Peter S. Drang wants everyone to know: “Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine purchased my flash story “The Galactic Internet.” It will appear in issue #76 dated September 2019, which should be out within a few weeks. This story was extensively reviewed by the OWW community, and I thanks everyone who helped me make it shine.”
The author of the Editor’s Choice Award winning story “Ammi’s Broken Vase”, S.Z. Siddiqui, wants us all to know: “Just wanted to thank the team at OWW again and let you know that this story won Apparition Lit’s monthly flash fiction contest. Thanks for this excellent resource for writers!”
Walter Williams wants us to know: “My short story, The InfoCoup is coming out in the fall edition of Abyss and Apex magazine, AND That same story has been chosen to be part of the anthology The Best of Abyss and Apex, Volume 3. This will be available for purchase in December.
While the short story itself wasn’t workshopped on the OWW, it is an
excerpt from a novel that I partially workshopped on OWW. The very first
draft of the one chapter actually was chosen as the editor’s choice in ages
past. (I’m willing to guess 2005 or 2006)”
Peter S Drang wrote to say: “Daily Science Fiction purchased “Lord Parrington’s Promotion,” which was reviewed extensively on OWW.” Congratulations, Peter!
Gregor Hartmann has some great news: ““Heaven Looks Down on the Tomb,” which was critiqued here in 2014, appears in the July-August issue of Interzone. I’d like to thank Karl Bunker, Mike Canice, Allan Dyen-Shapiro, Robert Graves, Clint Spivey, and Katie Sweet for their comments.”
Anne Wrightwell wrote to say that she had a horror/fantasy short story published as an ebook by Demain Publishing, a new Horror publisher, on 31 March 2019. The story is titled “A Monster Met” and Anne used the pen name Liz Tuckwell for this story.
Peter S. Drang wants us all to know that his story “Gator and the Big Buzz”–which was reviewed by the OWW community–will appear in Flash Fiction Online.
Bradley Beaulieu wants to tell everyone some great news: “Today I’m pleased to announce that Absynthe, a novel set in a reimagined Roaring Twenties Chicago, has sold to DAW Books. Absynthe is a standalone novel, but I hope to write more in this world. More on this, obviously, as we work on proper cover copy, covers, and more. The plan is to have this out in the fall of 2020. Which means I need to get cracking on finishing up the manuscript!”
Huge congratulations, Brad!
Gregor Hartmann wrote to share some great news: “I have a story in the March/April issue of F&SF. “The Unbearable Lightness of Bullets” is about a homicide inspector investigating a case that involves cryptocurrencies on Zephyr. Thanks again to Lee Melling, William Delman, Richard Keelan, Dylan McFadyen, and Henry Szabranski, who critiqued it at OWW in July 2017.”
Elizabeth Bear has a new story out today. You can read “Deriving Life” at Tor.com.
Susan Wachtman is starting 2019 off with two new story sales.
Watch for “Pantsed” in Willow Literary Magazine and “I Will Go Gently” in Metaphorosis.