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Vienna Station is a real book now!

Vienna Station won the Galaxy Prize in 2011 and was subsequently published by Rosetta Bo0ks. Rosetta recently shortened its e-pub list and most graciously gave me the files and rights. I (with Ed Haskell’s copious help!) brought the novella back to life on KDP a couple of months ago. Now, thanks to Ed and KDP, you can order an actual paperback! Here’s the link:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1717729096?ref_=pe_870760_150889320

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Vienna Station is up again!

Vienna Station won the Galaxy Prize in 2011 and was subsequently published by Rosetta Bo0ks. Rosetta recently shortened its e-pub list and most graciously gave me the files and rights. I’ve just brought the novella back to life on KDP. Please take a peek!  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D6CXBGZ/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1526865295&sr=1-1&keywords=Vienna+Station

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The Man Who Murdered Mozart

Barry Malzberg is one of Science Fiction’s greatest writers of the last fifty years.  He helped judge last year’s Galaxy contest and wrote to me expressing admiration for my story.  An exchange of emails led us to discover a mutual passion for classical music and interest in music’s greatest mystery:  Mozart’s Requiem Aeternam.  Who finished it?  How?  It was my great honor to collaborate with Mr. Malzberg on a story inspired by this mystery.  “The Man Who Murdered Mozart” was just published in “Fantasy and Science Fiction“, the March/April edition.  You musical friends of mine might want to have a look at it.

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