Daily Science Fiction has bought my story “My Mask, Humanity.” This is my second sale to them in the past year— “Still Life Through Water Droplets” was the other—and I’m excited to appear again in DSF.
Since coming onto the market a couple of years of ago, DSF has built a large and loyal readership using an “alternative” publishing model. Subscribers to DSF are emailed a story-a-day, Monday through Friday. Most of the stories are short, something that can be read in a few minutes, with longer stories released on Fridays. Each story is then published online for free reading a week later. Subscriptions are free, which has left me wondering at times how DSF‘s business model actually works.