguire) July 10, 2018
Oh, and while I DID once somehow embe…
A story of mine that ran on Gamut a while back. It’s in here now:
Change forces us into the light or the dark. Dusk is in between. It defends the light from the dark. Where things go well. Or where they go very, very bad… SUSPENDED IN DUSK II, edited by @herodfel, with @SGJ72 https://t.co/nzM5YYqnNG #horror #anthology #newrelease pic.twitter.com/rjplVCDpty
— Grey Matter Press 👹 (@GreyMatterPress) July 10, 2018
It’s of a world without Harlan Ellison, yes. It’s all different because of him. And, no, I never met the guy, or, I only knew him on the page, but, too, I kind feel that that’s where you can know someone the best.
Anyway, here’s my favorite two Ellison write-ups, one from before yesterday, one from the day-of, I think, neither pulling any punches, but neither did Ellison:
Kind Mongrels words from Kristen Burns:
over at the cool new Automata. Wrote it after reading Donald Barthelme’s old story about the Joker. Also, shhh. Nobody tell DC.