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JV
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 09:43 am:   

Thought I'd just start a new thread for this stuff.

Infinity Plus has just run an interview with me conducted by Tamar Yellin, and a short story that could not previously be acquired by anyone who didn't get the magazine it ran in (which promptly folded) several years ago.

http://www.infinityplus.co.uk/

Jeff
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des
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 10:42 am:   

Great stuff. Look forward to reading them. But what magazine did the story first appear in? I want to know if I've got a collector's item!
des
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JV
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 10:48 am:   

Fantastic Worlds, Issue 0, Vol 0. It was their first, sample, issue.

jeff
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des
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 11:15 am:   

Thanks, Jeff. No, not got that one. :-(
Though I do now wish I'd run a 'zero' issue of Nemonymous!
des
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Brendan
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 11:46 am:   

Its never to late Des. After issue 4 you could start working backwards.
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des
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 12:11 pm:   

Hey....
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Kirsten B.
Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2003 - 03:40 pm:   

Great interview and beautifully written story, Jeff, you wunderkind, you!
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JV
Posted on Tuesday, December 16, 2003 - 12:49 pm:   

I am planning on doing an edition of City of Saints that beats the record held by this book:

http://msnbc.msn.com/id/3717298/

JeffV
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John Klima
Posted on Tuesday, December 16, 2003 - 02:05 pm:   

Best of luck. Can I get a reviewer's copy?

JK
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Cheryl
Posted on Tuesday, December 16, 2003 - 05:41 pm:   

Best of luck Jeff. I understand that Ms. Rowling is already targetting the record with her next Harry Potter novel. It will be a tough fight, but I have confidence in you.
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JV
Posted on Wednesday, December 17, 2003 - 06:01 am:   

I will not rest until I have published a book that weighs more than your average adult homo sapiens.

JeffV
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Robert Devereux
Posted on Wednesday, December 17, 2003 - 11:26 am:   

You should also try to get the world's smallest book published. Ideally you should need a very powerful microscope to read it.
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JV
Posted on Wednesday, December 17, 2003 - 01:44 pm:   

This being yet another instance of the name Paris Hilton being evoked in the same paragraph as my own, I just want to note that I have never met Paris Hilton, never shall meet Paris Hilton, and don't want to, either.

jeff

http://www.startribune.com/stories/384/4233345.html
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Minz
Posted on Wednesday, December 17, 2003 - 02:03 pm:   

>>Its never to late Des. After issue 4 you could start working backwards.

Does that mean he publishes who the contributors are the issue before the actual fiction is published? If so, I think he should just give the names of the contributors, not the individual works, letting us guess who wrote what . . .
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Brendan
Posted on Wednesday, December 17, 2003 - 11:57 pm:   

I think he should just publish an issue of names and story titles and let us imagine what the stories are like.
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John Klima
Posted on Thursday, December 18, 2003 - 06:59 am:   

Strangely enough--and I may have mentioned this before--I've actually run into Ms. Hilton in Manhattan. I work near the diamond district in Manhattan, and Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie walked out of jeweler as I was heading over to my consulting firm's office to pick up my paycheck (whole different story, but I've become the only consultant they've ever given direct deposit to). They seemed vaguely familiar (this was September, so it was before the video incident), but I chalked it up to lots of people in Manhattan looking familiar. We walked next to each other for about two blocks. It was interesting to note the lacivious looks from the men on the sidewalk as Paris & Co. strutted along. Since it was a cool day (in the 40s) the girls were dressed rather conservatively, which I think is what made it difficult for me to identify them.

This was around the same time when I saw Alton Brown, Sarah Ferguson, and Johnny Sachs (don't his real name, that's his Sopranos character) on the streets near my work. Good week for name dropping.

JeffV, I think what this is all implying is that you should either co-write a book with Paris or ghost-write a book for her. Maybe it could be made into a musical?

