I've had a number of short stories published in 2016 (will write a separate post on this) but if there's one thing I'd like you to seriously consider, come award nomination and voting time, it's my book TRAVELER OF WORLDS: CONVERSATIONS WITH ROBERT SILVERBERG (which, cough cough, is eligible for the Hugo Award for Best Related Work), published by Fairwood Press in August 2016.
The book was a passion project for me, and all reader responses so far have been very positive. If you're interested in the history of science fiction, in the writing process, and in the writing life (and associational activities) of one of the field's Grand Masters, this book is for you. Gardner Dozois, a legend in his own right, provided a lovely introduction, and Karen Haber (Robert Silverberg's wife) did the Afterword. Kim Stanley Robinson, Mike Resnick, Nancy Kress, Sheila Williams, Jack Skillingstead and John Clute all said nice things about it.
Here's a roundup of some great reviews and/or mentions of TRAVELER OF WORLDS, including coverage in The Washington Post, Locus, Locus Online, Kirkus Reviews, Science Fiction Studies, The Future Fire, and other cool places, as well as a few guest posts, including an interview at The Huffington Post: