Books on the cheap

Two of my books and the magazine I edit are enjoying major Cyber Monday discounts. IRREDEEMABLE Seventh Star Press has made the eBook edition available for 99 cents today only at Amazon. Get it here: http://amzn.to/1kXE7fs THE ZOMBIE FEED, VOLUME 1 Apex Publications is selling the tpb and the eBook editions for my anthology at…

Warren Ellis isn’t paying attention.

I'm a fan of Warren Ellis: his comics, his novels, his blogging. The guy is a genre entertainment machine. But he frustrates me with his misunderstanding of the state of SF/F/Horror short fiction zines. Here he is ruminating about the failed rebirth of NEW WORLDS: "NEW WORLDS was never a nostalgic enterprise. But, perhaps, publishing…

And then a Hugo happened…

Consider my mind blown. The 2014 Hugo Award nominees were announced Saturday afternoon. I was in transit to visit the family in southeast Kentucky at the time, but the flood of Twitter notices (folks congratulating me) made the announcement hard to miss! Nominated in the category for Best Semiprozine is Apex Magazine and its editors…

Hugo Award Nomination!

And then it happened again... Apex Magazine and its editors Lynne M. Thomas, Michael Damian Thomas, and me have been nominated for a Hugo Award in the category of Best Semiprozine. Second year in a row... never did I imagine I would be a Hugo nominee, but to have it happen twice... it is quite…

Play it cool Sizemore… the Hugo Award…

Friends, a crazy thing has happened. I have been nominated (along with fellow editors Catherynne M. Valente and Lynne M. Thomas) for a Hugo Award. Specifically, Apex Magazine and the three of us have been nominated in the category of Best Semiprozine. A complete list of nominees can be found here. A lot of personal…

Putting together an ezine–Introduction (Part 1)

Being the first Tuesday of the month, this is release day for the magazine I publish (Apex Magazine--edited by Catherynne M. Valente). It is our twenty-eighth issue. Almost two and a half years of science fiction, fantasy, and horror content published like clockwork. Before the current incarnation of Apex Magazine, I both edited and published…