Volume 2 Episode 4: Aliens: Bug Hunt

Coming out this month is Aliens: Bug Hunt, a new anthology of stories in the setting of the Alien movies that focus on the Colonial Marines. Keith talks about his love for the film franchise, how happy he is to be in this anthology alongside luminaries Dan Abnett, Rachel Caine, Larry Correia, David Farland, Matt Forbeck, Ray Garton, Christopher Golden, Heather Graham, Brian Keene, Paul Kupperberg, Tim Lebbon, Jonathan Maberry (who also edited the anthology), James A. Moore, Yvonne Navarro, Weston Ochse, Mike Resnick, and Scott Sigler, and reads his contribution to the anthology, “Deep Background.”


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Show notes:

Aliens: Bug Hunt is available from bookstores as well as from online retailers Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indie Bound, or Kobo, or directly from the publisher. The official on-sale date is actually on my 48th birthday, the 18th of April 2017, not the day before as I said in the podcast. (Oops.)

Only a few days left to support the Mermaid Precinct Kickstarter!

Upcoming conventions: Zenkaikon 2017 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania in April; Balticon 51 in Baltimore, Maryland in May; Toastmaster at InConJunction 2017 in Indianapolis, Indiana in July; Shore Leave 39 in Cockeysville, Maryland in July; Dragon Con in Atlanta, Georgia in September.

updated schedule

In this post, I put up a tentative schedule for 2017. I have updated it with two changes. One is minor: the Orphan Black book I’m doing has been announced, so I can say with impunity that that’s what I’ll be doing for June.

In addition, I’ve changed the May podcast. It was originally going to be about my upcoming urban fantasy novel A Furnace Sealed, but I want to hold off on that until closer to the release date. Besides, May is when the third book in the Marvel “Tales of Asgard” trilogy, Warriors Three: Godhood’s End will be released, so I’m gonna talk about that trilogy, with a reading from Godhood’s End.

Full schedule here.