JK
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des
Posted on Thursday, December 18, 2003 - 11:33 am:   

JK: "Good week for name dropping."
*********
Two different ways to drop names. I was wondering if anyone on these Night Shade boards have used *published* pseudonyms in the past and are willing to share them with us. I'll start a new thread under 'Nemonymous' in the unlikely event anyone will answer!

Brendan, good idea about publishing names and titles without the stories. ;-)

Sorry, Jeff, for this digression on one of your boards.
des


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JV
Posted on Thursday, December 18, 2003 - 12:52 pm:   

I mind no digressions. Let this thread wander as it will.

JeffV
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des
Posted on Thursday, December 18, 2003 - 01:14 pm:   

I've just noticed 'thread' has 'read' embedded. des
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JV
Posted on Thursday, December 18, 2003 - 07:14 pm:   

I'm very happy to announce a small victory, given my schedule: a solid working draft of a new 7,500-word story entitled "Three Days in a Border Town". It's set in the same desert landscape as "The City," another new story slated for the Golden Gryphon collection next year. As "Three Days" makes clear, the City story cycle as I'm calling it (truly original, I know) takes place in the far-far future of the Veniss Underground cycle.

I've also finished another draft of "Shark God Versus Octopus God," an updated Fijian myth/legend.

Now, back to the $(*)#*(&! novel.

JeffV
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JV
Posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2003 - 01:30 pm:   

Here's one of the funniest Amazon.co.uk reader lists I've yet seen:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/tg/listmania/list-browse/-/3Q572V26EOPGM/ref =lm_ol_3/026-2589362-1840427

JeffV
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barth
Posted on Tuesday, December 23, 2003 - 01:49 pm:   

great list. or so i hear. i didn't actually follow the link....
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JV
Posted on Monday, December 29, 2003 - 08:55 am:   

Woo-hoo! Secret Life available for pre-order!

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1930846274/qid=1072716375/sr=1-7/r ef=sr_1_7/002-2906526-5268008?v=glance&s=books

Jeff
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Tamar
Posted on Monday, December 29, 2003 - 09:46 am:   

Great to see it out there, Jeff. Many congratulations!
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JV
Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 07:51 pm:   

My picks for best-of-the-year:

http://www.fantasticmetropolis.com/show.html?rw.2003-vandermeer

JeffV
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Jonathan
Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 09:50 pm:   

Hey Jeff:

I know I'm slightly to the more conservative end of the spectrum <g>, but I both enjoyed your recommendations and was struck by how much of the same stuff I'd liked and enjoyed. It was a good year, 2003.

Jonathan

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Luke
Posted on Wednesday, January 07, 2004 - 09:59 pm:   

Hi Jeff,

Thanks for the recommendations. I always enjoy your carefully considered selections.

The conflict of interest stuff was just work that was published by Night Shade and Prime, who also published your work this year, right?

I notice you didn't mention the Tyrant - I guess left off because it's published by Prime...?

Best,
Luke Brown
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JV
Posted on Thursday, January 08, 2004 - 05:49 am:   

LOL! I'm never going to hear the end of that, Jonathan, am I? (Actually, it's just that I'm off the deep end of the spectrum...or am I? LOL.)

Conflict of interest, Luke, I guess I should have explained why on FM. If I was heavily involved with the promotion of a book (the case for several Prime titles) *and* provided a blurb for the book, I couldn't put it on my main list. (For example, Etched City) Or, if it came out from my own press or from Night Shade, I couldn't put it on the main list, either. Theoretically, any Prime Books I didn't have anything to do with could have made the main list.

I thought Tyrant was interesting but had a deeply flawed beginning.

JeffV
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John Klima
Posted on Thursday, January 08, 2004 - 07:10 am:   

Glad to see STRAY TOASTERS on your list Jeff. Bill Sienkiewicz is one of my favorite comic artists.

JK
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Jeremy Lassen
Posted on Thursday, January 08, 2004 - 05:36 pm:   

JV,
Is the photo on Fantastic M. a new one? You are looking very trim, fit and alert in it. :-) Thanks for mentioning Hodgson Volume 1. Iím always grateful when people recognize the importance of classic reprints like this project, and make them a part of their yearly Round-ups.

