Two "wow!" reviews have come in over the last two days. First, Sam Tomaino at SFRevu praised my new Interzone novelette "Into the Depths of Illuminated Seas," saying it is the first 2010 story on his Hugo Award short list for next year. And in words that blew me away, he added, "Interzone is really spoiling me when it publishes Jason Sanford so regularly. As far as I'm concerned, they couldn't publish too much of this author if they named it Jason Sanford's Science Fiction Magazine."
And then Rachel Swirsky, in a post on Jeff VanderMeer's site, listed my Interzone novella "Sublimation Angels" as her favorite out of all the novellas she's considering for the Nebula Awards. She called the novella "an engaging read, both intellectually and plot-wise. I will definitely be nominating it."
Many thanks to both Rachel and Sam.
As I mentioned the other day, "Sublimation Angels" has received several nominations for the Nebula Award. If anyone else wants to consider the novella for a possible nomination, I've posted a copy online in a pdf format. I can also provide copies of the file in alternate formats upon request.