In other recent news, Dave's November 2010 novel Pock's World is now available in various e-book formats as a joint venture of Edge Publishing and E-Reads.
Meanwhile, Matthew Hughes' Luff Imbry novel The Other has made the December Locus's list of "New and Notable", and is one of seven nominees for the 2011 Philip K. Dick Award.
The critic and Jack Vance aficionado, Russell Letson, has given Matt's The Other a long and positive review in Locus Magazine, and put it on his recommended reading list. He says the novel ". . . is as convincingly and pleasingly Vancean as Hughes's earlier Archonate stories -- together they constitute an homage that manages to maintain its own particular flavor and sensibility."
"The Yellow Cabochon," the second of Matt Hughes' three Luff Imbry novellas (the first was "Quartet and Triptych") is now available for preorder from PS Publishing. You can read the first 5,000 words on Matt's web page at http://www.archonate.com
Casey Wolf reads her story "Claude and the Henry Moores" at Beam Me Up! And you can read Casey's story "Invicta", wherein a love of books carries a woman through all the difficult days of her life, in the November-December issue of The Link. Casey says, "Invicta" was inspired by my mother's tales of her thirst for books at a young age and her first visit to a library when she was in her early twenties. She vowed to read every book on the shelves and made a very good go of. it."