Miy "Walking to Boston" novelette in the October/November issues of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine got a nice review from Locus Online (one of the top review sites). Reviewer Lois Tilton gave it a Recommended (the only Recommended she gave for this particular round of reviews) and said "Wilber is a master of historical fantasy set in this era, giving readers a clear look at the past half century through his eyes." Here's the link to the review: http://www.locusmag.com/Reviews/2015/09/lois-tilton-reviews-short-fiction-mid-september-2015/
My novelette, "Walking to Boston," is in the current Oct/Nov issue of Asimov's Science Fiction magazine. The story is in conversation with a story I published nearly 15 years ago, "Where Garagiola Waits" where a woman suffering from Alzheimer's is able to manipulate time and, apparently, space to give her husband a second chance at their relationship. In this new story, the woman is less forgiving, the details are more forthcoming about what went wrong in their long relationship, and the ending rather less cheerful. See what you think.
I also recently sold the short story, 'Rambunctious" to Asimov's, and that will be out in a few months. The story is about a spunky young girl who's been raised by some very strange grandparents. And then the aliens arrive. Watch for that one.
And I've recently turned in the novel, "Arrival," to Tor Books. It will be out sometime in 2016. Watch for that! It's the first of a trilogy and emerges from my S'hudonni Mercantile Empire stories, most of them published in Asimov's. You'll hear a lot more about the novel in the months to come.