Happy July! And given that it’s the first Tuesday of the month, today is when Apex Magazine comes out with their newest monthly issue. In this month’s issue 62, you can catch a brand new excerpt from The Enceladus Crisis in there, full of late 18th century sailing ship action. I don’t think this bit of the book has been put out there yet, so enjoy!
And do check out the rest of the magazine, which has brand new stories from Laura Davy, Victor Fernando R. Ocampo, Gillian Conahan and others. Plus poetry, interviews, essays and more. Apex is a 2014 Hugo nominee for best semiprozine, after all, so you know it’s good. You can buy individual copies on Kindle or Nook, or via the Apex site and at Weightless Books. Or you could subscribe, which is a great deal and supports a great magazine and darn it, just makes you a better person thanks to all the great, thoughtful fiction and commentary you’ll be reading.
Many thanks to Apex for the opportunity. Keep on being awesome.
While I’m here, a reminder: Tomorrow (July 2) at 7:30 p.m., I’ll be at Boulder Book Store with my agent, Sara Megibow, to talk about my books, getting them published, and a variety of other writing-and-publishing things. There’s a $5 voucher to attend, but you get to use it as a coupon to buy books at the store, including The Enceladus Crisis. So if you’re around, say, Colorado, and you want to come out, I’d love to see you! Here’s the event page with all the details.
Speaking of Colorado, it really is nice here. Exhibit A:
That was from a great hike in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Today, it’s bikes-and-breweries touring here in Fort Collins. If you follow me on Twitter or Untappd, you may see a lot of beer-related stuff today. You’ve been warned. (And don’t worry…if you see me logging a dozen beers today, it’s because I’m doing small tastings, not because I’m torturing my liver!)
4 responses to “A new excerpt of The Enceladus Crisis out today in Apex Magazine”
Which lake is that in Rocky Mountain? (I was there last year, curious as to where you’ve wound up in the park)
That’s Sprague Lake, and we did Bear Lake as well. Couldn’t really do the heartier hikes with 4-year-old and 4-month-old cousins in tow. But still beautiful there!
*Thought* it looked famillar…I did go for a heartier hike (up to the falls) but I didn’t have kids in tow!
It was the baby’s first time in the hiking rig. He did quite well, but yeah, hard to do a big ramble…!