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Simon R. Green's short Stories
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Author:  Templedog [ Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:40 pm ]
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I wish that there was a book that collected all of Simon R. Green's short stories, because some of the older anthologies and magazines are quite expensive.

Here is a list of the short stories.

Soulhunter (Publication date unknown), Fantasy Macabre 3
Awake, Awake, Ye Northern Winds (1979), Swords Against Darkness V
In the Labyrinth (winter 1983), Fantasy Tales, v6 #12
Death is a Lady (1997), Dancing with the Dark
Richard Evans - Remembered (January 1998), The Alien Has Landed #5
Manslayer (2000),Swords Against the Millennium
The Nightside, Needless to Say (October 2004), Powers Of Detection
Razor Eddie’s Big Night Out (July 2006), Cemetery Dance #55
Lucy, at Christmastime (October 2008), Wolfsbane and Mistletoe
Appetite for Murder (December 2008), Unusual Suspects
The Difference A Day Makes (January 2009), Mean Streets
Some of These Cons go Way Back (June, 2009), Cemetery Dance, Number 60

Author:  Steve [ Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:17 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Simon R. Green's short Stories

A book of shorts will come.

There aren't enough story's (yet).

The publication that first carries a story has it for the first 2 years and therefore it can't be republished.

There maybe something in 2011/12.

There be something in the news section when a deals in place.

Author:  Janet [ Sat Feb 19, 2011 8:29 am ]
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Does anyone know which series each of these short stories is for? I have read Mean Streets and this is where I first came across Simon's work. Some of the titles are clear as to which series the stories are for but others are not.

Author:  Steve [ Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:48 am ]
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Not all of them are part of any series.

For example, the list on post 1.
Everything from 'The Nightside, Needless to Say' is a Nightside story. Everything above is a stand alone story.

The character's from 'Awake, Awake, Ye Northern Winds' (long out of print) will be returning in 'Pit of Despair' which is a limited edition hardback out towards the end of this year.

Author:  Janet [ Fri Mar 04, 2011 10:30 am ]
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Thanks,

That explains why I can't find clear information on which series some of the short stories belong to.

Author:  Alvin Fox [ Tue May 29, 2012 7:49 pm ]
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Any news of a short story collection?

Author:  Steve [ Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:37 pm ]
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Alvin Fox wrote:
Any news of a short story collection?


Still waiting for some of the longer contracts to expire... All I can say is 'soon' and add to that the publisher has to have a will to produce one (that's the hard bit in the current climate).

Author:  Kingfisher [ Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:53 pm ]
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Any chance it will include Richard Evans, Remembered?

Appears to be impossible to get hold of, due to being printed in an amusingly small Waterstones mag.

Most annoyed in that I probably picked it up at the time, but didn't know SRG's work.

Also, how about an ebook only release - no faff with contracts and so on, and no splitting the sweet sweet money, if you're struggling with a publisher? Hell, I'd put it together myself in order to read a couple of hard to get stories.

Author:  Steve [ Fri Jun 08, 2012 5:03 pm ]
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I'll contact Simon agent and see if he's able to assemble an ebook collection.

I'll let you all know what happens.

Author:  Steve [ Wed Jun 13, 2012 4:12 pm ]
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Right, after a bit of toing and froing...

There's a good chance there'll be a collection in book form next year. Simon's agent is waiting for a batch of contracts to expire so the stories can be reprinted. That's most of the modern one's.

He's also open to producing an ebook of much older 'stuff'

I was just talking to Simon while he was digging through his 'file' (and I use that word in it's loosest form!).

There a story he's forgotten about printed in the BSFA mag for 1987 and some there from that era !
What he can't find is Richard Evans, Remembered? He was never sent a copy of the mag and (at the moment) the MS is no where to be found. . .

This is something we're going to have to work on. . . more later.

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