Welcome, after a long hiatus, to Rumor Control once again. Here are the facts of what stories I'm working on in the new year.
A third of the way through the major rewrite of a new book, and some lessons learned.
Which is more of a challenge -- starting a project from a completely blank page, or restarting an existing one while surrounded by its mocking scraps?
The first seven days of writing "Shunga-Satori" convinced me I shouldn't use the word "weird" to talk about this book. Even if it's deserved.
As some of you noticed, I now have a newsletter. Its mission is simple: to bring you the best and newest of All Things Infinimata straight to your inbox, once a week on Monday mornings.
The soundtrack for my new novel "Unmortal".
A discussion of the themes in my new novel "Unnmortal", and how they are embodied there.
A discussion of the supporting cast in my new novel "Unmortal", and the roles they play.
My new novel, "Unmortal", eighth in the Infinimata Press lineup, is now available in both paperback and ebook editions!
An introduction to the roster of characters for my new novel "Unmortal", starting with the main characters.
Goodbye, "Unmortal"; hello, "Shunga-Satori" - or whatever I do work on next!
How everything from 'The Battle Of Algiers' to 'Soul Eater' fed into the making of my new novel.
Some creative news for the new year at Chez Infinimata.
A rundown of some of the other stories and films that influenced "Unmortal"'s growth and direction.
"Unmortal", the new book, is ready to go. I'm pleased with what I ended up with.
How the core idea for my new fantasy novel "Unmortal" spun out into an alternate history of civilization.
How my new novel "Unmortal" started as "a fantasy story that realized it was cyberpunk and woke up screaming".
A peek into the near future of Infinimata Press, and maybe also the far future.
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The "arc of coming-together" for my new book was very much in line with how it's been for me with past projects I thought highly of.
Dead projects of mine, and their tombstones.
On the balance between a story with too many rules and not enough.
The whole of my back catalog has now been reissued under the Infinimata Press label. Pop your own champagne.
How I've tried to avoid using the template of a real-world story for my own fiction.
I'm pleased to announce Tokyo Inferno has been returned to print in a spiffy new edition, with remastered interiors and redesigned cover art!