March 31st, 2007
|03:01 pm - New Column Up|
On newsstands soon, if not now: Realms of Fantasy, June 2007 issue. In it, I have my regular YA Review column (which started as a sidebar and has since expanded to a full page. A -full- -page-. In RoF. This makes me so happy.) (Oh, and they finally included my name as a contributor, which makes me even happier, I feel so official and everything. :> ) In this installment, I cover:
INTO THE WILD by Sarah Beth Durst
WILDWOOD DANCING by Juliet Marillier
TATTOO by Jennifer Lynn Barnes
DRAGON SLIPPERS by Jessica Day George
EVIL GENIUS by Catherine Jinks
DRAGONFRIGATE WIZARD HALCYON BLITHE by James M. Ward
THE SCARLET LETTERMAN by Cara Lockwood
THE FAERIE PATH by Frewin Jones
Fiction in this issue, BTW, is by Theordora Goss, David Pinault, M.K. Hobson, Stephen Chambers, and Charles de Lint. Good stuff!
Now, must get back to work so I can deliver the next column on time.
Current Mood: creative
If you'd not be burdened, I could send you a cop of Vintage...
I'd love to take a look at it, certainly! My address is:
Michael M Jones
2717 Bobolink Lane
Roanoke, VA 24018
I will warn you, thanks to print lead times, it'd probably be about 4 months (my deadline being every 2 months, with the magazine coming out 2 months after that) before the relevant column saw print. Assuming I don't also cover it for Green Man or SF Site, depending on my mood and whims. :>
So if you're okay with that sort of timeframe, by all means, I'd love to see it.
Ooops, sorry, was logged on to Holly's LJ.
It all sounds fine, Michael. Thanks. I'll send it out when I get back to NJ. It actually has been reviewed on Green Man recently.
Like I replied just above, I'm certainly happy to take a look. It's never too soon to plan the next column, after all. :>
Belatedly - I missed out on Technicon this year, and Shevacon as well. I know, for shame, for shame. I got distracted, and forgot all about Technicon until it was too late. :> But I've been in Roanoke for the past 10 years, and I love the area.
Hey, at least we can count on you to do a signing somewhere locally, right?