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HORROR FOR THE THRONE

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Ian Randal Strock’s Fantastic Books has contracted with James D. Macdonald, Judith K. Dial, and Tom Easton for an anthology of 40 short horror stories to be called HORROR FOR THE THRONE ONE-SITTING READS We will open … Continue reading

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As Seen on TV Tropes

Y’all know TV Tropes, right?  You know to pack a sandwich and carry a canteen when you go there. Well, I’m pleased to announce that two of our books have their own pages at TV Tropes.  Not only that, but … Continue reading

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First on the Moon!

    First on the Moon! by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald Beatrice lay back on her bed and looked at the starscape painted on her bedroom ceiling. Two days into the latest educational hiatus and already she and Regina … Continue reading

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As Long as We’re Doing Shameless Self-Promotion:

Altered States of the Union (Glenn Hauman, ed.) is available from all the usual places. Buy it, read it, love it (or don’t).  But whatever you do, review it.

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Altered States Once More

The anthology Altered States of the Union has been released.   Read our short story, “Gertrude of Wyoming” in its pages. Buy one!  Better still, buy a dozen.  They make excellent gifts! If you don’t want to go the paper route, … Continue reading

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Silly Pebble Story

A friend of mine is taking a class called “Critical Thinking” at a local community college. Good for him! He had an assignment, and asked me to look it over to make sure he’d formatted it correctly. (Not too used … Continue reading

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Yes, We Write Short Fiction Too

La Belle Winery in Amherst, NH, is hosting a Short Story Slam this Sunday, 02 November 2014, from 4:00 – 6:30 pm (1600 to 1830; eight bells of the noon watch ’til five bells of the second dog). Doyle and … Continue reading

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Shameless Self-promotion

“The Devil in the Details,” the latest installment in the Peter Crossman series about a modern-day Knight Templar, is up at Tor.com. Free! Completists will want to get our previous Crossman short stories in the form of a chapbook, The … Continue reading

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Free Story

Way back when (in 1999, if you must know) we wrote a short story, “Remailer,” for Constance Ash’s anthology Not Of Woman Born, a book whose cover blurb read, “Tales of high-tech reproduction from the most inventive names in science … Continue reading

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