D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: 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 … Continue reading
Since I haven’t written much over the past few months, I haven’t produced any new stories. No new stories, then nothing to submit, right? Well, no. I know several writers who actively keep their previously published work circulating as reprints, … Continue reading
My story “Forget the Rain” appeared this month at Kasma SF. I wrote it shortly after joining the Codex writing group early in 2011. Codex is a large community of predominantly new writers who share information about the publishing business and … Continue reading
I received some good news on New Year’s eve. My story “Forget the Rain” went live at Kasma SF yesterday, and it has a wonderful illustration by José Baetas. Mr. Baetas did an amazing job capturing the power and majesty of the … 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