My story, DEMM Wizard, is now published in Issue 12 of Crossed Genres magazine.
You can visit the website and read it there, or buy a copy (print, kindle, PDF, or PRC). And look at the whole cover--the art is gorgeous! I like this vertical ad better than the banner one.
Also in my e-mail was an acceptance letter for one of my poems, Under a Fey Moon, for publication in the November issue of EMG Magazine.
This issue also appears to be available for viewing and subscriptions now.
So that makes two publications appearing in one month!
Nothing's perfect, of course.
I haven't heard from Vampyr Verse whether they're accepting or rejecting my poems, though I thought they were to be publishing for Halloween.
And I got a rejection letter for another short story.
Oh well, I sent it out again. And paid the bills that are due in the first couple of days in the month.
I'll be on several panels at Windycon, so it's really cool that I'll have a couple of print copies of Crossed Genres by then. They will be:
Clacks and Clanks -- making your (steampunk) world's technology unique
Steampunk and Magic -- how the magical and mechanical can combine
Doing the Science in Steampunk -- how can you do the science in your stories well, if you're not a scientist
Nonverbal Communication -- other ways aliens might get their point across
Can you tell that they have a Steampunk theme this year?
Anyway, if you want to accost me with your musings or questions on any of these topics, there's a whole bunch of empty virtual space provided below, just for you.