-JL
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JV
Posted on Thursday, January 08, 2004 - 07:24 pm:   

Jeremy:

I thought Hodgson was fantastic--you did a great job! (I just didn't feel comfortable putting it on my top 10 because it was a Night Shade Book, given our, ahem, association. Same with Things That Never Happen and the Cady.)

Yep--a new photo. :-)

JeffV
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JV
Posted on Saturday, January 24, 2004 - 11:15 am:   

New Interview:

http://www.authoretica.com/content.php?article.29


I was kind of in a weird mood when I did this one.

jeff
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JV
Posted on Thursday, January 29, 2004 - 02:23 pm:   

A nice little name check of City of Saints in the Village Voice.
http://www.villagevoice.com/issues/0404/park2.php

Jeff
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JustReturnedfromVillageVoiceSite
Posted on Monday, February 02, 2004 - 09:46 am:   

I'm glad that you didn't include pop-up ads in the CoSaM book cover.
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Kirsten Bishop
Posted on Monday, February 02, 2004 - 09:15 pm:   

I like what you said in the Authoretica interview about Picasso's different periods in his paintings. It's funny, I was thinking exactly the same thing about Picasso the other day.
I wonder why it's considered quite normal for a visual artist to make radical changes in his/her work, but not a writer?
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JV
Posted on Tuesday, February 03, 2004 - 11:47 am:   

Kirsten:

I don't know. It's a bit odd, really. Definitely worthy of further discussion. I imagine there have been books or essays on the subject, but perhaps not.

Hey--congrats on making the Locus recommended reading list:

http://www.locusmag.com/2004/Issues/02RecommendedReading.html

Veniss and Album Zutique also made it.

JeffV
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JV
Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 10:08 am:   

The Disease Guide and Veniss are both up for International Horror Guild awards. Rather cool!

JeffV
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Chris Roberson
Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 10:46 am:   

Congrats, Jeff!
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JV
Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 10:48 am:   

Congrats yourself, for the Moore book! Monkey Brain is going great guns.

JeffV
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Chris Roberson
Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 11:05 am:   

Wait till you see the Moorcock book. This is going to be gorgeous, if I do say so myself.
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John Picacio
Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 11:09 am:   

Hey, Jeff --

I just sent you a post re: the IHG nominations, but now I see that you do indeed have a little category for props on your board....so again, big congrats!! You've got TWO nominations! That's terrific.
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JV
Posted on Thursday, February 05, 2004 - 06:15 pm:   

Thanks, John!!

Jeff
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Robert D
Posted on Friday, February 06, 2004 - 10:53 am:   

Congratulations. Both of your nominations are for great books.
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JV
Posted on Friday, February 06, 2004 - 02:01 pm:   

Thanks, Robert!
Jeff
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JV
Posted on Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 08:42 am:   

An article in the Orlando Weekly. Mostly accurate.

http://www.orlandoweekly.com/culture/feature.asp?f=4281

Jeff

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JV
Posted on Thursday, February 19, 2004 - 10:14 am:   

And I finally decided to go ahead and buy a domain name for the upcoming Ambergris site:

http://www.ambergris.org

ambergris.net and ambergris.com were both taken.

JeffV
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JeffV
Posted on Monday, March 15, 2004 - 11:04 am:   

A few updates on new stuff coming out.

My afterword to Monkey Brain's new edition of Moorcock's Wizardry and Wild Romance will appear in the April edition of The New York Review of SF, and the book itself with the afterword is apparently out in a couple of days.

I also have agreed to write the introduction to Michael Bishop's forthcoming nonfiction collection from PS Publishing, as well as the introduction to Catherynne Valente's The Labyrinth.

In addition, I have a story Polyphony 4 called "Three Days in a Border Town" that I'm pretty excited about. It's set in the same desert milieu as "The City," a new story coming out in my Golden Gryphon short story collection.

I'm working on yet another story with the same characters as "Three Days" called "Circus on the Bridge." As with all three stories, the title describes the story pretty accurately. It's about a circus on a bridge. LOL!

