Cover of Silver on the Road by L A Gilman
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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  SILVER ON THE ROAD, coming from Simon & Schuster/Saga Press in October 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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Heading into the Weekend…

This weekend, I am not at ECCC or at the Supernatural convention happening in town.  Mainly because I didn’t get my act together in time to deal with either.  So it goes.  The weekend seems to be filled with Stuff to Do, anyway.  Imagine that.  :-) Life is chaotic, and a little stressy, but good.  This diagram […]

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The Obligatory Occasional My Accountant Makes Me, Post

“The profession of book writing makes horse racing seem like a solid, stable business.” -John Steinbeck     with that quote in mind, let me remind everyone that: a) you can pre-order CLAWED! (and catch up on the first three L.A. Kornetsky mysteries!)   b) you can pre-order SILVER ON THE ROAD! and make sure […]

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Opinions are Like Assholes…

Ooops.  According to Clean Reader, “asshole” might not appear in the text. Writers – who choose our words carefully, use them deliberately – aren’t thrilled with this Bowdlerizing app.  Readers shouldn’t be, either. It’s an attempt to take away freedom of expression, a power play by those who would control what we see/think/feel. No thanks. […]

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My Norwescon Panel Schedule for Approved Stalking

One of the bonuses of moving to the west coast is a bunch of new conventions become my “locals” – including Norwescon, the weekend of April 2nd-5th. So if you’re going to be there too, and find yourself shut out from all the GRRM-y GoH goodness by the crowds, here’s where I’ll be….  (all rooms […]

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Sir Terry

Everyone’s remembering Terry Pratchett, who has left us – not of his own will but under his own terms – too soon, at age 66, one step ahead and one finger raised to the Alzheimer’s trying to destroy him. My memory of Terry Pratchett is not Discworld-related. I came very late to the Discworld books. […]

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