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Jay Lake
Date: 2005-03-03 08:53
Subject: TEL : Stories Table of Contents
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Update - I inadvertently left one author off my list. Apologies to Carrie Vaughn.

Lest this be of interest to any of you, here is the TEL : Stories table of contents, not in final order, but rather alphabetical by author surname.

Forrest Aguirre, "Soma"
Greg Beatty, "The Song of the Solipsilepidopterist"
Leah Bobet, "Dog Days"
Steve Carper, "Holly : New Paree Prime : Spring Two"
Hertzan Chimera, "The Midas Touch"
Brendan Connell, "Benares (a Metrophilia)"
Ian Creasey, "In Profit and Loss"
Jetse de Vries, "Gaudí, Cons & Spires"
Greg Feeley, "Fancy Bread"
Toiya Kristen Finley, "Juju Hoodoo Man Sangs the Blues"
Timalyne Frazier, "The Devil's Half Brother"
Victoria Elisabeth Garcia, "Town of Boar Hollow Ordinance No. VII-____-2001"
Greer Gilman, "Jack Daw's Pack"
Jeremy Robert Johnson, "Last Thoughts Drifting Down"
Darlene Malcolm-Clarke, "The Sibyl of Tamarish"
Anil Menon, "Love in a Hot Climate"
Thom Metzger, "Hex-Ray Hoodoo Rapture"
Ruth Nestvold, "Revenge in the Funhouse"
Tim Pratt, "Gulls"
Lawrence M. Schoen, "Stations of the Cheeseburger"
Ken Scholes, "The Santaman Cycle"
Dean Wesley Smith, "Let's Pretend"
Sonya Taaffe, "The White Swan"
Mikal Trimm, "Wash Is Done"
Charles Tuomi, "She Watches the Man"
Jeff VanderMeer, "Lost"
Carrie Vaughn, "Danae at Sea"
Paul Woodlin, "God Words"

I want to thank everyone who contributed. I saw many excellent manuscripts, some of which were quite hard to let go of. Look for pre-orders around June, with a release date some time this summer. If you'd like an ARC or a review copy, please email me and let me know that, and I'll see what I can do.
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robin catesby
User: deedop
Date: 2005-03-03 18:07 (UTC)
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::does a happy dance for Victoria:: :-)
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Lawrence M. Schoen
User: klingonguy
Date: 2005-03-03 18:27 (UTC)
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Why is it that editors are dropping my middle initial this month? Huh? What's up with that?

There's another Lawrence Schoen out there, one who is also a psychologist. He's Lawrence S. Schoen, but last time I checked he doesn't bother to use his middle initial.

Which is why I do. Always. Double always.


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User: djonn
Date: 2005-03-03 21:21 (UTC)
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Also why I use my middle initial on bylines, just in case my namesake the retired sheriff and police-video narrator (who doesn't use a middle initial) ever writes a book.

That said, the list looks like an informal posting rather than one nicked from a production file -- as a for-instance, Greg Feeley usually appears as "Greg" in cyberspace but as "Gregory" in bylines.
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Sherwood Smith
User: sartorias
Date: 2005-03-03 19:00 (UTC)
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Some good lookin' stuff there.
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Jason Erik Lundberg
User: jlundberg
Date: 2005-03-04 01:12 (UTC)
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Wow, a great line-up, Jay. I'm really looking forward to this.
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User: ombriel
Date: 2005-03-05 00:16 (UTC)
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Psst, Jay...wrong first name listed there...

Wow, I feel honored to be in such fine company! Quite a line-up. Looking forward to it.
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