Travel Light on sale

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Celebrating the lovely NPR write-up by Amal El-Mohtar, Naomi Mitchison’s Travel Light is on sale for 50% off this week: now only $2.99!

Also of note among all the new magazines that went out somewhat late on January 1st (as expected and no one seemed to mind!): the new ish of Lightspeed has reprints Zhao Haihong’s LCRW story “Exuviation”—which the author translated herself. Plus, they are reprinting Ursula K. Le Guin’s recent Tin House story “Elementals.” Ok, but wait, there’s more! There are interviews with Hyperbole and a Half’s Allie Brosh(!) and   Scott Lynch as well as a reprint of M. Rickert’s “The Chambered Fruit” and novel excerpts from Dru Pagliassotti, Chuck Wendig, and my Western Mass. neighbor James L. Cambias (his novel is getting great pre-pub reviews).

Another big seller is It Came From the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction edited by Desirina Boskovich. Who could resist 15 Finnish short stories??

In other news, Happy New Year! At some point I’m going to post the December 2013 bestseller list as well as the 2013 list and the first and last ebook sales for 2012 (here’s First and last for 2012). This week was busy with paperwork (er, not much paper yet): Massachusetts sales tax (paid! thank you Massachusetts readers!); 1099 prep (takes a while), and fourth quarter Weightless royalties—should be paid on Monday or Tuesday. Love sending out monies big and small! Thank you all readers! We had a great year and it was awesome to see how many ebook gifts were sent over the holidays.

Happy weekend and if you’re getting the same seasonal stormy weather as me, here’s our always always applicable storm list from last year.

It Came from the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction cover - click to view full size Travel Light cover - click to view full size  Lightspeed Magazine Issue 44 cover - click to view full size

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