In addition, the revamped vandermeer web site should go live in a few days. It's a radical departure from the old site and some people may not like it, but I think it's beautiful.

JeffV

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JV
Posted on Wednesday, March 17, 2004 - 07:07 pm:   

Tally Democrat article on my involvement in the disease guide:

http://www.tallahassee.com/mld/tallahassee/entertainment/8161360.htm

Jeff
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JV
Posted on Saturday, March 20, 2004 - 04:32 am:   

I've just had my essay "The Romantic Underground" accepted for the next Nebula Award antho.

Jeff
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JV
Posted on Sunday, March 21, 2004 - 10:09 am:   

My myth-based "Shark God Versus Octopus God" has just been accepted by Nick Gevers at POSTSCRIPTS, the new magazine being put out by PS Publishing.

JeffV
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Mike S
Posted on Monday, March 22, 2004 - 07:14 am:   

Jeff, have you seen this?

http://www.adultswim.com/promos/200403_shark_v_croc/index.html


Is your story related in any way?
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JV
Posted on Monday, March 22, 2004 - 07:21 am:   

Alas, no. Although some of the same principles apply.
Jeff
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JV
Posted on Monday, March 22, 2004 - 12:48 pm:   

Hayakawa's SF Magazine has taken my story "Flight is For Those Who Have Not Yet Crossed Over" for a future issue.

JeffV
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JV
Posted on Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 08:45 am:   

I've just officially sold my section of a very cool roundrobin story/novella to anthology version of it--The Evil Entwines, edited by John B. Ford. Since my section doesn't have a title, I'll just post the first paragraph here as a teaser. (As I recall Steve Rasnic Tem, D.F. Lewis, and several others are in this book.)

JeffV

Good advice. But working it out from the inside meant returning, in a slow, delirious dance, to the one memory he would always retain: being on the fifth floor of an abandoned hotel located in a city perched at the edge of a dying sea. He had traveled there to meet her for the first time, but nothing had gone right. The end of it was this: Edward sitting propped up against a sagging, discolored wall in the hotel hallway; a line of hotel rooms lay before him, all of them doorless. Above, the rusted chandeliers, the faded paint of the ceiling, swayed-or it must be he swayed, the taste of dried blood in his mouth. He had not had water in two days. The very air teemed with water particles that eluded him. He could smell dust and, farther away, something burning that could have been flesh. The seething chatter of automatic weapons on the streets below reiterated revolution.
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JV
Posted on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 04:34 pm:   

I am happy to report that I have finished a good working draft of Shriek: An Afterword, my new novel. Since I've been working on this novel on and off since 1998, I am, as you might imagine, relieved to say the least.

I'll spend May on rewrites as necessary, but since much of the novel is really third-to-fifth draft material, it shouldn't take too long. I'll definitely meet my self-imposed deadline of July 7th, my 36th birthday, for completion. But I would imagine I'll be sending the novel to my agent by June 1st at the latest.

Shriek: An Afterword is an Ambergris novel and it appears it will top out, after edits, at around 110,000 to 120,000 words. The single longest piece of fiction I've ever written.

JeffV
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Tessa
Posted on Sunday, May 02, 2004 - 08:06 pm:   

Hey! Congratulations! Many pats on the back. Eat some choccie; ye deserve it.
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Jay Caselberg
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 02:36 am:   

Good on ya, Jeff.
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mike bishop
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 06:34 am:   

My congratulations as well, Jeff. And happy birthday well in advance of both your birthday and your self-imposed deadline!
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Neddal
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 10:55 am:   

Cheers, man!
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Trent
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 02:52 pm:   

Congratulations, Jeff. Helluva feat.
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Robert Devereux
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 05:43 pm:   

Sounds good. When you finally finish, will you take time to relax, or will you immediately start on a new writing project?
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JV
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 05:50 pm:   

I'll want to move right on to The Zamilon File and finish it. It'll either be a long novella or a novel of about the same length as Veniss. It's also an Ambergris piece, but totally different from City or Shriek. Much more like the third part of Veniss, actually. It's going to have a very weird layout, though.

