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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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Will Write 2 Feed Others – This thing I do, v. 2014

Moving and deadlines and Life have gotten a nasty delay in my plans, but yes, #Willwrite2feedothers is happening. But what, some of you who weren’t around or paying attention last year, are asking, is #Willwrite2feedothers? It’s this. I’m careful about where I give my charity money. I do my research, I look at the percentage […]

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State of the Meerkat: Waiting, and Revising

Two weeks before the move, and I’m living a weird kind of half-life.  Ideally, this makes me focus more on the work.  Ideally. Lunch with my agent this week, to discuss projects pending, and new.  Which means I really need to get the existing stuff off my desk and onto someone else’s (editor and/or formatters). […]

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Worldbuilders 2014

So we’re a little bit hectic here at Ch. Felidae, getting ready to shift across the continent for a bit, and so we missed the first week of Worldbuilders’ fundraiser.  But I’ve got your link here, never fear! But wait, wait, some of you don’t know about Worldbuilders? Every year, a bunch of us writer- […]

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Updatery, various and sundry

My only comments about the election are that with democracy, sometimes we get the government other people deserved.  Also, that not giving up/not losing faith is the best fuck you we can give to those who want to haul us back to the 1950′s (or 1850′s). I’m off to World Fantasy today. Over the weekend, Subtenant will be cat-minding, […]

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Revisionary Update

SILVER ON THE ROAD is now, officially, the longest book I’ve ever written, and I still have another 75 pages to revise (exactly where Mine Editor sayeth “give us more detail!”) So. Yeah.   (for those wondering, that means we’re past the 126,000 word mark. Certain Writers may call that a novella, but for me, […]

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