Eurocon 2016 schedule

My schedule at Eurocon 2016 in Barcelona, 4-6 November

Friday, 4 November, 16:45-17:30, CCCB – Auditori
Launch of BARCELONA TALES, with editor/publisher Ian Whates of NewCon Press and several contributors

Sunday, 6 November, 12:45-1:30, CCCB, Aula 1
Is there a Southern European SF?
Anders Bellis | Claude Lalumière | Arrate Hidalgo | Luis Filipe Silva | Francesco Verso

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Barcelona Tales: cover and contents

Cover and full ToC for Barcelona Tales (NewCon Press), edited by Ian Whates, and launching at Eurocon 2016 in Barcelona (I’ll be attending the launch)

1. The Translator – Lisa Tuttle
2. Secret Stories of Doors – Sofia Rhei
3. Catacomb Saints – Dave Hutchinson
4. A Tale of No City – Rodolfo Martínez
5. The Ravisher, The Thief – Marian Womack
6. Himmler in the Barcelona Hallucination Cell – Ian Watson
7. Dark Pages – Ian Whates
8. Children of the Black Lady – Virginia Pérez de La Puente
9. Equi Maledicti – Sarah Singleton
10. The Dance of the Hippacotara – Claude Lalumière
11. There Will Be Demons – Alberto M. Caliani
12. What Hungers in the Dark – Aliette de Bodard
13. Barcelona/My Love – Elia Barceló

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“The Object of Worship” in DYSTOPIA UTOPIA SHORT STORIES

My story “The Object of Worship” will be reprinted in Dystopia Utopia Short Stories, a forthcoming volume in Flame Tree Publishing’s Gothic & Fantasy anthology series. Here’s the full lineup:

Dystopia UtopiaA Model Life by Kim Antieau

The Festival of the Cull by Steve Carr

Survival Instinct by Carolyn Charron

Glass by Megan Dorei

The Keepers of Madleen by Sarah Lyn Eaton

Order, Excellence, Prosperity by Michelle Kaseler

The Object of Worship by Claude Lalumière

The Woman I Used to Be by Gerri Leen

Greasing the Wheels of History by Konstantine Paradias

The New Law by Jeff Parsons

Walkers by Kelsey Shannahan

Islets of the Blest by Nidhi Singh

The Galaxy’s Cube by Jeremy Szal

Lazarus Girl by J.M. Templet

Decision Day by Russ Thorne

The Interview by M. Darusha Wehm

No More Heroes by Andrew J. Wilson

These new authors will appear alongside the following classic and essential writers: Edward Bellamy, Samuel Butler, Robert W. Chambers, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain, Richard Jefferies, Rudyard Kipling, Jack London, Thomas More, William Morris, Mary Shelley, Voltaire.