Aurora Nomination for Superhero Universe

Superhero Universe (Tesseracts Nineteen)Superhero Universe: Tesseracts Nineteen (Edge), which I co-edited with Mark Shainblum, is a finalist for the Aurora Award in the Best Related Work category. 2017 Aurora Award winners will be announced at Hal-Con on 23 September.

The anthology features all-new work by these authors:

John Bell ~ P.E. Bolivar ~ Kevin Cockle ~ Evelyn Deshane ~ Marcelle Dubé ~ Chadwick Ginther ~ Patrick T. Goddard ~ Kim Goldberg ~ Geoff Hart ~ Sacha A. Howells ~ Arun Jiwa ~ D.K. Latta ~ Michael Matheson ~ Bernard E. Mireault ~ Luke Murphy ~ Brent Nichols ~ David Perlmutter ~ Mary Pletsch & Dylan Blacquiere ~ Jennifer Rahn ~ Corey Redekop ~ Alex C. Renwick ~ Jason Sharp ~ Bevan Thomas ~ Leigh Wallace ~ A.C. Wise

Boréal 2017

borealdateCe weekend prochain — 5-7 mai — je suis invité à Boréal 2017, à Québec, à la Maison de la littérature (40, rue Saint-Stanislas) le vendredi et au Monastère des Augustines (77, rue des Remparts) le samedi et dimanche. Voici les détails de ma programmation:

Samedi, 6 mai

9h-10h, Salle A (Noviciat 1-2)
Les adaptations et la bande dessinée
Rémi Paradis (A), Michèle Laframboise, Laurence Suhner, Claude Lalumière

10h-11h, Salle B (Communauté 1)
Uchronies canadiennes
Caroline-Isabelle Caron (A), Jean-Louis Trudel. Alain Ducharme, Claude
Lalumière

Dimanche, 7 mai

10h-11h, Salle A (Noviciat 1-2)
Confidences d’auteurs
Claude Lalumière, Jonathan Brassard, Véronique Drouin

11h00-11h30, Salle D (Voûtes)
Claude Lalumière – dédicaces

VENERA DREAMS hits the web

Venera DreamsMy fourth book — Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment — will be published August 2017 by MiroLand / Guernica Editions. It’s just now starting to hit the web for pre-order:

Amazon Canada | Amazon UK | Amazon US | Barnes & Noble |  Chapters/Indigo | Goodreads

praise for Venera Dreams: A Weird Entertainment
“Insanely brilliant … wildly entertaining” – Barnes & Noble Book Club
“Filled with blunt, carnal imagery and a moist, pulsing energy … with unique characters” – Tangent Online
“A complex hallucinatory interweaving of influences” – RoverArts
“Bizarre, fascinating, hilarious” – The Portal / The World SF Blog
“Raw emotions … intimate” – Nicky Drayden, author of The Prey of Gods
“Sublime against a backdrop of fashionable European decadence” – Pointless Philosophical Asides
“Sophisticated cosmic horror … so unique and enjoyable” – Dead End Follies