D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Specutopia
For those of you who follow my Scribbles, you know that one of the most common questions I get asked about my stories is where did I get the idea for it. People seem to be endlessly fascinated by the … Continue reading
I have a few short items: Last week, the debut issue of Specutopia with my story “Hoodoo” was available for Kindle and Nook. Over the weekend, other formats became available on the Specutopia webpage. So head over and pick up a … Continue reading
Although my story “Hoodoo” is no longer part of IN SITU, I’m pleased to announce that Dagan Books has finally released the long-overdue anthology. IN SITU is collection of “science fiction stories featuring alien archeology, hidden mysteries, and things that are better … Continue reading
The long journey for my story “Hoodoo” is finally over. It took nearly a year-and-half to go from acceptance to print (you can read some of that story here), but it’s finally available for reading in the debut issue of Specutopia (ebook versions … Continue reading
I returned page proofs of “Hoodoo” yesterday—it looks like this long-delayed story is getting closer to publication. The editor at Specutopia has been an pleasure to work with, and his editing suggestions were spot on. I really like it when an editor gets … Continue reading