January 4th, 2009


"He's a very popular editor. This is an anthology by his friends."

This has got to be the funniest Amazon list Jack Haringa Must Die! will ever appear on. Tucked between Shakespeare: The World As Stage and Bryson's Dictionary of Troublesome Words, our little fundraising anthology for the Shirley Jackson Awards finds itself #2 on a list called "The English Language," an educational compilation for aspiring writers that's otherwise almost entirely comprised of books on grammar and vocabulary.

Oh, and the subject line above comes from the list author's own description of Jack Haringa Must Die! Too funny!

Gabriel Hunt Lives!

Exciting news! You can see the covers for the first six Gabriel Hunt novels, launching in May, at the series website. They're all of teeny-tiny size right now, but I think their awesomeness shines through anyway. Old-fashioned pulpy goodness! I must say, seeing all the covers makes me eager to read them all.

See that one in the lower left-hand corner called Hunt at World's End? That's the one I wrote. I hope to have a larger version of the cover to show you soon.

Happy Hunting!