Always one to follow the authorial herd off a literary cliff, I'm now listing my works available for Hugo, Nebula, and assorted other award consideration.
Here's the list. It's a big one.
My novelette "Mirrorblink" from the British SF magazine Interzone, issue 243 (Nov./Dec. 2012).
Yeah, that's it. Big list. And in case anyone asks, the novelette is eligible for the Nebulas due to Interzone also publishing an electronic edition.
I'll provide any eligible award nominator with a free copy of the story — contact me if you want that option.
Reviews of "Mirrorblink"
Matthew Dent says "Mirrorblink" is a perfect example of why I'm one of his favorite writers and that "The story itself is beautifully written, and the protagonist a wonderfully constructed character. The ideas and themes in the story are exactly what good SF should be grappling with, and evoke more questions than they answer. As well they should."
Steve Rogerson calls "Mirrorblink" the best story in this issue of Interzone, and that "Sanford tells this complex and entertaining post-apocalyptic tale with skill."
You can find Interzone in stores now. You can also purchase ebook editions, or subscribe, at the following links.