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I wrote World of Riverside fanfiction before I got hired to write and produce on the prequel serial Tremontaine. To celebrate the release of the season 1 hardcover and paperback, I wrote a little bit about how that happened, why it’s weird, … Continue reading
Tremontaine is here, and people like it, including: The Washington Post: “The real magic is how well six authors can spin together a narrative. The book is a prequel of sorts to Ellen Kushner’s ‘Swordspoint’ series, but stands perfectly well … Continue reading
We’re very pleased to note that Tremontaine S1, out in paperback and hardcover from SAGA Press in May 2017 and already available digitally from Serial Box Publishing, has made Locus’s annual list of recommended reads compiled by editors, reviewers, and other SFF … Continue reading
It’s SF/F awards season, and Tremontaine is eligible in various categories. Frankly, so is some of our PNR stuff, but it’s the Tremontaine stuff that is really confusing. It’s a done thing in SF/F circles to let people know how an what you’ve … Continue reading
The cover for the paperback and hardcover editions of Tremontaine Season 1 is here! In a city where sharp swords cut deep and sharp wit cuts even deeper, two strangers come to town. One is a brash young spy from across the … Continue reading
Writing and editing on season 2 of Tremontaine wrapped the same day as my episode of the season (“A Rushing of Wings,” written with Paul Witcover) went live. Our episode features a road trip, a highwayman, a rescue attempt, and a … Continue reading