Cool stuff for Monday is that I have a story in the latest Edition of The Fifth Di… It’s entitled “Grin and Bear it”, and I love that tale. Link here.
Free story. If anyone is bored or just avoiding the news today, may I recommend reading my story “One Man’s Trash”? It’s just been added to Utopia Science Fiction’s free-to-read archive, and I’ve linked to it here.
As you know, my story “Butterfly Blue” was published in the December 2020 edition of Future Science Fiction Digest. Well, the even better news is that you can now read it online (along with the other stories in the East Asia Edition). Link here.
First acceptance of 2021 is from Society of Misfits (although it is the second contract I’ve signed – the first was for a story that had already been accepted in 2020)! Just sent the contract back.
Review of the December 2020 issue of Future Science Fiction Digest came up on SF Crowsnest. Link here, and I was delighted to see that they recognized my name (and that they liked the story). Feels like I’ve achieved something (not sure what, but something, LOL).
Good news for a Monday morning? Why, yes, glad you asked! My story “Dragons with Three Billion Eyes” has sold to the wonderful mag Write Ahead / The Future Looms.
Delighted to continue the adventures of Sked and Akane there!
First review of the December edition of Future Science Fiction is up at Tangent. This one contains my story “Butterfly Blue”, and I’ve placed the link here.
The December 2020 issue of the amazing magazine Future Science Fiction is out (link here – it’s available in ebook and print). This special issue focuses on East Asia, and it’s an incredible honor to share the ToC with several authors from the region.
My story within is entitled “Butterfly Blue”. I’m particularly pleased to have made it into the single slot reserved for a writer outside the region, and feel hugely honored.
Just learned that the anthology A Celebration of Storytelling is available for purchase. This one contains my tale “Rudrayani Comes to Ouidah” which combines Indian, African and Caribbean mythology into something new and weird. Link here.