D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Monthly Archives: December 2013
Several weeks ago, I did an interview with obsolescent.info press, the publishers of Suction Cup Dreams: An Octopus Anthology, which contains my story “The Octopus Garden.” I didn’t know it, but they published the interview online about two weeks ago. It … Continue reading
With the end of December nearly upon me, I figured I needed to revisit November. I never had a chance to close out my NaNoWriMo month because I hopped on plane December 1st, and immediately things got very busy. So … Continue reading
Schlock Magazine, a pretty good small press publication, runs a monthly author interview called “Schlock Talks,” and they asked me a while ago if I’d be interested in answering a few questions. I accepted, and they did an interview a few … Continue reading
It’s been an unproductive December. It pains me to write those words because overall it’s been a decent year. Sure I’ve been traveling since December 1, but that’s a hollow excuse considering I was traveling for ten days in November … Continue reading
Just a quick update today: I’ve received confirmation that my story “Forget the Rain” will be in the January issue of Kasma SF. I hope you’ll ring in the new year with my story, and while you’re there, be sure … Continue reading
I received a surprising email last week from an editor at Starship Sofa asking if the audio rights to my story “The Schrödinger War” were available. For those not familiar, Starship Sofa is the Hugo Award winning podcast that has featured … Continue reading