D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Tracie McBride
As the number of stories I publish increases, I’m beginning to think about ways to further market them. Traditionally, authors either sold them as reprints to other publications (e.g., anthologies) or collected into a single volume and sold them to a … 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
Tracie McBride, our Hopefull Monster down under, has had a run of sales recently and commented that it “must be the season for acceptances”. I guess she was right. The day after she said that, I sold “The Last Horse” to Aoife’s … Continue reading
I submitted a story to an upcoming anthology called Fish, to be published by Dagan Books (the same publisher who is producing IN SITU with my story “Hoodoo”). My story didn’t make the cut, which is always disappointing, but I saw the table of … Continue reading