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“Remains of the Witch” Live at IGMS

“Remains of the Witch” is the cover story for InterGalactic Medicine Show #26, and it’s beautifully illustrated by Anna Repp.

IGMS is subscription-based and allows access to all the back issues, so if you missed two of my previous stories (“We Who Steal Faces” in #22 and “Tekkai Exhales His Avatar” in #11), you can read them at the same time. Enjoy!

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Ad Astra Report 2011

Tony Pi by Howard Tayler

So I was at Ad Astra over the weekend and had a great time. This sketch of me is courtesy of Howard Tayler of Schlock Mercenary fame, whom I sat with during the autograph session. Thanks, Howard! I also sat with Ed Greenwood, and we chatted about the Forgotten Realms and novel-writing. Ed’s also a co-editor on WHEN THE HERO COMES HOME with Gabrielle Harbowy.

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“We Who Steal Faces” Live at OSC IGMS

My short story, “We Who Steal Faces”, appears in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show #22, April 2011 today. It features Flea (from “The Paragon Lure” and “Metamorphoses in Amber”) in a tale set in sixteenth century Venice.

The amazing artwork above is by Jin Han. I share this issue with some great authors:

“Love, Cayce” by Marie Brennan
“Exodus Tides” by Aliette de Bodard
“Exiles in Eden” by Brad Torgersen
“The Long Way Home” by David Lubar

There’s more about these stories, as well as subscription and single-issue purchase information at their blog. I’ve also created a page for the story here. I will be reading an excerpt from this story tonight at Ad Astra at 10 p.m.

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My cousin I-Wei Huang is an artist and steampunk genius–he designs steam-powered robots that actually work! Check these out:

The Steam Powered Centipede

The Steam Beetle

We’ve teamed up once: he did the artwork for “Tekkai Exhales His Avatar” (which appeared in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show #11):

Check out his work at Crabfu.

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