The last few months have been really cool. Let me list the ways:
1. Haunted Legends came out.
2. "The Water Tower" was accepted for reprint in the Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror.
3. I found an agent, Beth Fleisher. She works with BG Literary, and I couldn't be more pleased with her so far. I just sent her the revised version of my novel, and if it meets her approval, she'll be submitting it soon.
4. Finally, Chizine Publications has accepted my short story collection, Shoebox Train Wreck to be published in Fall of 11 or Spring of 12. Still negotiating contract stuff, so hopefully I'll know more soon. If you aren't familiar with Chizine, they put out some of the most beautiful books. Check their covers out here.
Some other folks have had some good times recently as well:
Sam W. Anderson has a funny (and twisted) story in the recently released Blood Lite II.
Erik Williams continues his hot streak with more best sellers at the Horror Mall. Check out Blood Spring and The Reverend's Powder, not to mention his books available for the Kindle.
The Horror Library 4 is up for preorder. It contains stories by Erik, Kim Despins, and Kurt Dinan.
Speaking of Kurt, his story "Nub Hut" will also be appearing in The Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror.
Ian Rogers has a new chapbook out from Burning Effigy Press called The Ash Angels. It's already been very well reviewed.
Paul Tremblay's collection In the Mean Time is due out any day from Chizine. I'm really looking forward to this one.
John Rector is still selling The Cold Kiss. If you haven't picked one up yet, do yourself a favor and buy a copy now. He's also got The Grove coming soon.
If I missed anyone, I apologize, but that's all the linking I can handle on a Saturday morning.