Hoodoo Now Available at Kasma SF

My new (but old) story “Hoodoo” went live today at Kasma SF.  This story was originally printed in the shortlived and unfortunately overlooked Specutopia.  I doubt more than a handful of people ever read it, which is unfortunate because I think it’s a neat story premise–even the hard to please Lois Tilton at Locus said it was a “neat scientific mystery.”  At Kasma SF, it will get a much wider readership.

The story also comes with artwork, and  José Baetas has produced another wonderful illustration for one of my pieces (he also illustrated “Forget the Rain“).  I love how Mr. Baetas’ drawing captures the feel of “Hoodoo,” right down to some of my favorite little details like Sam Gondo’s fingerless gloves and the thumper truck in the background (you’ll have to read the story to learn more about those).  Even if you don’t read the story, be sure to check out Mr. Baetas’ art work.

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About D. Thomas Minton

Writer of speculative fiction
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