Two Tales Go Out of Print

10Flash Quarterly published two of my stories in 2012 before closing shop.  When the magazine shut down, the editor said the archives would stay online for another year.  It didn’t quite make it a full year. 

The archives and 10Flash Quarterly itself seem to be gone now.  That’s too bad, because I liked the publication, and my stories “Clownspace” and “Wings Over the Suicide Rocks,” are now no longer available for reading (with some sadness, I removed the links from my Fiction Page).  Fortunately “Clownspace” still lives on in audio at Toasted Cake.

These two stories join “One Drawer Down from the Butchers Block” as my stories out of print.  One of these days, I’ll put together a short story collection and make all three of them available to readers again.  One of these days…one of these day….

About D. Thomas Minton

Writer of speculative fiction
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4 Responses to Two Tales Go Out of Print

  1. ericjbaker says:

    Just when I had finally come around to thinking digital was better than paper…

  2. Marc Schuster says:

    I enjoyed both of those… Oh, well. They’ll always live on in my imagination!

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