One of the things I like about epublishing is the speed at which things can be made available. My story “Wings Over the Suicide Rocks” has gone live at 10Flash Quarterly, only a few days after I announced the sale. This is probably the the fastest I’ve ever had a story go from acceptance to the computer screen.
As always, 10Flash Quarterly has a wonderful selection of flash fiction for April, written by an array of new and established talent. I haven’t read them all yet, but I’m looking forward to it. I recommend you check out the entire issue…but only after you’ve read my story <grin>.
On a sad note, K.C. Ball, the editor at 10Flash Quarterly, has announced that the April 2012 issue will be the publication’s last. While I am certainly disappointed to see this magazine go, I understand the challenge and time investment needed to make a small publication work; it’s truly a labor of love and determination that at some point must come to an end. I wish Ms. Ball the best with her future publishing and writing endeavours (check out her story “Snapshots I Brought Back from the Blackhole” for a nice sample of her work), and I want her to know that she created a publication that was a pleasure to read. I will miss it.