Sunday, March 23, 2014
Thirty Three And A Third.
In September of last year, I wrote on how impressed I was with this magazine, so I was thrilled when I was able to sell Mike a story a short time later. (I also mentioned two other magazines in that piece - interestingly I've also sold to Keith Stevenson at Dimension6. Now I have to sell to Dean Wesley Smith at Fiction River to hit the prophetic trifecta.)
What does it mean for me?
It means that my first pro-level sale, a story entitled Holland:1944, now qualifies as one-third of the required three sales to become a full SFWA member, and I'm pretty happy about that.
Oh, and for the next five weeks or so, Holland:1944 continues to be available to read for free here.
Posted by Steve Cameron at 8:34 AM
Labels: dean wesley smith, dimension6, fiction river, galaxy's edge, Holland: 1944, keith stevenson, laura somerville, mike resnick, sfwa, shahid mahmud, writing
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