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Clarkesworld: A trip down submissions queue hell

Oh Clarkesworld.

I know I don’t stand a family man’s chance in a war movie. I know when I submitted, I was all “well, at least they’ll reject me quickly”. 339 more words

Writing Related

Clarkesworld #104 @ Infinispace.net

Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006.  Each issue contains interviews, thought-provoking articles and at least three pieces of original fiction.   35 more words

Science Fiction

Clarkesworld Year Seven!

These things of beauty arrived in the mail today! So cool to see my ‘Sweet Subtleties’ in the company of such excellent stories — and just look at that awesome cover! *fans self*

Market needs, as I see them (from personal experience)

Now that I’ve submitted a few things to different short story markets and gotten everything (thus far) rejected, I’m going to guess at a few of the markets and what they want/need and why I’m not having success. 841 more words

Audio reprint, Clarkesworld Year Seven, and "Doors" illustration

I just returned from a week-long camping retreat with fellow writers Julie Day and Michael DeLuca. We viewed the Marfa lights, walked in the Big Bend hot sun, seared vegan marshmallows, and half-slept in a haunted tent. 90 more words

Publications

Clarkesworld #103 @ Infinispace.net

Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006.  Each issue contains interviews, thought-provoking articles and at least three pieces of original fiction.   35 more words

Science Fiction

'Silkpunk': Redefining Technology for 'The Grace of Kings' (Essay)

“The Grace of Kings” (Saga Press, 2015).Ken Liu is an author whose fiction has appeared in such outlets as F&SF, Asimov’s, Analog, Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, and Clarkesworld. 130 more words

Technology