SF Signal Welcomes James Aquilone!

SF Signal is pleased to announce that James Aquilone is now part of the SF Signal team!

We tricked James into describing himself in the third person (not all that difficult really, since one of us was dressed up as Oprah at the time, I won’t say who, but I will say that I look fetching in a halter top). Here’s what he said:

James Aquilone is a writer and editor, usually of the speculative ilk; except when he’s getting paid, then he’ll write or edit whatever you want. His fiction—mostly concerning misunderstood zombies—is forthcoming or has appeared in Weird Tales magazine, Every Day Fiction, Bards & Sages Quarterly, and the anthology At Year’s End: SFF Holiday Stories. He plans to finish his first novel in the next year, and if he doesn’t, feel free to yell at him online or in person. He lives in Staten Island, New York, birthplace of such great SF writers as Theodore Sturgeon (and that’s it). James is a member of the Horror Writers Association. Follow him at jamesaquilone.com.

Welcome aboard, James! We’re happy to have you on board. I will also point out that since New York has the best bagels, I expect my life to soon be inundated with the bestest toroids of boiled and baked doughy goodness. And since you asked, everything bagels are my favorite.

James’s is beinning a new series called “The Craft” wherein he talks to writers about writing. His first post is already live. Check out James’ chat with Adam-Troy Castro on character development!

In the meantime, please join me in welcoming James to the SF Signal team!

2 thoughts on “SF Signal Welcomes James Aquilone!”

  1. He lives in Staten Island, New York, birthplace of such great SF writers as Theodore Sturgeon (and that’s it).

    Hunh, I only re-read your bio now, James. You do know I was born and raised on Staten Island, too, right?

    1. My apologies, Paul. CORRECTION: “…Staten Island, New York, birthplace of such great SF writers as Theodore Sturgeon and Paul Weimer (and that’s it — but isn’t that enough?).”

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