Then, it's on to my new City story cycle. After that, at least one more Ambergris novel.

But I imagine it'll take a good three months to finish off Zamilon.

Jeff
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ben peek
Posted on Monday, May 03, 2004 - 08:09 pm:   

cool. more ambergris stuff.
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John Klima
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 06:41 am:   

I anxiously await my opportunity to read this work. In fact, if you look out your window, you might see me lurking behind your bushes, hoping for a stray page to flitter to the ground so that I may snatch it up as sustenance.

JK
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neilw
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 07:28 am:   

John - you really don't want to go down that road. A stray page? You know what will happen. This stray page will contain something rare and beautiful, and strange and wonderful, and incomplete, and ... will almost certainly be cut from the final edit. With no obvious link to any of the rest of the book. And if asked about that page, Jeff will claim he never saw it before in his life.
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JV
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 07:44 am:   

There will be "outtakes" and "deleted scenes"
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John Klima
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 08:17 am:   

Well Neil, truth be told, when I am in need of new VanderMeer material, I use a special database I've made of all of Jeff's currently published fiction. Then, I run some queries to construct new sentences and paragraphs. Eventually I have enough for a story, or if I'm really ambitious, a novel. Then I write reviews of these 'new' VanderMeer pieces and send them to online review sites. I just claim that these 'new' pieces are from another edition of CITY OF SAINTS & MADMEN of which I have an advance copy.

JK
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JV
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 08:46 am:   

Hey--that's exactly how I write the stuff!

Jeff

PS In all seriousness--Shriek: An Afterword is completely different in style and texture from City of Saints and from Veniss. And Zamilon File will be different from all three. And lest anyone think I plan on milking the Ambergris stuff to the last drop...after Zamilon File, there's at most one Ambergris novel and a couple of short stories and I'm done with the place.
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Mike Stinkypoo
Posted on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 - 11:21 am:   

Until THE CHILDREN OF BENDER, the anthology edited by John Pelan, comes out.
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Eric S
Posted on Monday, May 10, 2004 - 10:38 am:   

THE CHILDREN OF BENDER is, I assume, the linking work between Abergris and the Futurama cartoon. Vos Bender is revealed to be a deceitful robot from the far future of an alternative earth. The children of Bender are a couple of nuts and bolts, individually of minor utility, but together able to make almost any contraption imaginable: picture for instance a giant robotic squid with eleven tentacles.
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JV
Posted on Tuesday, June 08, 2004 - 12:59 pm:   

Well, I'm happy to say that I completed SHRIEK: AN AFTERWORD at lunch today and will be sent to my agent in the morning. 125,000 words of VanderProse. I've posted a couple of excerpts at:

http://www.vanderworld.blogspot.com

This is not, of course, the end of the process. While my agent sends it around to publishers, I'll be tweaking, re-reading it, doing any additional editing I think is necessary. But it's definitely done--all of its parts are there--and I'm pretty darn happy with it. I'm fairly sure there has never been a novel quite like it, for better or worse.

Jeff
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Robert Devereux
Posted on Tuesday, June 08, 2004 - 01:49 pm:   

Congratulations. I hope it doesn't take too long to be picked up by a publisher.
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Brendan
Posted on Tuesday, June 08, 2004 - 07:27 pm:   

Good show. The parts I have read are very nice....

I like first person narratives as they tend to make the thing seem more real.

Looking forward to seeing the whole book out.
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des
Posted on Wednesday, June 09, 2004 - 07:26 am:   

Congratulations, Jeff, and good luck with it.
des
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JV
Posted on Wednesday, June 09, 2004 - 07:56 am:   

Thanks. If nothing else, it will make an excellent doorstop.

Jeff
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Mastadge
Posted on Wednesday, June 09, 2004 - 08:49 am:   

The variety of uses to which your books can be put is staggering!

Publishers should start advertising books as the multitools they are -- with some good PR, they could get the whole business booming again!

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