Book Review: Hunter and Fox by Philippa Ballantine →
My review of Philippa Ballantine’s Hunter and Fox is now up. TLDR version: it was a good book, but it wasn’t really up my alley.
"113 Feet" now published →
My short-story “113 Feet” has been published by Escape Pod. Read it or listen to it here. If you choose the latter, enjoy editor Mur Lafferty’s performance. “113 Feet” is the first short-story I wrote when I started calling myself a writer. It took several years and a lot of revisions to get it to the point of being published. It used to be 5000 words longer, for...
Obsessed With Doing Something Else. ANYTHING Else.... →
Like many writers, I get obsessed with doing things that aren’t related to writing. Here’s what’s been obsessing me lately.
Episode 130: The Lady Swordmaster by Brock L. Noel →
I have a few minor roles in this bawdy tale of swordplay and crotch-adjustment known as Dunesteef Episode 130.
Imagine that, a year or so ago, you saw a trailer for a film in which humanity...– From my review of Another Earth, now up at Escape Pod.
When I first downloaded the book, I thought there was something wrong with my...– From my review of China Mieville’s Railsea, at Escape Pod. Book Review: Railsea by China Mieville
Pseudopod 285: Kill Screen →
I’m performing (most of) Pseudopod #285 — “Kill Screen” by Chris Lewis Carter. Click here to listen.
"The Plumbers and the Princess" in Aoife's Kiss... →
My short-story “The Plumbers and the Princess” is now available in Aoife’s Kiss #41 — their 11th anniversary issue. Click here to purchase a copy. (It’s pronounced “EE-faw”, if you were wondering.)
EP347: Next Time, Scales →
I’m performing “Next Time, Scales” by John Moran in this week’s Escape Pod. Listen here.
Josh Roseman’s short story, “Greener,” is a love story set in the medium future...– Tangent Online had the above to say about “Greener”. Asimov’s — April/May 2012
In a near future, Scott decides not to renew his marriage contract with Naomi...– From SFRevu Review.
Josh Roseman’s ‘Greener’ is basically a relationship story and the pressures...– He’s right. It’s not a particularly pleasant story. I don’t think any of the characters (except perhaps the kids and the escort) are ones you can really root for. But then, I wrote it that way on purpose. Asimov’s Science Fiction – April/May 2012 | John’s Reading
Climate change brought on by an ‘event’ leads to a sort of Mad Max future, with...– Mark Watson of Best SF had the above to say on “Bring on the Rain”. Josh Roseman. Bring on the Rain. (Asimovs July 2011) | Best SF
Bring on the Rain” by Josh Roseman takes place sometime in the mid-22nd...– I found this SFRevu Review of “Bring on the Rain”. I particularly like the description of a “nasty world”.