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- The 2014 World Fantasy Life Achievement Award winners are Ellen Datlow
and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. This year's World Fantasy Convention will be
held November 6-9th in Washington DC. More info:
- Chelsea Quinn Yarbro has been named a Guest of Honor at World FantasyConvention 2015, which will be held November 5-8, 2015 at the Saratoga City Center in Saratoga Springs, New York. A Facebook page for this 41st World Fantasy Convention is up and running; check back for the official website and more details.
- Chelsea Quinn Yarbro has been named Author Guest of Honor at Conjecture/ConChord 2014, to be held in San Diego, CA October 10-12th, 2014. Click here to find out more: http://www.conjecture.org
- Chelsea Quinn Yarbro returns to Dragon Con as a Guest for Dragon Con 2014, to be held in Atlanta, GA August 29-September 1, 2014. More details on the convention and how to attend can be found at http://www.dragoncon.org.
- Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's Official Facebook Fan Page is live: http://www.facebook.com/authorchelseaquinnyarbro. If you are on Facebook, please consider "liking" it and sharing the page with your friends and family.
- The first three volumes in the high fantasy Vildecaz Talents
series are now available digitally from Avalerion Books: Nimuar's Loss (#1), The Deceptive Oracle (#2) and Agnith's Promise (#3). The novels are also available in a single, omnibus edition (bound and digital formats) under the title The Vildecaz Talents.
- Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's first Western, The Law in Charity (published in 1989), will be reissued as an e-book and print on demand bound edition as part of Oakledge Press's inaugural list. It is scheduled for release in 2014; Oakledge-Press.com will have more details. About The Law in Charity: Texas Territories, 1848. At the edge of the mountains, in what would someday become Colorado, the frontier community of Charity needs someone to bring law and order. When the Town Council hires a sheriff, they make a surprising choice. Jason Nicholas Everard Russell is a horse lover, a world traveler, a former Bow Street Runner, and the illegitimate son of an English lord. He has learned the hard way about the horror and futility of violence. Though skilled with a gun, his preferred weapons are a baton and his wits. When a gang of murderous outlaws terrorizes the town, Russell’s peace-loving ways and his mission to protect the people of Charity are put to a severe test.
Night Pilgrims --- Saint-Germain #26 --- is now available in hardcover and digital editions from Tor Books. In Night Pilgrims, Saint-Germain is living in a monastery in Egypt when he is hired to guide a group of pilgrims to underground churches in Ethiopia. The vampire finds a companion in a lovely widow who later fears that her dalliance with the Count will prevent her from reaching Heaven. The pilgrims begin to fall prey to the trials of travel in the Holy Lands; some see visions and hear the word of God; others are seduced by desires for riches and power. A visit to the Chapel of the Holy Grail brings many quarrels to a head; Saint-Germain must use all his diplomacy and a good deal of his strength to keep the pilgrims from slaughtering one another.
Read an excerpt from Night Pilgrims at Tor.com.
- Yarbro completed and turned in Saint-Germain #27, Sustenance, to her editor at Tor. The novel is set in western Europe and Scandinavia 1949-1952 and will be published in hardcover and e-book on December 2nd.
- Many of Yarbro's older, out of print Saint-Germain, Olivia and Madelaine
novels have recently been released as e-books courtesy of Tor Books and Open Road (the latter acquired E-Reads in 2014), including:
Hotel Transylvania (Open Road)
The Palace (Open Road)
Blood Games (Open Road)
Path of the Eclipse (Tor)
Tempting Fate (Tor)
Night Blooming (Tor)
Midnight Harvest (Tor)
A Flame in Byzantium (Olivia; Tor)
Crusader's Torch (Olivia;Tor)
A Candle for d'Artagnan (Olivia; Tor)
- Other Saint-Germain and Madelaine titles currently available in print or e-book editions include:
Out of the House of Life (Madelaine; trade paperback from Tor)
Darker Jewels (trade paperback from Tor)
Better in the Dark (trade paperback from Tor)
Mansions of Darkness (trade paperback from Tor)
Blood Roses (trade paperback from Tor)
Communion Blood (trade paperback from Tor)
Come Twilight (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
A Feast in Exile (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
Dark of the Sun (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
States of Grace (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
Roman Dusk (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
Borne in Blood (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
Saint-Germain: Memoirs (trade paperback from Elders Signs Press)
A Dangerous Climate (trade paperback and as an e-book from Tor)
Burning Shadows (e-book from Tor)
An Embarrassment of Riches (e-book from Tor)
Commedia della Morte (hardcover and as an e-book from Tor)
In the Face of Death (Madelaine; e-book from Hidden Knowledge and a trade paperback from Ben Bella Books)
- Open Road has released digital editions of several stand-alone fantasy, horror and science novels, including:
Ariosto (alternate history/fantasy)
False Dawn (science fiction)
A Mortal Glamour (historical horror)
A Baroque Fable (fantasy)
To the High Redoubt (historical fantasy)
Her earlier stand-alone e-books, Magnificat and Alas, Poor Yorick, are still available digitally from Hidden Knowledge.
- Yarbro's nonfiction workbook on writing, Fine-Tuning Fiction, is now available as an e-book. Fine-Tuning Fiction began as a two-part writing seminar Yarbro gave at the Writers Connection in Cupertino, California. This digital workbook combines both the lecture and the lab portions of Yarbro's seminars. Jane Friedman, Word Play: Helping Writers Become Authors and Penguin's Book Country have all featured special excerpts from the book.
- Napoleon Must Die and Death Wears a Crown --- two historical mysteries featuring Victoire Vernet --- are now available as e-books from Event Horizon EBooks. Co-written with Bill Fawcett, both novels were originally published in 1993 under the “Quinn Fawcett” pseudonym.