Saturday, March 1, 2014

Holland: 1944.

I'm thrilled to announce that my story, Holland:1944, is now available in Galaxy's Edge #7.

The magazine is free for the next two months, or it can be purchased in a number of formats either from the webpage, or through your usual online retailers.

But wait, there's more.  Check out the names on this TOC and tell me this isn't worth reading.

Once again thanks to Mike, Laura and Shahid. Thanks to Stewart C. Baker, who suggested I turn this idea into a story, although he probably doesn't even realise it. (There is a story in itself behind all this.) And special thanks to David McDonald, Pete Aldin, and the amazing Tina Gower, who all spent time critiquing my story.

And to Bob Writer, wherever you may be.

Table of Contents:

Cassandra, by C. J. Cherryh
Holland, 1944, by Steve Cameron
Cordle to Onion to Carrot, by Robert Sheckley
Pallbearers, by Martin Shoemaker
Werehunter, by Mercedes Lackey
The Tour Guide, by Lou J. Berger
Faster Gun, by Elizabeth Bear
The Necronomator, by Brad R. Torgersen
In a Green Dress, Surrounded by Exploding Clowns, by Robert Jeschonek
One Sunday in Neptune, by Alexei Panshin
Except for the Plumbing, by Greg Benford
From the Heart’s Basement #7, by Barry N. Malzberg
Book Reviews, by Paul Cook
Lest Darkness Fall (Part 1), by L. Sprague de Camp


Pete Aldin said...

Was a pleasure to critique and an even greater pleasure to read in final form. Laughed myself silly.

Get used to seeing your name against the likes of Resnick and Cherryh.

Steve Cameron said...

Cheers, Pete