Founded in 1989, On Spec is Canada’s longest-running and most successful speculative fiction magazine, and it has a more eclectic taste for fiction compared to some American publications.
Peace and Quiet
It’s been a busy year. I didn’t write as much as I might have liked, but I began work at SpaceX, sold a short story to On Spec Magazine, and have another story coming out.
Toxic Tales Anthology Released
For anyone interested, the second Acidic Fiction anthology has just been published. It includes my story Crescent Cross, along with thirteen other stories.
A Fictionish Spell
It’s been a nice spell for me. I sold my third story to a little market called The Colored Lens, an online speculative fiction magazine, where a friend of mine previously had his story “Cuts” appear.
In which I discuss the dubious merits of having to print out, pack, stamp, and mail in your submissions, rather than just send them in using modern electronic wizardry.
The Little Rejection That Couldn’t
A short story has been out for a while, it’s endured through to the query period, and after querying it’s turned out that my rejection was simply eaten by the internet.