Short post this to say that Triggernometry – my weird-west novella about gunslinging mathematicians – is probably eligible for some awards, somewhere. It’s so far been featured on Tor.com and The Washington Post’s “best SFF of 2020”. You can currently get it from Amazon or download the epub for free (or pay what you want) on Gumroad, if you’d like to check it out.
It’s a novella, 20k words, and was published in ebook form in April of this year of pestilence (2020). Rattleback Books, if you need a publisher name.
Other than that, I’ve been doing a lot of games writing, but those aren’t being published until next year and the year after. Some of my short interactive fiction might also be eligible for nomination for games writing, check out:
The Gallowtown Incident (Ink – July 2020)
A Case of Trouble (Ink – Aug 2020)
In terms of non-fiction, apart from my reviews and round-up posts, I wrote about Women and the Western: In Front of and Behind the Camera for Screen Queens (May 2020).
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