I’ve recently completed the third book in the Bengal Station series, Cosmopath, which will be published by Solaris in January 2010. Xenopath, the second in the series, will come out in summer.
Starship Fall, the second novella in the Starship series, is due out from NewCon Press in April.
Gilbert and Edgar on Mars, a novella featuring G.K. Chesterton and Edgar Rice Burroughs on the red planet, is due out in summer from PS Publishing.
Two children’s books, Guilty and A Dinosaur Ate My Socks, will be published by Barrington Stoke later this year.
Short stories will be appearing in Asimov’s, Postscripts, Mike Ashley’s Mindblowing SF anthology from Robinson, and elsehwere later this year.
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Last May I attended the American Book Exposition in LA to sign copies of Kéthani and proof copies of Necropath. The highlight of the three days was a spectacular toucan attack on friend and writer Nathan Long. A stall across the aisle had a ‘tame’ toucan on hand to promote their pet care manuals, and for some reason the avian menace took a dislike to Nathan, flew across and clawed his face. It’s a hard life, being a writer.
The rest of the Expo passed without incident. Hi to all the fans and readers I met there.
Now, back to the reality of grey English summer days, and work on the next novel.