Publication Update

Published on April 29, 2010 by

I’ve been very lax about blogging things lately, so let me sum up:

  • My story “Attitude Adjustment,” which appeared in Analog last year and will appear next month in Year’s Best SF 15, has been picked for translation by the Russian magazine ESLI. As apart of that deal, I obtained the electronic rights to my previous story that was translated into Russian, “The Ashes of His Fathers.” You can read it here (if you can read Russian): [HTML] [PDF]
  • My story “An Early Ford Mustang” (née “Brad Decides to Be Early,” née “Early) has been bought by InterGalactic Medicine Show and will be published in the June issue (and will probably be an audio feature).
  • My story “That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made” will be in the September issue of Analog. If you want to be sure you get it, subscribe now.

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2 comments on “Publication Update”

  1. JL says:

    Hello Brother Stone,
    This is Celibate City JL. I\’m visiting my long-time blog friends to see who is still blogging and to say hello. I\’m back in the Bloggernacle, posting regularly. Things seemed to have changed a lot in the last few years. I\’m glad to see you\’re still here.

    Question, how does one get hold of all these journals with sci-fi stories in them? I love fantasy & sci-fi (in that order) and, most days I don\’t have the energy to start a new 900 page trilogy where I have to learn an entire new world all over again. Stories would hit the spot but you don\’t find them at book stores.

    Thanks!

  2. JL,

    Analog is available at many Barnes & Noble stores in the magazine section, usually mixed in with literary journals. But availability can be spotty, and when new issues arrive is somewhat unpredictable. The other major SF&F print magazines that you might find in the bookstore are Asimov’s Science Fiction, Realms of Fantasy, and the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction.

    InterGalactic Medicine Show is an online magazine, available at http://www.intergalacticmedicineshow.com. There are quite a few online magazines. Among the most well-known are Tor.com, Clarkesworld.com, StrangeHorizons.com, and Fantasy-Magazine.com.

    There are also a lot of anthologies of short stories that are available at bookstores.