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David D. Levine
26 October 2009 @ 02:31 pm
Here's where you can find me in the next couple of months:

At the World Fantasy Convention, October 29 - November 1 in San Jose, I'll be appearing on the following panels:

  • Friday, 9:00 PM, Crystal Room: DayBreak Magazine Reading with Jetse de Vries, Jeff Soesbe, Amanda Clark, Brenda Cooper, and Jennifer Lineae.
  • Saturday, 12:00 PM, Gold Room: Improv Story Telling with Jay Lake and Mary Robinette Kowal.

At OryCon 31, November 27-29 in Portland, I'll be appearing on the following panels:

  • Friday, 12:00 PM, Madison Room: I have a story idea, where do I start? with Mary Robinette Kowal and Mary Rosenblum.
  • Friday, 2:00 PM, Morrison Room: Not enough humanoids? with Elton Elliott, Camille Alexa, and Irene Radford.
  • Friday, 4:00 PM, Broadway Room: And the winner is... with Jim Fiscus, Ben Yalow, Ruth Sachter, and Jerry Kaufman.
  • Friday, 6:30 PM, Multnomah Room: Endeavour Awards presentation.
  • Saturday, 1:00 PM, Madison Room: Reading.
  • Saturday, 2:00 PM, Washington Room: Writing the Other: Races and Cultures with Nisi Shawl, Rory Miller, and Lenora Rain-Lee Good.
  • Sunday, 12:00 PM, I Will Call My Story... Bob with Richard A. Lovett, Rebecca Neason, Patricia Briggs, and Camille Alexa.
  • Sunday, 1:00 PM, Improv Writing with Amber Cook, Lizzy Shannon, Nina Kiriki Hoffman, and Garth Upshaw.

I will also be signing books at the post-OryCon Sci-Fi Authorfest on November 29 at Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing in Beaverton.

 
 
David D. Levine
26 October 2009 @ 03:05 pm
A surprising amount of good writing-related news has arrived in the last week.

While I was in Albuquerque I received an email acceptance from Escape Pod for a podcast of "Wind from a Dying Star," which was my first professionally-published story. It should appear on the podcast early next year.

I came home to find in the paper mail a contract from Analog for my short story "Pupa." This was the story I was working on during RaceFail, with a protagonist of color. I'm pleased to say that I finished it, sent it to my critique group, revised it, sent it out, got a couple of rejections, got a rewrite request from Stan Schmidt, rewrote it as requested, and sold it! Now we'll see what people think of it when it appears, probably some time next year.

A couple of days later I received an email from an editor indicating that he liked a story I sent him for an anthology he's working on. Unfortunately, he won't know until next year whether or not there's room in that anthology for it. But if there isn't, he says, he'll take it for a new online magazine he's editing. (Just to keep me humble, he also rejected another story I sent him for a different anthology.) I'll let you know more as soon as I have it.

And just the day before yesterday, I learned that "The Tale of the Golden Eagle" will be translated into French, in the anthology Légendes edited by Jacques Fuentealba, to be published in March 2010 by Céléphaïs. I submitted that one over a year ago and had managed to forget all about it, so that was a very pleasant surprise.

I also have one more acceptance pending, I believe, but I'll wait until I have a contract in hand before saying anything more about that one.