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Van Pelt's Bibliography

Saturn Ring Blues

  1. "No Small Change" in After Hours, winter, '91.

  2. "Waiting for the Nightingale" in Lost Creek Letters, autmun, '91.

  3. "Cat Death" in The California Quarterly., '92.

  4. "Plant Life" in Aberrations #9, '93. Honorable mention in Datlow and Windling's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 7th Edition.

  5. "The Love of Children" in The Indiana Review, spring, '92.

  6. "Eight Words" in Pulphouse #19, '95. Honorable mention in Datlow and Windling's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 9th Edition. Reprinted in Cemetery Sonata, '99. In Strangers and Beggars.

  7. "Landscapes" in The Fifth Di . . .. Reprinted in the Star**Anthology December/January, 1998/1999 issue. A Promart publication.

  8. "Teaching" in The Star Anthology #1.

  9. "Nine Fingers on the Flute" in Adventures in Sword and Sorcery. This story received 6 recommendations for Nebula consideration before its eligibility ran out (10 required to make the preliminary ballot). In Strangers and Beggars.

  10. "The Big One" in Analog Science Fiction and Science Fact. Tied for 3rd place in the Anlab reader's poll of best short story in Analog for 1997. This story was translated and then reprinted in the Nov. '97 Greek edition of Asimov's. The story was on the preliminary Nebula ballot for 1999.

  11. "Miss Hathaway's Spider" in Talebones. #11, Spring of '98. This story is posted at their web site. Follow the links starting from http://www.fairwoodpress.com/ The story received a Nebula recommendation. It also was honorably mentioned in the Best of the Rest II anthology of small press fiction. In Strangers and Beggars.

  12. "Happy Ending" in Realms of Fantasy, August, 1998. In Strangers and Beggars.

  13. "The Love of Falmoth" in Odyssey. Issue #5, 1998. Honorable Mention story in the 16th edition of The Year's Best Science Fiction.

  14. "Parallel Highways" in the anthology After Shocks , copyright 2000. Honorable mention in Datlow and Windling's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. In Strangers and Beggars.

  15. "Home" in Realms of Fantasy, Oct. '98. In Strangers and Beggars.

  16. "O Tannenbaum" in Weird Tales, Fall '98.

  17. "The Death Dwarves" in Talebones #13, Fall '98. In Strangers and Beggars.

  18. "Nor a Lender Be" in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, Feb. '99. This story earned a 2nd place in Analog's AnLab reader poll for stories appearing in the magazine in '99. This story made the preliminary Nebula ballot for '00. In Strangers and Beggars.

  19. "Voices" Altair #3, Feb. '99. In Strangers and Beggars.

  20. "The Gift" in Adventures in Sword and Sorcery, #6, '99.

  21. "The Hounds of Winter" co-written with Stoker award winning author, Brian Hopkins, in Realms of Fantasy. August, '99. This story was voted as the best pro-story in the July-September quarter in the Blindside.Net Reader's poll. This story received a recommendation for the '99 Stoker Award.

  22. "Shark Attack: a Love Story" in Weird Tales, Fall, '99. This story received a recommendation for the '99 Stoker Award and recommendations for Nebula consideration. It was included as an Honorable Mention in Datlow and Windling's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror, 13th Edition. In Strangers and Beggars.

  23. "In the Days Still Left" co-written with Stoker award winning author, Brian Hopkins, upcoming sometime in '00 in Bending the Landscape: Horror through Overlook.

  24. "Road Decoy" in Space & Time #91, '00. Honorable mention in Datlow and Windling's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror

  25. "The Diorama" in TransVersions #11. Winter '99. This story was included as an Honorable Mention in Gardner Dozois' The Year's Best Science Fiction, 17th edition. In Strangers and Beggars.

  26. "Two in the Multiverse" in The Third Alternative #20, Summer '99.

  27. "Flying in the Heart of the Lafayette Escadrille" in Quantum, '99.

