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Laura Anne Gilman is the author of the popular Cosa Nostradamus novels, the Nebula award-nominated The Vineart War trilogy, and the Portals duology, in addition to short fiction from many fine publishers. Her next project is the weird west/divergent history  SILVER ON THE ROAD, coming from Simon & Schuster/Saga Press in 2015.

She has dipped her pen into the mystery field as well, writing the Gin & Tonic series as L.A. Kornetsky.

biophotoMs. Gilman is represented by the Barry Goldblatt Literary Agency, and is a member of the publishing co-operative Book View Cafe.

You can contact her directly, or follow her on Twitter

 

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Puppy (and kitten, and human) love!

A new review for L.A. Kornetsky’s DOGHOUSE! (if you’re too busy to click through, I’ll give you the sum-up: “Explosions, bar brawls, and intelligent sleuths combine for a great read. I’d recommend it to fans of cozy mysteries.” - Krista McKeeth  Woo!)      

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My RoberCon schedule

    Reminder that I’ll be Writer GoHing at RoberCon in Binghamton NY next week, September 27-28! For them as will be there, and them as follow along at a distance, my schedule… SATURDAY: 11 a.m. When It All Falls Apart: Dystopian Fiction and Our Modern Times Presenters: Crystal Sarakas (moderator), April Steenburgh, Laura Anne […]

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Fourth Quarter and the clock’s ticking…

Today is when estimated 3rd Q taxes are due in the mail, if that’s a thing that you need be concerned with. Just a friendly reminder from your neighborhood freelancer…. Meanwhile, the editorial revisions to CLAWED (Gin & Tonic #4) are back with my editor as of this morning (on schedule, go me!). So what’s […]

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Today is fucking CANCELLED.

Graham Joyce has lost his fight with cancer. The world is a less-well-lit place, now. Graham was the first -and to this day, only – writer I’ve ever shamelessly fangirled, interrupting him at a solo lunch at World Fantasy to tell him how much I loved REQUIEM. The next time I saw him, a year later, […]

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Hi! Didja miss me?

I’m home from DragonCon. It was a blast, even though I didn’t get to indulge my fannish side as much as I’d have liked (too damn busy!). Great panels, enthusiastic audiences, Jess brought me brownies (they were GOOD), people liked my reading, I got to see fellow writers I don’t get to see often, had […]

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