Mary Robinette Kowal posted an interesting article: "This post! I'm promoting it, even though I've been told it's tacky to self-promote." She makes a very good argument that if you don't tell people what you've done this year, they won't just know.
Even though I doubt I'm in the running for anything this award season*, she's right. I should put up a summary. And thanks to her excellent post, if it's tacky, I get to be tacky along with a very classy woman.
So! Here's my 2014:
Drift, from Tu Books. Kirkus Review said: "Original worldbuilding and cosmology spice up a save-the-world romantic adventure....Readers will find watching Hutchins’ unusual magical rules bring about
startling consequences for family and political structure utterly
"Golden Chaos," Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, Issue # 40. Available here.
"A Dragon's Doula," Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, Issue #42. Available here.
"Waterlilies," Daily Science Fiction. April 21, 2014. Available for free online here.
"Wishing Hard Enough," Leading Edge Magazine, Issue #65. February 2014.
*For readers who aren't aware, nominations for the Nebulas and Hugos are both coming up soon, making this "award season" for the SF/F genres.
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