D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Monthly Archives: March 2014
I haven’t had a great March I terms of writing, but I did manage another sale. This one is a reprint sale (“Thief of Futures,” originally appearing in Lightspeed Magazine), but it’s still special for me because it’s to a … Continue reading
March has been a lost month in terms of my fiction writing. The day job picked up incredibly and ate into my designated writing time. I’ve written over 100 pages of scientific reports in the past month—which I actually enjoy … Continue reading
A few days ago, I posted the Nebula Award nominees in the novelette and short story categories. I saved the novella and novel categories for later because, while I’m interested in the longer works, I won’t have time to read them before … Continue reading
My flash story “Wheat King” appeared today at Every Day Fiction. I wrote this piece a long time ago, and it found its way almost immediately into the trunk. It simply didn’t work, and at the time, I wasn’t a … Continue reading
A quick update on my post from yesterday about the Nebula Award nominees. I had links to all of the short fiction pieces except the two published in Asimov’s, which originally appeared in print only. I’m happy to announce that … Continue reading
It’s award time again, and I’m not talking about the Oscars. My little segment of the fiction-writing world has two major awards: the Hugo Award presented by the World Science Fiction Society and the Nebula Award presented by the Science Fiction … Continue reading