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Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany (edited by Nisi Shawl and Bill Campbell)

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30 Jan 2015 08:49 - 30 Jan 2015 08:51 #1 by Seregil of Rhiminee
Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany (edited by Nisi Shawl and Bill Campbell)

Rosarium Publishing
July 2015


Rosarium Publishing is pleased and proud to announce the Table of Contents for “Stories for Chip: A Tribute to Samuel R. Delany,” forthcoming in July 2015.

This book will honor science fiction’s living legend, the author of over 20 novels, approximately as many short stories, five notable memoirs and counting, and ten essential books of genre criticism. SFWA Grand Master, Science Fiction Hall of Fame inductee, and multiple award-winner Samuel R. Delany (“Chip” to his friends) has inspired and taught many of us, directly and indirectly, by example and by intent.

Over a three-month submission period, “Stories for Chip” editors Nisi Shawl and Bill Campbell received a multitude of stories and critical essays to consider for inclusion in this important anthology. In alphabetical order by author, here are their final selections:

Christopher Brown Festival
Chesya Burke For Sale: Fantasy Coffin
Roz Clarke Haunt-type Experience
Kathryn Cramer Characters in the Margins of a Lost Notebook
Vincent Czyz Hamlet's Ghost Sighted in Frontenac, KS
Junot Díaz Nilda
Geetanjali Dighe The Last Dying Man
L. Timmel Duchamp Real Mothers, a Faggot Uncle, and the Name of the Father: Samuel R. Delany's Feminist Revisions of the Story of SF
Hal Duncan An Idyll in Erewhyna
Fabio Fernandes Eleven Stations
Jewelle Gomez Be Three
Eileen Gunn Michael Swanwick and Samuel R. Delany at the Joyce Kilmer Service Area, March 2005
Nick Harkaway Billy Tumult
Ernest Hogan Guerilla Mural of a Siren's Song
Nalo Hopkinson & Nisi Shawl Jamaica Ginger
Walidah Imarisha Walking Science Fiction: Samuel Delany and Visionary Fiction
Alex Jennings Heart of Brass
Tenea D. Johnson Each Star a Sun to Invisible Planets
Ellen Kushner Delany Story
Claude Lalumiere Empathy Evolving as a Quantum of Eight-Dimensional Perception
Isiah Lavender Delany Encounters
devorah major Voice Prints
Haralambi Markov Holding Hands with Monsters
Anil Menon Clarity
Carmelo Rafala Song for the Asking
Kit Reed Kickenders
Kim Stanley Robinson Introduction
Benjamin Rosenbaum The First Gate of Logic
Geoff Ryman Capitalism in the 22nd Century
Alex Smith Clones
Michael Swanwick On My First Reading of The Einstein Intersection
Sheree Renee Thomas River Clap Your Hands
Kai Ashante Wilson "Legendaire"

Rosarium is the noted publisher of Mothership: Tales of Afrofuturism and Beyond.

Editor Nisi Shawl is the author of the James Tiptree, Jr. Award-winning collection Filter House. Delany pronounced her one of the best short story writers he has ever read. Previously she edited Bloodchildren: Stories by the Octavia E. Butler Scholars, and WisCon Chronicles 5: Writing and Racial Identity. With Rebecca J. Holden, Shawl co-edited Locus Award finalist Strange Matings: Science Fiction, Feminism, African American Voices, and Octavia E. Butler. Since its inception in 2011 she has edited reviews for The Cascadia Subduction Zone, a feminist literary quarterly. She’s a co-founder of the Carl Brandon Society and a board member for Clarion West.

Editor Bill Campbell is the author of Sunshine Patriots and Koontown Killing Kaper. Along with Edward Austin Hall, he co-edited the groundbreaking anthology, Mothership: Tales from Afrofuturism and Beyond. Campbell lives in Washington, DC, where he spends his time with his family, helps produce audio books for the blind, and helms Rosarium Publishing.
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