  28. "Ark Ascension" in the December, '99 Analog: Science Fiction and Fact. This story earned a 3rd place in Analog's AnLab reader poll for stories appearing in the magazine in '99. It also received Nebula recommendations.

  29. "A Real Myth in an Imaginary Time" in On Spec, '99.

  30. "The Comeback" in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, April, '00. In Strangers and Beggars.

  31. "Catching Rays" in the upcoming Stardust science/science fiction text book. Julie Czerneda, editor.

  32. "Christmas Stalking" in Weird Tales, Winter '99.

  33. "Howl Above the Din" in Talebones #18, Winter '00.

  34. "That He Might Yet Find the Unknown" upcoming in Altair.

  35. "The Christmas Story" in Millennium Science Fiction and Fantasy. Posted in their December '99 issue.

  36. "Friday, After the Game" in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, October, '00. Honorable Mention in Gardner Dozois' The Year's Best Science Fiction.

  37. "One in a Thousand" in Altair's web page collection.

  38. "The Safety of the Herd" in Asimov's, Jan. '02.

  39. "Savannah is Six" in Dark Terrors 5, '00. Honorable mention in Datlow and Windling's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror

  40. "Saturn Ring Blues" in On Spec, Spring, 2001. This story also earned honorable mention in the Best of the Soft SF Association's 1999 short story contest. Reprinted in the anthology, Best of the Rest 3: The Best Unknown SF and Fantasy of 2001. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection.

  41. "Resurrection" in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, Jan. '01. This story placed 3rd in the Anlab, Analog's readers' poll for best short stories in the magazine in '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection. In Strangers and Beggars.

  42. "Once They Were Monarchs" in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Dec. '00.

  43. "The Saint From Abdijan" in Extremes: Darkest Africa, Feb. '02. Honorably mentioned in the Datlow/Windling The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #16.

  44. "The Invisible Empire" in The Children of Cthulu, Del Rey Books, '02. Honorably mentioned in the Datlow/Windling The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #16.

  45. "Origin of the Species" in Weird Tales, summer '02. Reprinted in David Hartwell's The Year's Best Fantasy 3. Honorably mentioned in the Datlow/Windling The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #16.

  46. "Night Sweats" in Realms of Fantasy, Feb. 2001. This story was included in the "Recommended Stories This Month" in the April, 2001 Locus.

  47. "What Weena Knew" in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, April, '01. This story placed 2nd in the Anlab, Analog's readers' poll for best short stories in the magazine in '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection. In Strangers and Beggars.

  48. "Working Pushout" in The Third Alternative, Autumn, '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection.

  49. "Nothing is Normal" in On Spec spring, '02.

  50. "Father's Dragon" in On Spec, fall '01.

  51. "The Infodict" in Asimov's, Aug., '01. This story also won second place in The Best of Soft SF, 2000 contest. Locus included this story in their Recommended Reading List for stories published in 2001. It was also nominated for a Theodore Sturgeon Award for best short fiction of the year. The story placed 5th in the Asimov's reader poll for best stories in the magazine in '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection. Honorably mentioned for the '02 Hugo Award for short stories. In Strangers and Beggars.

  52. "The Last Age Should Show Your Heart" in the SFF.NET anthology, Bones of the World, Aug., '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection.

  53. "Perceptual Set" in Analog: Science Fiction and Fact, Jan., '02. Honorably mentioned in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 20th Edition.

  54. "The Stars Underfoot" in Realms of Fantasy, August, '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror.

  55. "The Yard God" in Talebones. Issue #22, fall, '01. Nominated for a Pushcart Prize for 2001. Honorable mention in the Best of Soft SF Contest for stories published in '01. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 19th annual collection. Honorable mention for best stories in '01 in Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling's The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror. In Strangers and Beggars.

  56. "Deathlehem" in Chiaroscuro, issue #11: Treatments of Light and Shade in Words (ChiZine), went live on January 1st, 2002 and will run until March 31st, 2002.

