D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Memories of Childhood
OG’s Speculative Fiction will cease publication after its next issue. I realize that small press publications regularly come and go, but I point this one out because OG’s published two of my stories. “Memories of Childhood” was the second story … Continue reading
I like to keep an eye on comments posted to my stories. Call it part vanity and part market research. I know I can’t please everyone, but it’s always nice to get an enthusiastic response. Suzanne Conboy-Hill’s response to Nil Desperandum’s podcast … Continue reading
Yesterday morning my daughter asked me what I remembered about elementary school. I hadn’t actually given it much thought before, but I was surprised how little I actually could remember. I recall a few things that I can place in specific grades, like … Continue reading
The podcast of “Memories of Childhood” recently went live at Nil Desperandum, but I wrote this story many years ago. After it was published by OG’s Speculative Fiction in 2009, several people asked me how much of it was based … Continue reading
I was pleasantly surprised when I got an email yesterday from Jim Phillips, the editor at Nil Desperandum, telling me the podcast of my story “Memories of Childhood” was now available. This story, which original appeared in OG’s Speculative Fiction waaaaaay … Continue reading