Craig DeLancey

 

Publications: Novels

(2013) Gods of Earth. 47 North Press.

Publications: Short stories

(forthcoming) "Orphans." Analog.

(2016) "Saurs." Cast of Wonders.

(2016) "RedKing." Lightspeed, March.

  • (forthcoming) Reprint in The Year's Best Science Fiction: 34th Annual Collection -- edited by Gardner Dozois.
  • (forthcoming) Reprint in The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy, 2017 -- edited by Rich Horton.
  • (2016) Reprinted in Great Jones Street.

(2014) "Racing the Tide." Analog Science Fiction and Fact, December, vol. 134, no. 12: 78-85.

  • (2015) Reprinted in Loosed Upon the World. The Saga book of Climate Fiction, edited by John Joseph Adams. Simon & Schuster.

(2014) "Cantor's Dragon." Shimmer. November.

(2014) "Amateur Night in the GlobalMart." In Strange Bedfellows,edited by Hayden Trenholm. Bundoran Press Publishing.

(2014) "Three Observations Regarding the Sadly Short Human Lifespan of the Eternal Primeval Fish." theNewerYork's Electric Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature, February.

(2013) "Terminal Velocity." Emerald Sky, Issue 2.

(2012) "Nihil Est." Wily Writers, December. [As Fosco Graves]

(2012) "The Man Who Betrayed Turing." Cosmos Online, September.

(2012) "Ecce Signum." Analog Science Fiction and Fact, April, vol. 132, no. 4: 36-48.

(2012) "The Ediacarian Machine." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. March, vol. 132, no. 3: 8-24.

  • (forthcoming) Reprint in Great Jones Street.
(2012) "Godel Apparition Fugue." Shimmer. Issue 14: 83-87.

(2011) "Asteroid Monte." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. September, vol. 131, no. 9: 46-54.

  • (2013) Russian language reprint in Esli.

  • (2012) Podcast on Escape Pod, episode 333.

(2011) "A Purple Heart." Flash Fiction Online. July.

(2011) "Julie is Three." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. March, vol. 131, no. 3: 56-64.

  • (2016) Film rights purchased by Storycom.

  • (2013) Chinese language reprint in Science Fiction Age.

  • (2012) Russian language reprint in Esli.

(2010) "Seven Songs of Trilobite Survival." Starship Sofa. Aural Delights number 146. 28 July.

(2009) "Amabit Sapiens." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. November, volume 129, number 11: 53-65.

  • (2016) Optioned by Cut Bait Productions.

  • (2014) Optioned by Ineffable Pictures, LLC.

  • (2010) Russian language reprint in Esli, May.

(2009) "One City at a Time." In 2034: Writing Rochester's Futures, edited by Janice Carello, Eric Scoles, Alicia Henn. Rochester, NY: R-Spec Press.

(2009) "Dark Matter." Cosmos. June/July, issue 27.

  • (2015) Reprinted in You're Not Alone: Thirty Science Fiction Stories from Cosmos Magazine. Surinam Turtle Press.

(2009) "The Cold Star Sky." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. June, volume 129, number 6: 60-68.

(2008) "Demand Ecology." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. June, volume 128, number 6: 64-82.

(2008) "Amor Vincit Omnia." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. April, volume 128, number 4: 52-66.

(2007) "Feeding Mr. Why." In Stage This! Too, Ten Minute Plays, Frank Blocker, Sydney Stone, Murray Scott Changar (eds.). iUniverse.

(2007) "Physics 2.0." Nature Physics. August, volume 3, number 8: 580.

(2007) "A New Hollywood, A New Marilyn." RevolutionSF. Summer.

(2007) "The Ragman." Zahir, Summer, issue 13: 35-46.

(2006) "Openshot." Analog Science Fiction and Fact. December, volume 126, number 12: 64-74.

  • (2016) Reprinted in Great Jones Street.

  • (2016) Chinese language reprint in Science Fiction Cube, Issue 2.

(2006) "Fixed Points." Zahir. Spring, issue 9: 34-46.

(1998) "Chromosome Music." Aboriginal Science Fiction. Spring, numbers 55 & 56: 60-63.

(1997) "Time Dilation." The Mississippi Review, Online. October, volume 3, number 10. [As Craig Graves DeLancey.]

