Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Seton Hill Writers on the Web

#1: Steven Piziks/Steven Harper (read Steven's PICK SIX here) guest blogs today at Anne Harris' Friskbiskit. (Read Anne's PICK SIX here.)

#2: Renae Johnson's story "Heavenly Bodies" was chosen for the Loose Id's March Madness Sweet Sixteen. Voting beings some time today.

#3: Penny Dawn (read Penny's PATH TO PUBLICATION here) is guest blogging at Amber Quill Press.

#4: Maria V. Snyder (read Maria's PATH TO PUBLICATION here) shares her recent listing on the New Times Bestseller List with K.J. Howe (read K. J.'s PICK SIX here) at Romance Bandits.

#5: Shelley Adina has a new site for her Spencer Academy series.

#6: Seton Hill alum Laurie Alice Eakes is making a guest appearance and having a book giveaway at Mary Lu Tyndall's blog The Cross and Cutlass.

#7: Tobias S. Buckell (read Toby's PICK SIX here) and Maria V. Snyder are part of 23 published writers blogging about the dreaded synopsis.

Here are links to the other 21 blogs:
Patricia Bray
Chaz Brenchley
Mike Brotherton
S.C. Butler
Barbara Campbell
David B. Coe
Jennifer Dunne
S.L. Farrell
Diana Francis
Gregory Frost
Felix Gilman
Jim C. Hines (Read Jim's PATH TO PUBLICATION here.)
Jackie Kessler
Mindy Klasky
Misty Masse
C.E. Murphy
Naomi Novik
Joshua Palmatier (Read Joshua's PICK SIX.)
Jennifer Stevenson
Michelle West
Sean Williams (Read Sean's PICK SIX.)

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Friday, March 14, 2008

More Seton Hill Writers Updates

#1: Fire Study, the third novel by Maria V. Snyder made the New York Times Best Sellers List for trade paperbacks.

#2: James Morrow's latest novel is out. He is currently touring with The Philosopher's Apprentice.

#3: Toby Buckell's second novel Ragamuffin is in the Fantasybookspot March Madness Tournament. Voting ends March 15 for Round 2.

#4: Monica Spence has a new website at

#5: Kimberley A. Opatka-Metzgar has a new project called Emma's Wetlands Adventures.

#6: Nalo Hoplinson's story "Soul Case" made it into Year's Best Fantasy 8 edited by Kathryn Cramer and David G. Hartwell.

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Saturday, March 08, 2008

Seton Hill Writers Updates

#1: K. Ceres Wright's poem Doomed was nominated for the 2008 Science Fiction Poetry Association's Rhysling Award. Ceres also did a voiceover for the SF animated short Star Freighter: Dangerous Cargo.

#2: Timons Esaias is the special guest this Monday in the PennWriters Presents series.

#3: Glenn Garrabrant is modeling clothes for Five Tone Rock 'n Roll Boutique.

#4: Landry Gaines has a new website.

#5: Registration is now open for the 7th Annual In Your Write Mind Writing Popular Fiction Retreat. The conference is open to the public. Guests of honor this June are Ginjer Buchanan, Editor-in-Chief at Penguin Group, and best-selling author J. A. Konrath. Hope to see some of you there this summer!

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Monday, March 03, 2008

Even More Seton Hill Writers News

#1: Katherine Ivy was interviewed at Cerridwen Press about her first novel Dishonorable Intentions. You can find her on LJ at kat_ivy.

#2: Penny Dawn has an interview at Novel Sisterhood about her latest book The Long Run. You can also find Penny at Shelfari.

#3: The Philip Jose Farmer collection Venus on the Half-Shell and Others, edited by Christopher Paul Carey is listed as a New and Notable Book in Locus Magazine.

#4: Tobias Buckell has an essay up at The Angry Black Woman.

#5: Maria V. Snyder guest blogged at The Story Siren about her newest novel Fire Study.

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