Today is the deadline for Nebula nominations. Please remember to vote for your faves! And yes, my novelette 'The Sun From Both Sides' in May's Clarkesworld is eligible and I'd be deeply grateful if you considered it. http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/garcia_05_19/ See you on the other side!
I have two huge announcements! Locus Magazine, has released their yearly recommended reading list, which is the long list for the Locus Awards. My novelette, 'The Sun from Both Sides' has been nominated alongside such incredible authors as Elizabeth Bear, Nnedi Okorafor, N.K. Jemisin, Tobias Buckell, Karen Lord, Nalo Hopkinson, and Rebecca Roanhorse! My story … Continue reading Locus Recommended Reading List and Clarkesworld Readers Poll 2019
It's that time of year again, and I'm happy to have a story out that the SFF community can read and consider, or just enjoy. The Anchorite Wakes was published in Clarkesworld in August, and you can read it here for free. This is my first pro sale, and makes me eligible for the Campbell, Nebula, … Continue reading Awards Eligibility 2018
I've never done this before, so I'll just jump right into it. Hi, my writing name is R.S.A. Garcia and I have a story eligible for awards this year. You can read 'The Bois' for free at this link. Really nice people said some really nice things about the story here and here. There's a … Continue reading 2017 Awards Eligibility
I've been sitting on this for a few days, ever since my last day at the BOCAS Lit Fest actually, and I still can hardly believe it myself. But the proof is right here. LEX TALIONIS, my debut novel, was just awarded the Silver Medal for Best Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror Ebook by the Independent Publishers Book … Continue reading LEX TALIONIS Has Won An IPPY Award!
Hello there! Most of you know me well enough by now that you're aware I come here to natter to myself every once in a while. However, some of you may be coming by for the first time, so I'll just take this moment to let you know that this is also where I talk … Continue reading In Which There Is Shameless Self-Promotion