Please excuse the blatant self-promotional nature of this post, but December 15, 2010 looks like it may become quite historic. According to SF Signal, it is the day I will have some of my fiction professionally published for the first time. (And, considering how undedicated I am to the craft, perhaps the last…?)
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You’ll also see that a story by Eric James Stone is scheduled for the day before mine. If you recall my first post about Maker of the Twenty-first Moon, I mentioned that I got the idea for it (or at least a part of it) while reading one of his previous short stories, Taint of Treason. So it’s a fun coincidence that my story should come right after one of his.
Anyway, subscribe to DSF, mark your calendars, and prepare for much celebration… I think I’ll bake a cake that week… maybe write some music for it…
Eric James Stone · November 30, 2010 at 8:13 PM
That is a fun coincidence. Congrats on your first publication, and I’m glad my story helped inspire you. I look forward to reading “Maker of the Twenty-first Moon.”
S P Hannifin · November 30, 2010 at 11:22 PM
Mr. Stone himself! Thank you so much! I’m looking forward to reading your work as well!