The correct cover of Damien Broderick's "Embarrass My Dog" shows the author as a hippie dog.
San Antonio-based sf author Damien Broderick has hit the ground running in 2011.
Fantastic Books has just released “The Qualia Engine,” Broderick’s first U.S. sf short story collection, a companion to last year’s novella collection “Uncle Bones.” The [Read it all...]
James Morrow's "Shambling Towards Hiroshima"
LAWRENCE, KANS. — Sometime San Antonian Damien Broderick’s short story “This Wind Blowing, and this Tide” tied for second place for the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. His story was neck-and-neck in voting with Sara Genge’s “As Women Fight” and John Barnes’ “Things Undone.”
The first-place Sturgeon went to James [Read it all...]
Broderick’s Dark Gray finally sighted over U.S. shores.
If you happen to see Aussie-turned-San Antonian DAMIEN BRODERICK, buy him a celebratory beer. Scratch that. Buy him two.
First, Damien’s story “This Wind Blowing, and This Tide,” is a finalist for a 2010 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, a juried award that recognizes the previous year’s outstanding [Read it all...]