I don't often like singling out my clients for individual praise, because I feel that maybe it might make the others feel bad, and that's never nice.
But I'd like to tell you all, with the utmost pride, that WASTELANDS, the post apocalyptic anthology edited by John Joseph Adams, has gone back to press for a quite admirable second print run.
To understand the significance of this, you have to know that anthologies don't always sell the most copies, and because of that, they are notoriously hard to sell to publishers. I believe short fiction is the lifeblood of the speculative fiction genre (even though it pays so little!), and that among the editors working with it, John happens to be quite talented. He put so much work into this anthology: months of tracking down the permission rights for stories, lots of effort to get some of the big names to sign on, and then finally landing a spectacular Publisher's Weekly review with it.
This is the little anthology that could. John believed in it so much, and through his hard work (and some agenting help from me), he's been able to make it a reality. To say that I am thrilled about how it's selling is an understatement. =)
If you want to check it out, one of the easiest ways to do so is to order it from Amazon, who will soon have it back in stock (remember, it's printing right now).
Go forth and read: WASTELANDS edited by John Joseph Adams