It’s been a while since I’ve sold a story, so I was elated yesterday when I got news that Kasma SF Magazine had accepted “Forget the Rain.” This is the second time I’ve sold a story to Kasma—one of my first stories, “The Transmigration of Herakles Duncan,” appeared in their inaugural issue—and it’s always nice to make a repeat sale to a market.
Kasma is a small online publication that has gradually built an impressive resume, publishing stories from some top names in the field, including Ken Liu and Robert J. Sawyer. “Forget the Rain” should appear early in 2014.
You’re an inspiration.
Congrats. Pleased for you and not at all jealous 😉 Not heard of Kasma, but they look worthy of attention. Added them to my list of potential submission recipients. Look forward to checking out ‘Forget the Rain’.
I’m jealous every time another writer sells something to a place I want to sell to :-).
Kasma is one of those little publication that could, and while their readership is well below the pro-rate pubs, they do get a decent number of visitors for a semi-pro market. They also handled my last story professionally, and that’s significant in my opinion.