Nova Science Fiction, Fall 2009 and Spring 2010…

Do you like science fiction related to the planet Jupiter and its four moons? Good. Nova Scifi will be publishing me for a Fifth and Sixth  time in their print venue between this year and next.  They’ve been around for a number of years and are very popular in smaller press/religious Scifi circles.  NOVA SF is edited by Wesley Kawato.  They DO NOT accept email subs, but they will look at snail mail.  If you want to break into this market, it is recommended you have some kind of background in science or follow the guidelines to a tee.  If you get the cover and headline story, you get more.  They love religious SF, Hard SF, and themes related to Time Travel.  Religious there, too.

NOVA SCIENCE FICTION – Fall 2009 and Spring 2010

Stories FIVE and SIX coming soon…

Nova Science Fiction

Nova Science Fiction

SUBSCRIBE HERE: www.novascifi.com

ARCHIVE/PAST ISSUES: http://www.novascifi.com/issues.html

On another note, I’m going to miss print.  Now that everything is becoming digital… Oh yeah, did I forget to mention the Next Generation Genre Magazine? Stay tuned… There’s a LOT in the pipeline.  From editing opportunities to a second collection to the magazine of the future!

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Atomjack Magazine, Weekly E-Zine 2009… (3rd appearance)

There are some good science fiction webzines out there.  Then there are some fine ones.  ATOMJACK is by far one of the better ones, and it’s proven rightly so with their material and lineups over the past four years.  This would be my 3rd appearance with them.  Published by Susurrus Press, Atomjack is edited by Adicus Ray Garton.

ATOMJACK MAGAZINE

Atomjack Magazine

Atomjack Magazine

 VIEW HERE: www.atomjackmagazine.com

THE OFFICIAL SUSURRUS PRESS BLOG:

http://blog.atomjackmagazine.com/

And for you Prolific “yet-to-bes” out there, take a look at this picture below.  Some of you may recognize it from a particular handbook that comes out once per year…
Look Mom, I'm Famous!

Look Mom, I'm Famous!

It’s a little blurry, but do you recognize the name in the picture?  Yay! To think I gave up career opportunities in art, pharmacy, neuroscience, and the science of publishing for this.  It’s gotta be worth at least a Big Mac.  Still, check out Atomjack.  They’ve got the goods.

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