Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Publisher's Lunch

Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Michael Planck's debut FIRAXE, in which humanity's first contact comes in the brutal decimation of the planet Firaxe and together a mismatched pair of rescuers discover that an imminent alien invasion might be the least of humanity's concerns and that the cruel truth about the planet's destruction lies closer to home, to David Hartwell at Tor, in a nice deal, by Kristin Nelson at Nelson Literary Agency (NA & UK).
Well, then. It's official - even if they spelled my name wrong. But then, who doesn't?

It was the only sci-fi/fantasy sale announced today, although one of the general fiction books was about moon colonization. I guess that's not sci-fi anymore?

Anyway, look for it on the shelves sometime next year. Don't worry, I'll remind you again. :D

1 comment:

Tez Miller said...

Hmm...don't see how your name is incorrectly spelled. Enlighten us, Wise One!