Peter S. Drang sent a message for us all: “Flash Fiction Online (a pro market) purchased Peter S. Drang’s story “My Lakeside Graveyard,” which was reviewed extensively on OWW and was selected as an OWW Editor’s Choice. Peter would like to thank everyone whose comments helped bring this story (about death) to life!”
Rhonda S. Garcia wants everyone to know: “Just letting you all know Part 1 of my novelette, “The Sun From Both Sides”, has now been posted on Escapepod. Two more parts will be uploaded in the next two weeks. Take a listen, or read, today and remember to come back for the wild ride that follows!
Walter Williams has some great news to share: “I am Thrilled to announce that Dragonwell Publishing will be publishing my On the Reality, Mythology, and Fantasies of Unicorns in early 2021 in which I will reveal long lost secrets about both the real and mythological unicorn.”
Major congratulations, Walt!
J, Rachel Kelly wrote with the most exciting news — her first sale! “Hi! I’m writing to notify you that my short story, work-shopped on this site and in my library shelves, “Six minute Steep” has been published on the online journal The Big Whoopie Deal. This is my first publication and I’m supper excited to share this news.”
Bradley Beaulieu announced today he has sold a new epic fantasy series to DAW Books! No publication date yet, but you can learn more about The Precipice Sequence here.
Huge congratulations, Brad!
Kate Ellis wrote to say: “I just wanted to let you know that my story “In-Flight Damage” will appear in a future issue of Analog Science Fiction and Fact. I am extremely grateful for the feedback
it received on this site.”
Congratulations on the pro sale, Kate!
Sameem Siddiqui wrote to say: “Just wanted to let you know that my story “Airbody” sold to Clarkesworld and is in this months issue. I received some great feedback via OWW. Thanks for being an excellent resource!”
Fran Wilde also has great news–a new story up at Tor.com. You can read “An Explorer’s Cartography of Already Settled Lands” here.
Gregor Hartmann has some great news: “Just wanted to let you know that “Brought Near to Beast,” an editor’s choice last year, sold to Analog (with a revised ending and some character tweaking!). Thanks again to everyone who weighed in on it.”