On Saturday, my crit group was treated to a visit by award-winning SF writer, Nancy Fulda. Nancy was back in the Bay Area to visit her family, and she graciously let herself be stolen for lunch. As writers do, we dashed through topic after topic about our books, writing tips, our books, publishing, our books, our goals, critique groups, our books, critics, promotion…
We had a blast.
Nancy wins awards like the rest of us breathe. From a Writers of the Future Finalist to the Phobos Award and winner of the Baen Memorial Contest, she’s nominated this year for a Hugo and Nebula, for her short story, Movement. This isn’t her first Nebula nomination, either.
Since I prefer novels to short stories – although I loved Movement – I’m thrilled to say she’s working on her first novel. You can bet that one will be on my shelf.
Nancy has been published in Asimov’s, Clarkesworld, and many other places, but she now has all of her shorts, novelettes, and novellas available as paperbacks and several ebook formats. You can read Movement online here. I promise you will be impressed.