The first of a trio of short stories I penned earlier this year has made its way to publication. It’s the shortest of the three, but I’m pleased with the result.
The story “Sagan’s Law” has been published in Issue #11 of Fusion Fragment. This is a taste of what they usually publish, if you’re into that sort of thing:
Fusion Fragment is a science-fiction magazine. We are not interested in fantasy or horror stories. Not that we have anything against them – they’re just not what we’re looking for. As for SF, any subgenre is fair game, though our interests lean towards cyberpunk, slipstream, and anything with a little taste of the bizarre. Still, we’re more than happy to look at stories from all across the SF spectrum. Quality far outstrips genre preference in terms of importance.
Head on over for a good read. I guarantee full enjoyment. And if you don’t, then you get a free augmented pink hoodie in your next box of Ecoverse Starcrunch cereal.
Congratulations! Way to get published!
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Thomas – you definitely delivered a good read. I enjoyed it much.
“Cecilia ripped the glasses from her face and threw them into a sewer opening”
Hope AR glasses don’t end up in the gutter…
Thanks for the nice comments, Joe and Ori!
Heh, I hope they don’t end up in the gutter either. 🙂