Friday, August 17, 2007

You've Got, I've Got...

So, Jeff Vandermeer has a movie.
Martin Sketchley has a band.
Chris Roberson has a new book.
And I've got a provisional TOC.

The table of contents for Sideways in Crime: An Alternate Mystery Anthology, folks.
Here it is:

The People's Machine by Tobias S. Buckell
Running the Snake by Kage Baker
Via Vortex by John Meaney
The Blood of Peter Francisco by Paul Park
G-Men by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
The Adventure of the Southsea Trunk by Jack McDevitt
Sacrifice by Mary Rosenblum
Murder in Geektopia by Paul Di Filippo
Fate and The Fire-lance by Stephen Baxter
Chicago by Jon Courtenay Grimwood
Worlds of Possibilities by Pat Cadigan
Conspiracies: A Very Condensed 937-Page Novel by Mike Resnick & Eric Flint
A Murder in Eddsford by SM Stirling
The Sultan's Emissary by Theodore Judson
Death on the Crosstime Express by Chris Roberson

8 comments:

Jonathan said...

Very nice ToC! Can't wait to see the final book, when it's ready. I'm sure it'll be a hit.

Lou Anders said...

Thanks. I hope so, but I will say, I really, really had a fun time with this one.

John D. said...

Sweet! That's a damn fine lineup.

Ariel said...

Excellent line-up. Looking forward to this one immensely.

Lou Anders said...

Thanks to you both! I'm doing my final read through tomorrow, and I'm looking forward to seeing it start to finish. Lots of Aztecs and Airships, btw.

Blue Tyson said...

Sounds like a nifty idea.

Stu Shiffman said...

This really sounds great, Lou. I'm looking forward to this. Mystery and alternate history are two of my favorite things.

Lou Anders said...

Thanks Stu. I'm reading it in order now, just finished Toby's and am moving to Kage's - looking at how the transitions go, etc...