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[writing] The bibliography rides again

Due to a priority request for a complete bibliography, I spent part of today updating same. I am finally moving it into an Excel spreadsheet instead of managing the sucker in Word. As a result, I have some (more or less) authoritative numbers on my publishing history. Starting from my first appearance in print in the fall of 2001, here's what I've accomplished.

Award Nominations7
Novels8
Single-Title Novellas2
Short Fiction240
Chapbooks2
Collections6
Anthologies Edited12
Interviews22
Nonfiction34
Reprints (English and foreign)73


I suspect a few bits and pieces are missing here, especially in the reprints, but that's pretty close to substantive. And not all of these are in print, yet. This sucker is now stabilized Excel, or will be after I do a little data normalization. Meanwhile, I am somewhat agog at what I've accomplished in eight and a half years.

Originally published at jlake.com.

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