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SFF REVIEW: creating sensitively, AI, and "The Algorithms of Value"

Hello, fellow travelers. There’s been a minor hiccup lately due to travel, but the lifestyles of two peripatetic writer-academics means slight scheduling adjustments. When this post goes live, Arkady should be somewhere in Istanbul, and Cat should be somewhere in the middle of the US, heading east.  672 more words

Reviewer: Cat

On Short Fiction and Pacing

I think I may be discovering a weakness in my writing style, and I’m not quite sure what to do about it.

Some context. My short story “Pilgrimage” is making the rounds of the slush-piles, rejected so far by… 630 more words


Old story makes new cool appearance!

Ohhhhhhh my God it’s been A Month.

News is piling up and I’ll try to convey some of it soon. For now, want to note that my short story… 337 more words

Clarkesworld #116 @ Infinispace.net

Clarkesworld is a monthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in October 2006.  Each issue contains interviews, thought-provoking articles, two reprints, and at least four or five works of original fiction. 30 more words

Science Fiction

Story Link Love #5

I was out with some friends last night and I was asked for some short story recommendations. So, I figured it was about time I put another one of these posts together. 127 more words


Progress Report (4 April 2016)

It’s been a busy month – six rejection messages!

“Harmony’s Choice” has been bounced by Beneath Ceaseless Skies and Fantasy & Science Fiction, with the latter responding once again with lightning speed – they appear to be doing a great job keeping ahead of their slush pile these days. 376 more words


A story you should go and read right now

If you’re a fan of science fiction, you should go and read ‘Salvage Opportunity’ by Jack Skillingstead, over on Clarkesworld Magazine’s website. Link here. It is my favourite kind of science fiction short story. 129 more words