Seanan McGuire (seanan_mcguire) wrote,
Seanan McGuire

If you hurry, you can still catch the tide, my love...

...if you hurry you can still catch the tide.

This is the remaining shape of my 2013, with travel dates and everything. Beautiful travel dates. Hope to see you sometime in the months to come. The bulk of the list is now 2014, as we are sailing blithely on into its bright and unknown harbors.

Short stories appearing in anthologies or magazines will have the name of the anthology/magazine following the release date in italics. If there is no anthology/magazine listed, the story is either a website freebie or the publication has not yet been announced.


"We Both Go Down Together," November 19 2013.
"Frontier ABCs: The Life and Times of Charity Smith, Schoolteacher," December 3 2013 (Raygun Chronicles).
"Red as Snow," December 2013 (Fiction River).

Half-Off Ragnarok, March 4 2014.
"Jammed," April 1 2014 (Weird World of Sports).
"Knit a Sweater Out of Sky," May 13 2014 (Dead But Not Forgotten).
"Stingers and Strangers," May 2014.
Sparrow Hill Road, June 3 2014.
The Winter Long, September 2 2014.
Symbiont, October 28 2014.

"The Happiest Place...," unknown.
"No Sooner Met," unknown.
"The Fixed Stars," unknown.


SFContario, November 29-December 1 2013, Toronto Canada.

Boskone 51, February 14-16 2014, Boston MA.
FOGcon 4, March 7-9, Walnut Creek CA.
Emerald City Comicon, March 28-30, Seattle WA.
Norwescon 37, April 17-20, Seattle WA.
San Diego International Comic Con, July 24-27, San Diego CA.
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:

"The Ghosts of Bourbon Street"
"Oh Pretty Bird"
"Forbidden Texts"
"Help Us Bring About an Eternal Halloween"
"Each to Each"
"Fruiting Bodies"
"Carry Me Home"
"Pixie Season"
"These Antique Fables"
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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