old stories made new

October 30, 2019

A couple of stories for you! One of the great things the internet has done is made it possible to keep older stories alive. In pre-internet days, you’d publish a story in a magazine and it would often just vanish. Magazines tended to be kind of ephemeral, and it was next to impossible to find old stories, or find ways to get them to new readers.

Well, that’s totally changed. For example:

My latest story on Curious Fictions is “The Art of Fly Fishing in Low Gravity.” This only ever appeared in the 2014 FenCon Program Book. Now, everyone can read it. If you feel like subscribing to my page or dropping coffee money in the tip jar, it’s much appreciated!

Drabblecast has done a full cast recording — with appropriate music! — of my story “1977,” which first appeared in the fundraising anthology Ravens in the Library. And now it’s out in the world, in a new form, for everyone. I confess, I really like this one — it’s all about disco and time travel, and it’s just so goofy and I can just picture it all so clearly.

Enjoy!

 

One Response to “old stories made new”

  1. Alien Resort Says:

    Or you can read old magazines at the doctor’s office.


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