Vector Futures issue: guest editorial is now online
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Pre-order Extracting Humanity
My new collection – Extracting Humanity and Other Stories – can now be pre-ordered from Orchid’s Lantern Press.
The publication date is 27 July and a cover will be revealed soon, along with the launch event details.
The best way to be kept up-to-date with its progress, events etc. is to subscribe to Pith (my sort of mailing list).
No, I’m not saying that Easter is a con; you really do have to stop reading everything as if it’s clickbait 😉
But seriously, I’ll be at the annual British science fiction convention over Easter and am really looking forward to giving a talk, being on panels and reading from my forthcoming collection –Extracting Humanity.
It’ll be good to catch up with a few people too and to sit and absorb all the wisdom (and humour) which is the fuel that these events run on (as well as lots of fantastic volunteers, of course).
If you’re going to be there and want to see what I’m up to then it’s listed on my events page – come and say hello. Equally, if you’re not going to be there and want to see what you’re missing then that too is on my events page.