While this site has rarely been updated, it’s also come up that the Contact section no longer seems to be working. If you want to contact me, please visit my Facebook page, Trent Zelazny — The Writer in Ward Eleven, and you should be able to send me a message there.
Oh, joyous day! Kaloo kalay! Fractal Despondency is now available as an audiobook, read by, well, me. Get it at Amazon, iTunes, Audible. It’s only six bucks.
AND… the 3rd of this month (that’s, like, uh, a couple days away) Butterfly Potion will officially be released. You can wait, or if you’re the type of person who just can’t wait, you can pre-order it at Nightscape Press. I think the ebook is already available–AND IT’S CHEAP!!! Go get it! Hooray!!!
Howdy. Just a quick note to say that A Crack in Melancholy Time, the follow-up to Fractal Despondency, is now available as an audiobook, read by Clifton Satterfield. Check it out!
Hi, all. So, Cinco de Mayo (5/5/12) at 5:00, I will be reading and signing books at Collected Works Books, alongside (well, really I’m more of an opening act) my friend and literary hero Joe R. Lansdale. Please stop by, if you can, and say hello.
Collected Works Bookstore
202 Galisteo St # A
Santa Fe, NM 87501
Two years ago today Angelyn left this world. I love you, honey. I miss you dearly. My Angel-Y-N.
Hola, howdy, hi. Just a quick mention that To Sleep Gently will finally be available in print very, very soon. These happy days are yours and mine.
So, yeah, Nightscape Press unveiled the cover for my new novella Butterfly Potion today, and all I can say is I’m very, very pleased.
Well, it sure has been a while, eh? I redecorated a bit (or my friend did, really). As I spend too much time of Facebook I don’t get on here much to tell what’s going on (that, and I’d lost my password).
So what’s in the news? Two things worth mentioning. First would be the new novella I have coming out. It’s called Butterfly Potion and is being published by Nightscape Press and I couldn’t be more please, both with the book and with the publisher. Great folks there at Nightscape.
Second, there is a sale going on. Fractal Despondency in kindle is $1.49 through April and the money is going to support the Santa Fe Recovery Center, which provides treatment for individuals struggling with addiction. If 100 copies sell I’ll post a video of me singing Rebecca Black’s immortal classic “Friday”. If another 100 sell I’ll do a song by popular vote, and so on and so forth. So considering grabbing a kindle copy. You get one of my books, you might see me behave like a complete idiot, and the money is going to a good cause.
Hmm, I guess that’s it at the moment. Hope I don’t take so long between updates next time.
Hello, friends. So, many things happening, but I shall keep it limited in this little space. A Crack in Melancholy Time, the follow-up to Fractal Despondency is now available in eBook from Crossroad Press. Before too long, it shall move next door to Shadowboxer in a combined print edition. I’m hoping to convince them that it should be done like the old Ace Doubles so popular in the fifties and sixties, but we’ll see. Feel free to write the publisher and suggest it.
Also, check out the trailer to A Crack in Melancholy Time. I’m quite pleased with the way this one turned out.
Also, on October 8th, I’ll be doing a live podcast interview on She Never Slept. I’ll be trying to sound smart, and shall do my best to whore my work.
There are other things, but, honestly, I’m drawing a blank at the moment.
Hola and hello. My novel To Sleep Gently is now available in ebook from Crossroad Press. A print version will be following shortly.