Monthly Archives: October 2015

Like The Martian? Read Three-Quarters Martian too

If you liked Andy Weir’s The Martian, the book or the movie, you might want to also read “Three-Quarters Martian.” Besides being an award-winning short story that came out long before the movie, it’s cheaper, has characters that can talk … Continue reading

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You’ll never nap under an oak tree again

I just listened to a podcast of a fantastic horror short story from a fellow Colorado author, Jason Rush.  It’s titled “Great Oak” and available (free) on Pseudopod. I’m not normally a horror fan, but this is really good. … Continue reading

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Updated list of paying spec fiction short story markets: October 2015

Fall is in the air and it’s time to get back to writing.  I’m seeing a lot more projects these days, still not quite sure yet how best to handle these, for now just opening and closing the publication, but I’m … Continue reading

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