Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Published Work$ Update

This year, we're featuring PAID publications from our W1S1 family, with an eye toward putting together a "Best of W1S1" anthology in early 2013. How are we doing so far?

Milo James Fowler published  "Stone in the Sky and Bread Below" @Every Day Fiction, "El Diablo de Paseo Grande" @Arcane anthology, "Identity Thief" @Musa Publishing, "Captain Quasar and the Popularity Contest on Goobalox Five" @Every Day Fiction, "Captain Quasar and the So-Called Emperor of the Universe" @Ray Gun Revival, "Mercer's Ghost" @Big Pulp, and "From Scheol My Soulfire Burns" @Silver Blade.

Shane Gavin published "Authority" @Comets and Criminals, Issue #2.

Beth Cato published "Safe Places" @Eschatology, "Six Months After" @Og's Speculative Fiction, "Myrtle Street" @Flash Fiction Online, "The Alchemy of Salad" @Every Day Poets, and "Book Brain" @Chicken Soup for the Soul: Boost Your Brain Power!

Deborah Walker published  "Dolly Bone Dream" @Dark Metre, "Captain Clone" @Ray Gun Revival, and "I Honor My Ancient Ancestors" @Eschatology.

Folly Blaine published "The Hero Garden" @InfectiveInk, "Taking the Wind" @10Flash Quarterly, and "When the Dead Decide to Disco" @Every Day Fiction.

Shelley Ontis published "Manny's Candy" @Zombie Kong

Lydia S Gray published "Mayflies" @Comets and Criminals, "In Return" @Every Day Fiction, "Far From Shore" @Bent Masses, "Heads You Win" @Comets and Criminals, and "Blood and Water" @Every Day Fiction.

A. G. Carpenter published "Ice" @Readerotica 3, and "Insomnia" @Daily Science Fiction.

Frances Pauli published "Tattle-tat" @unFold.

Stephen V. Ramey published "Glazed" @Stanley the Whale, "Infested" @Daily Science Fiction, and "The Thing About Domination" @Every Day Fiction.

Michelle Ann King published "The Fine Art of Fortune-Telling" @Orbital Hearts, "They Do Things Better in Albuquerque" @Infective Ink, and "What We Leave Behind" @Bent Masses.

Alex Shvartsman published "The Getaway" @Sparks Anthology (Earthbound), "The Take" @Daily Science Fiction, "A Brief Respite From Eterinity" @Stupefying Stories, "The Traveling Fair" @Every Day Fiction, "A Shard Glows in Brooklyn" @Buzzy Magazine, "Hunger" @Title Goes Here, and "Ravages of Time" @Nature.

Lee Hallison published "How The Moon Got Its Cousin" @Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine,  and "Guaranteed to Work" @Daily Science Fiction.

Anne E. Johnson published "A Long Way Down Broadway" @Drunk Monkeys, "Beyond Rainbow" @Kaska Press.

Simon Kewin published Simon Kewin: "wolF emiT" @Every Day Fiction, "Predators" @unFold, "Fireworks" @unFold, and "Judgement Day" @Nanoism.

Stephanie Loree published "The Old Ones are Coming" @Drabbler #20 (Sam's Dot), and "A Contract Between Thieves" @Crimson Pact #3 (Alliteration Ink).

Michael Haynes published "A Minor God of Mischief" @Kazka Press, "Vacant Thrones" @Kazka Press, "What You Can Change" @Kazka Press, "Twenty-Seven Rules for Coping" @Goldfish Grimm's, and "The Morandini Genie" @Cast of Wonders.

Jeff Chapman published "Soul Thief" @Fear and Trembling, and "Sixpence And Rye And A Snake In A Pie" @Father Grim's Storybook

Walt Giersbach published "Another Way to View a River" @Short-Story.Me, and "Nun on the Run" @Every Day Fiction.

Siobhan Gallagher published "Death by Anything" @Uncle John's Bathroom Reader, and "The Storm" @Eschatology.

Ao-Hui Lin published "Navel Gazing" @Every Day Fiction.

David Macpherson published "Angels I Have Known" @Every Day Fiction.

Linda Casper published "This thing called love" @5 Minute Fiction

Jillian Schmidt published "Bone Joiners" @Kazka Press 

That's an impressive range of work. Keep it going, gang! Check out the Published Work$ page for  more exciting additions to the list. We're going to ask W1S1 members to nominate their favorite stories (not their own) for the collection, so be sure to read as many as you can, leave comments on the publishers' sites, etc.

17 comments:

  1. Well done everyone! This is such a happy, happy list :)

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  2. Kudos to everyone! :)
    *runs off to read stories*

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  3. Keep up the great work, everybody! I've got my summer reading cut out for me -- at least for the first week of June.

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  4. I have a story that was accepted in 2011 but I didn't receive payment until publication, which was in 2012. Do those count?

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    1. Sure. Provide me with a link and I'll add it.

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    2. Thanks, Steve. The story is "Sixpence And Rye And A Snake In A Pie" in Father Grim's Storybook (http://www.amazon.com/dp/1617062006?_encoding=UTF8&tag=jeffcswrit-20&linkCode=btl&camp=213689&creative=392969).

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  5. Such an inspiring list! Congratulations all around!

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  6. Wow! So many great stories!

    I've got another $$$ story. EDF published 'Blood and Water' last week.

    http://www.everydayfiction.com/blood-and-water-by-lydia-s-gray/

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    1. Yep, I even read it last week. Nicely done. Page updated.

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  7. Some great reads here; well done everybody.

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  8. Congratulations everyone.

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  9. Wow, that's pretty awesome. Congrats everyone :)

    ~ Rhonda Parrish

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  10. Yep, an impressive collection. Well done all.

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  11. Whee, what a great list! Well done, everyone!

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  12. So very inspiring!

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  13. Congratulations, everyone!

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  14. That's an inspiring list of pieces. Well done, everyone.

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