2010 reads

First off, good news in the writing department: after a minor rewrite, Expanded Horizons has accepted my story, “Intersections”. Sci-fi, this one. The editor’s looking at a February run date. What a way to start the year!

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Anyway, I just want to share

The books and stories and poems I read (and loved) in 2010

in no particular order

  1. The Miracle Life of Edgar Mint
  2. “Jumper Cable: The Crossing” in the PGS: Christmas issue
  3. We Are All Welcome Here
  4. 20th Century Ghosts
  5. A Storm of Swords
  6. Lucky
  7. The Killing Joke
  8. Twisted 8 1/2
  9. Philippine Speculative Fiction V
  10. Hunger Games trilogy
  11. Scott Pilgrim
  12. The Unnamed
  13. Tales of Beedle the Bard
  14. The Society of Others
  15. All Over But the Shoutin’
  16. Video
  17. The River King
  18. A Clash of Kings
  19. Dot.bomb
  20. House of Leaves
  21. The Likeness
  22. Ender’s Game
  23. The Beauty Myth
  24. “We Heart Vampires!!!” from Strange Horizons
  25. “The Six Skills of Madame Lumiere” from Beneath Ceaseless Skies
  26. “The Cassandra Project” in Lightspeed
  27. “Beach Blanket Spaceship” in Clarkesworld
  28. “No Two Stones” in Heroic Fantasy Quarterly
  29. “What Sieglinde Serpentslayer Said to the King”in Heroic Fantasy Quarterly (poetry)
  30. Kali Yuga” in Innsmouth Free Press
  31. December Lights
  32. New York City as Temporal Measurement” in The Collagist (poetry)
  33. Let Me Explain” (poetry)
  34. Colosseum” (poetry)
  35. Why You Should Never Marry a Poet” (poetry)
  36. Usok # 2
  37. The Facts of the Case” in High Chair (poetry)

I’m sure I’ve read certain stories/poems that I just forgot to take note of, but this is more or less my list.

I should read more online pieces. Everyone should. There are some gems there.

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