I have two Fiji travel stories around at the moment.
“When Suva had a Cinema Paradiso” is a Letter from Suva at The Guardian Weekly.
“Circling Suva”, my travelogue on macabre Fiji, is at Hub Magazine.
‘The Apex Book of Science Fiction‘ has been launched. I cannot wait to read this one! This is the list of contributors. There will be interviews with most at the WorldSF site over the next few weeks.
S.P. Somtow(Thailand)—“The Bird Catcher”
Jetse de Vries(Netherlands)—“Transcendence Express”
Guy Hasson (Israel)—“The Levantine Experiments”
Han Song (China)—“The Wheel of Samsara”
Kaaron Warren (Australia/Fiji)—“Ghost Jail”
Yang Ping (China)—“Wizard World”
Dean Francis Alfar (Phillippines)—“L’Aquilone du Estrellas (The Kite of Stars)”
Nir Yaniv (Israel)—“Cinderers”
Jamil Nasir (Palenstine)—“The Allah Stairs”
Tunku Halim (Malaysia)—“Biggest Baddest Bomoh”
Aliette de Bodard (France)—“The Lost Xuyan Bride”
Kristin Mandigma (Phillippines)—“Excerpt from a Letter by a Social-realist Aswang”
Aleksandar Žiljak (Croatia)—“An Evening In The City Coffehouse, With Lydia On My Mind”
Anil Menon (India)—“Into the Night”
Mélanie Fazi (France, translated by Christopher Priest)—“Elegy”
Zoran Živković (Serbia, translated by Alice Copple-Tošić)—“Compartments”
‘Paper Cities‘, the anthology edited by Ekaterina Sedia and published by Matt Kressell at Senses Five Press, won a World Fantasy Award! It’s available on Kindle now. I love this book. It contains the Aurealis Award winning story “Sammarynda Deep” by Cat Sparks.
That will do for now!