Scott Lynch has announced a schedule shift in the release of the next installment of his Gentleman Bastard series, The Thorn of Emberlain, from Autumn 2015 to a 2016 date. Citing health reasons (we wish him all the best), Lynch nonetheless assures that the completion of the manuscript is near and that he will appear at various events this year. He also thanks his readers and fans for their “continued patience and support.”
To alleviate any withdrawal, we suggest to go over to Uncanny Magazine to read or re-read Lynch’s excellent short story “A Year and a Day in Old Theradane.” It’s just been released, as it was announced previously. Enjoy!
Scott Lynch’s short story featuring Amarelle Parathis and her gang of thieves extraordinaires-originally published in the Rogues anthology-will be featured in the July issue of Uncanny Magazine. Go and get it!
Locus has announced the finalists in each category of their 2015 Awards. ‘A Year and a Day in Old Theradane’ by Scott Lynch has been selected in the Novelette category, along with Joe Abercrombie’s ‘Tough Times All Over’ from the same Rogue anthology and Elizabeth Bear’s ‘The Hand Is Quicker.’ Winners will be announced in Seattle WA, June 26-28, 2015. Good luck to all!
April 15th is not only the deadline to file your US taxes; it is also the last day to cast your vote for the Locus Awards. Scott Lynch’s “A Year and a Day in Old Theradane” from the Rogues anthology is eligible and listed in the Best Novelette category.
Go and support your favorite authors!
The 2015 Hugo & Campbell Award Nominations are now open. “A Year and a Day in Old Theradane” by Scott Lynch from the Rogue anthology is eligible in the Novelette category. Anyone who is or was a voting member of the 2014, 2015, or 2016 Worldcons can nominate. Go and support Scott!
On a related note, the same work made it into the 2014 Recommended Reading List published in the February issue of the Locus magazine. Congratulations, Scott!