Seanan McGuire (seanan_mcguire) wrote,
Seanan McGuire

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You're a faith healer on TV, you're an office park without any trees...

...corporate and cold, gushing for gold, leave me alone.

This is the current shape of my 2013, with travel dates and everything. Beautiful travel dates. Hope to see you sometime in the months to come. 2014 is now half the list, July 2014 is closer to "now" than January 2013. And other horrifying thoughts. (Most horrifying of all, the first 2015 date has appeared. Gleep.)


"Not Sincere" (Indexing, episode #10), September 24 2013.
"Forbid the Sea," September 2013.
"Scarlet Flowers" (Indexing, episode #11), October 8 2013.
"Train Yard Blues," October 13 2013.
"Midway Relics and Dying Breeds," October 15 2013 (audio only).
"Bad Apple" (Indexing, episode #12), October 22 2013.
Parasite, October 29 2013.
"Frontier ABCs: The Life and Times of Charity Smith, Schoolteacher," November 12 2013.
"Red as Snow," December 2013.

Half-Off Ragnarok, March 4 2014.
"Jammed," April 1 2014.
"Stingers and Strangers," May 2014.
Sparrow Hill Road, June 3 2014.
The Winter Long, September 2 2014.
Symbiogenesis, November 2014.

"The Happiest Place...," unknown.
"No Sooner Met," unknown.
"The Fixed Stars," unknown.
"We Both Go Down Together," unknown.


Mile Hi Con 45, October 18-20, Denver CO.
Disneyland, October 25-28, Anaheim CA.
Parasite release party at Borderlands Books, October 29, San Francisco CA.
Parasite release party at Books Inc., October 30, Mt. View CA.
Parasite release party at Mysterious Galaxy, October 31, San Diego CA.
Parasite release party at Barnes and Noble, November 1, Seattle WA.
Parasite release party at Barnes and Noble, November 2, Portland OR.
SFContario, November 29-December 1, Toronto Canada.

Boskone 51, February 14-16 2014, Boston MA.
FOGcon 4, March 7-9, Walnut Creek CA.
Norwescon 37, April 17-20, Seattle WA.
Loncon 3 (Worldcon 2014), August 14-18, London England.
Shamrokon (Eurocon 2014), August 22-24, Dublin Ireland.

Westercon 68, July 2-5 2015, San Diego CA.

No fixed deadline/being written/unsold:

"Knit a Sweater Out Of Sky"
"The Lambs"
"Survival Horror" (formerly "Dark Shapes in Rendered Corners")
"The Ghosts of Bourbon Street"
"Black as Blood"
"Carry Me Home"
"Pixie Season"
"These Antique Fables"
"Daddy Would've Gotten Us Uzis: A Girl, A Gun, An Apocalypse"
Still Catch the Tide

Again, to clarify some recent confusion: some things, especially novel-length things, may appear more than once, on both the "publication date" and "being written" lists. This is because the "being written" list is an aggregate, which also includes "no fixed deadline" (IE, being written on spec or for the website) and "unsold" (IE, being written because I can). So new books will appear there for a long time before they vanish, since books take a long time to write, but may also have pub dates listed higher up.

Look at that list. It's so shiny!
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Am I right in thinking that Still Catch the Tide is the next one in the Toby series?
I think The Winter Long is the next Toby book?
I meant the one after The Winter Long. Seanan says she's usually two books ahead of us, and the title sounds like it's vaguely Shakespearean, so I was wondering...
According to the website, the current titles after "The Winter Long" are "A Red Rose Chain" and "Once Broken Faith."
Still Catch the Tide is not Shakespearean, it's the title of a Talis Kimberley song.

So no, that's not a Toby book. IIRC it would be a standalone.
I can't wait to see you on November 1st! I don't suppose you'd sing a song for us, too...?
I will not, for I shall have no guitarist. :(
*sad frowny face*

I had this total plan where I was going to go to one of your appearances in October, and give you my Aeslin mice fanart in person, because I'm visiting the US OMG, and stuff.

But I leave on the first of November! And I can't get to Disneyland or that con in Colorado.


(Not, like, blaming you or anything, just sort of registering, hey, I was totally going to come to an appearance and be all HEY I LIKE YOUR BOOKS I DREW YOU THIS *blush* BYE NOW I GUESS so feel the sad and frowny love. *grin*)
I embrace the sad and frowny love, and you shall be missed.
I just want to tell you that you're my heroine for referencing Night of the Comet in one of your titles. Sometimes it seems like nobody remembers that movie but me. :)

"The car didn't know the difference!"
One of my favorite films!