Hello again, imaginary friends! Today I’m pleased to announce that Alex Shvartsman has decided to buy my story “Prophet Margins” for his Unidentified Funny Objects 5 anthology. This will be the third time I’ve appeared in a UFO volume, giving me a 60% success rate. According to most grading systems, that’s a D-minus–or as I like to think of it, “A noticeable improvement over my junior year of high school.”
I owe Alex not only for buying my story, but for using his razor-sharp editorial skills to shape that dingy lump of fiction into something respectably shiny. I guess this is why he’s the guy in charge, huh?
UFO5 will showcase a host of great authors, including big names like David Gerrold (whom you may know as the man who invented Tribbles) and Mike Resnick. And speaking of Mike Resnick, I’ve got another piece of news.
Galaxy’s Edge #20 was published on May 1st, containing my story “Tomorrow’s Forecast.” The current issue of Galaxy’s Edge is always available for free online, so if you’d like to check out my story there, be sure to do so before July. (Alternatively, you could buy the ebook or one of those handsome physical volumes–both excellent options.)
And that’s it for now. Until next time!