“The Schrödinger War” Snapped Up at Lightspeed

I sold one of those stories I mentioned the other dayLightspeed Magazine has accepted “The Schrödinger War,” and it took about six hours from submission to acceptance.  Wow, light speed indeed.  I guess one of my fellow Hopeful Monsters wasn’t far off when he told me to “send it to Lightspeed…they should bite your hand off for it.”  Fortunately I still have all my fingers.

“The Schrödinger War” was a story I struggled with for over a year.  It’s probably the hardest story I’ve every finished, so it’s particularly gratifying to see it sell quickly and to such a wonderful market.  This is my third sale to Lightspeed Magazine since the middle of 2011, so I almost feel like I’m becoming a bit of a regular.  That’s pretty cool because I really like the magazine.

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About D. Thomas Minton

Writer of speculative fiction
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2 Responses to “The Schrödinger War” Snapped Up at Lightspeed

  1. ericjbaker says:

    Sounds like the editors recognize your talent!

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