Readings and Performances

  • "B-19" (a full length play based on a true story, about a radical experiment meant to reengineer one man's soul).

    (2015) Staged reading. Writers & Book, Rochester, NY. February 21.

  • "Ask Not for Whom the Post is Liked" (a one-act play about job hunting post-Facebook).

    (2014) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. January 13-17. [Week Two Judge's Choice 3rd Place winner.]

  • "No City New York" (a full length play about a veteran returning home to imploding opportunities in Upstate New York)

    (2013) Staged reading. Writers & Books, Rochester, NY. June 15.

  • "Speed Marrying" (a one-act play about achieving connubial bliss most efficiently).

    (2012) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. February 1-5.

  • "My Tunguska Event" (a one-act play about meteors, mortality, cancer, and black holes).

    (2011) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. January 15 and 16.

    (2010) Performances. Short & Sweet Festival. Melbourne, Australia. November 17 - 20.

  • "The Master of Maybe" (a one-act play about a woman, an elevator, and a futures trader who may, or may not, be dead).

    (2010) Performances. Shelterskelter XV. Shelterbelt Theatre, Omaha, NE. October 7 - 31.

  • "Build" (a full-length play about the mystery of the motives that drive us to pursue love, justice, and art).

    (2009) Staged Reading. Geva Theatre Regional Playwrights Festival. Geva Theatre, Rochester, NY. May 4.

    (2009) Staged Reading. What's Next: Festival of New Plays. Geva Theatre, Rocheter, NY. June 11.

  • "True Story 'Bout a Dead Bitch" (a one-act play about a dead labrador in a suitcase, a crack-addicted dealer, and the dog sitter who brings them together).

    (2011) Reading. Moving Arts 16th Annual Premiere One-Act Festival: The B-Sides. March 12.

    (2008) Performances. Sydney Short & Sweet One Act Festival. Sydney, Australia. July 29 - August 2.

  • "Heaven's View" (a full-length play about the science-religion culture war).

    (2008) Staged Reading. Geva Theatre Regional Playwright's Festival. Geva Theatre, Rochester, NY. 28 April.

  • "The Blood in the Wing" (a one-act play about Maria Sybilla Merian).

    (2008) Staged Reading. Theatre Oxford Annual 10 Minute Contest. Oxford, MS. 12 April.

  • "Feeding Mr. Why" (a one-act play about Kurt Godel).

    (2008) Performance. Sydney Short & Sweet Festival. Sydney, Australia. 2 February.

    (2007) Staged Reading. Fn Productions. New York, NY. 22 December.

    (2007) Staged Reading. Shipping Dock Theatre. Wilmer J. Patlow Playreading Series. Rochester, NY. 6 October.

    (2007) Staged Reading. Geva Theatre Regional Playwright's Festival. Geva Theatre, Rochester, NY. 30 April.

Awards and Nominations

(2012) Winner of Analog Science Fiction Anlab reader's choice award, short story category, for "Julie is Three."

(2008) Winner, Best Play, Sydney Short & Sweet One Act Festival, for "True Story 'Bout a Dead Bitch."

(2008) Winner (2nd place), Theatre Oxford's Annual 10 Minute Play Contest, for "The Blood in the Wing."

(2007) Winner, Stage This! Too, Ten Minute Play Contest, for "Feeding Mr. Why." Fn Productions, New York, NY.

(2006) Nomination for a 2007 Pushcart Prize for "Fixed Points."

(1997) Semi-finalist, Writers of the Future Contest (3rd Quarter), for novella "Stealing Godhead."

Self-published works

(2016) Omega Threshold: Bound. Predator Space Chronicles 4.

(2015) Evolution Commandos: Ice Sky Storm. Predator Space Chronicles 3.

(2014) Evolution Commandos: World Hammer. Predator Space Chronicles 2.

(2012) Evolution Commandos: Well of Furies. Predator Space Chronicles 1.

(2012) The Dark Forward.

Selected talks

(2015)"What can Science Fiction tell us About Politics?" Mitch McConnell Center. September 28.

(2015)"What can Science Fiction tell us About Politics?" Rochester Institute of Technology. May 12.

(2011)"Make it New."Brighton Public Library. Nov 4.

 

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