  57. "The Last of the O-Forms" in Asimov's, September, '02. Honorably mentioned in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 20th Edition. This story finished tied for third as the most popular short story in the Asimov's readers' poll for 2002. Preliminary Nebula ballot for '04. Finalist for the Nebula for '04. Reprinted in The Nebula Award Showcase: 2005 anthology. To be reprinted in the Wastelands anthology, edited by John Joseph Adams.

  58. "The Wreath" in the December, '01 issue of Stillwaters Journal. Issue #5. Click on the "archive" button to find the story.

  59. "Its Hour Come Round" in Talebones #24, summer '02. Honorably mentioned in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 20th Edition.

  60. "Far From the Emerald Isle" in Analog, Sept. '02. Honorably mentioned in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 20th Edition.

  61. "The Sound of One Foot Dancing" in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Jan. '03.

  62. "Like a Film Gone Twice" in Future Orbits #4, April, '02. Honorably mentioned in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 20th Edition.

  63. "The Boy Behind the Gate" in Dark Terrors 6, fall '02. Upcoming in The Mammoth Book of New Horror 16. Honorably mentioned in the Datlow/Windling The Year's Best Fantasy and Horror #16.

  64. "Small Town News" in Weird Tales, fall '02.

  65. "Do Good" in Polyphony, Aug. '02. Honorably mentioned in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction, 20th Edition.

  66. "Different Worlds" In the SFWA sponsored anthology through DAW, New Faces in Science Fiction, "03.

  67. "Lashawnda at the End" in Electric Story, 'Fairwood Press, '03.

  68. "High Stakes Test" in Switch.Blade, summer of '02 on Fictionwise.com

  69. "A Flock of Birds" in SCIFI.COM, Aug. 28, '02. Reprinted in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction.

  70. "Finding Orson" in Strangers and Beggars.

  71. "Notes From the Field" in 3SF, Dec. '02.

  72. "The Long Way Home" in Asimov's, Sept. '03. To be reprinted in Gardner Dozois's The Year's Best Science Fiction.

  73. "The Pair-a-Duce, Comet Casino, All-Sol Poker Championship" in Talebones #26, summer '03. Nominated by the editor for the Fountain Award, sponsored by the Speculative Literature Foundation.

  74. "Sacrifice" in Paradox #2, summer, '03. Nominated by the editor for the Fountain Award, sponsored by the Speculative Literature Foundation. Honorably mentioned in Ellen Datlow's Year's Best Fantasy and Horror.

  75. "The Ice Cream Man" Asimov's, June '05.

  76. "Echoing" in Asimov's, Dec. '04. Listed in Locus's Recommended Reading for '04.

  77. "The Miracle at Ramah," in Dragons, Knights and Angels: the Magazine of Christian Fantasy and Science Fiction. Dec. '03.

  78. "One Day, in the Middle of the Night," in Talebones #30, summer '05.

  79. "Where and When," in All-Star Zeppelin Adventure Stories, fall '04

  80. "A Wow Finish," in Amazing Stories #605, '04

  81. "Roller Derby Dan," in SDO Fantasy, July, '04. Reprinted in The Best of SDO Fantasy print anthology.

  82. "The Inn at Mount Either," in Analog, May '05. Finalist for the Theodore Sturgeon Award for Best Short Story of the Year. Reprinted in the Richard Horton edited Year's Best: Science Fiction.

  83. "The Road's End," in Realms of Fantasy, Feb. '06.

  84. "The Small Astral Object Genius," in Asimov's, Oct/Nov. '06. To be reprinted in the Czech anthology, Trochu divne kusy 3

  85. "Tiny Voices," in Talebones, September, '06.

  86. "How Music Begins," in Asimov's, Oct./Nov. '07. Reprinted in David Hartwell's Year's Best Science Fiction, 13th edition.

  87. "Rock House," in Talebones #36, Spring '08.  Honorably mentioned in the 26th Year's Best Science Fiction, edited by Gardner Dozois.

