Sunday, January 09, 2011

Writing Roundup, 2010

With 2010 behind me, here is the final look at how the year played out:

"Is He in Hell?" in Tales of the Shadowmen Volume 6: Grand Guignol by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier (eds.) (Black Coat Press, January 2010) -- Scarlet Pimpernel tale "No Ghosts Need Apply" in The Phantom Chronicles, Volume 2 by Joe Gentile and Mike Bullock (eds.) (Moonstone Books, May 2010) -- The Phantom in Sherlock Holmes' London and Ireland... with a subtle hint of Edgar Rice Burroughs

Crossovers 1: A Secret Chronology of the World, Black Coat Press, May 2010.

"The Blakeney Family Tree" in
The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions by Michael Croteau (ed.) (Meteor House, June 2010) -- Creative Mythography essay

"Captain Midnight at Ultima Thule" in Captain Midnight Chronicles by Christopher Mills (ed.) (Moonstone Books, June 2010) -- Captain Midnight vs. Sun Koh, "the Inheritor of Atlantis"

Crossovers 2: A Secret Chronology of the World, Black Coat Press, July 2010.

"Fang and Sting" in The Green Hornet Chronicles by Joe Gentile and Win Scott Eckert (eds.) (Moonstone Books, October 2010) -- The Green Hornet and Kato vs...???

"Nadine's Invitation" in Tales of the Shadowmen Volume 7: Femmes Fatales by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier (ed.s) (Black Coat Press, December 2010) -- a "Wold Newton Origins" tale


Five short stories, two encyclopaedia-length reference works, a non-fiction essay, a behind-the-scenes proofing/copyediting assist on an anthology, and co-edits on another anthology featuring a popular character.

Not too shabby.
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