D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Richard Zwicker
When my writing group, Hopefull Monsters, disbanded last year, I wondered how many of the members might be done with writing. I suspected a few might be (only time will tell if I’m right), but I knew Richard Zwicker wasn’t. Rich was probably … Continue reading
It’s a been a busy few weeks for members of my writer’s group, Hopefull Monsters. Colum Paget sold his story “The Unfortunate Necessity of Regular Upgrades” to Kasma SF. Kasma is a fantastic up-and-coming small market that has published good stories from some good writers, including Robert … Continue reading
Another sale by another Hopefull Monster! Following on the heels of Michael Vella, Richard Zwicker sold his story “Holo, Goodbye” to Mindflights. Rich is a frequent a contributor to the world of published fiction, and probably has published more stories than … Continue reading
I’ve collected several rejections over the last several weeks, but three members of my Hopefull Monsters writing group have sold stories: • D.J. Cockburn sold “Seeking Kailash” to Stupefying Stories. • Richard Zwicker’s “The Reopened Cask” will appear in Whortleberry … Continue reading