  88. "Of Late I've Dreamt of Venus," in Visual Journeys, '07. Reprinted in Gardner Dozois's Year's Best Science Fiction, 25th edition.

  89. "The Light of a Thousand Suns," in Realms of Fantasy, November, '08.

  90. "Just Before Recess," in Flash Fiction On Line, '08.

  91. "Floaters" in Talebones #37, Winter '08.  Honorably mentioned in the 26th Year's Best Science Fiction, edited by Gardner Dozois.

  92. "The Radio Magician" upcoming in Realms of Fantasy.  Feb. 2009.

  93. "Harvest" in Almbelical, Paper Golem Press, 2009

  94. "Carrying the News for a Dead Paperboy" in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Dec. 2008

  95. "Who Do You Think You Are?" in Cucurbital, Paper Golem Press.  2009

  96. "Solace," in Analog.  June, 2009.  Reprinted in Gardner Dozois's Year's Best Science Fiction.

  97. "Working the Moon Circuit," in Footprints from Hadley-Rille Books.  2009

  98. "Late Homework," in Daily Science Fiction, Jan. 13, 2011.

  99. "Values, Vision and Mission," in Daily Science Fiction, May 6, 2011.

  100. "The Hurt Club," April 7, 2011 in Every Day Fiction.

  101. "Classroom of the Living Dead" in Daily Science Fiction, July 2011

  102. "This Gray Rock, Standing Tall," upcoming in The Journal of Unlikely Cartography, June 2014.

  103. "Mrs. Hatcher's Evaluation," in Asimov's, March, 2012.

  104. "The Family Rocket," in Asimov's, Nov. 2012

  105. "The Time Travel Device," in Daily Science Fiction, Feb. 2013

  106. "Turkey Raptor," in Asimov's, June, 2014.

  107. "The Hareton K-12 County School and Adult Extension" in Interzone #248, 2013

  108. "My Father and the Moon Maids from Mars" to appear in Interzone, July 2014.

  109. "Aubrey Comes to Yellow High" to appear in Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show, July 2014.

  110. "This Story Will Win a Hugo" to appear in Daily Science Fiction.

Books


  1. Strangers and Beggars, a short story collection in trade paperback from Fairwood Press, July 02. Names as a "Best Book for Young Adults" by the American Library Association. Finalist for the Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award.

  2. The Last of the O-Forms and Other Stories August, '05 from Fairwood Press. The collection made Locus Magazine's recommended reading list for the year. Finalist for the Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award.

  3. Summer of the Apolcalypse, a novel, Oct. '06 from Fairwood Press. The novel made Locus Magazine's recommended reading list for the year. Finalist for the Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award.

  4. The Radio Magician and Other Stories, a short story collection.  Fall of  '09 from Fairwood Press.  Winner of the Colorado Book Award, July 2010.

  5. Flying in the Heart of the Lafayette Escadrille, a short story collection.  Fall of '12 from Fairwood PressFairwood Press.

Poetry


  1. "Across Time" in Star*Line, the publication of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. Nominated for a Rhysling Award.

  2. "From Slumgullion Pass to the Blue Mesa" in Stick.

  3. "I Consider Myself as Prey" upcoming in Stick.

  4. "Trailhead: the Suddeness of Epiphanies" upcoming in Stick.

  5. "The Demise of Dr. Avirim" in The Star Anthology #1.

  6. Writ in Stone, a chap book by Soda/Dutch Publications

Non-Fiction


  1. "Will SFWA on Your Letterhead Improve Your Manuscript's Chances" in the writing section of the SFWA site at http://www.sfwa.org/writing/sfwa.htm

  2. "Perseverance, Publishing and the Urge to Write" in the writing section of the SFWA site at http://www.sfwa.org/writing/jamesvanpelt1.htm

  3. Short fiction reviews for Tangent and Tangent On Line.

  4. "How Many Times Do You Have to be Told No?" in Speculations #40.


  5. "The Day Job," a continuing column in the British short fiction review magazine, The Fix.

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