I sent two stories off today: “Screens” for the reprint call at Uncanny Magazine’s Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction special issue, and one I wrote in 2016 that hasn’t found a home yet to Radiant Crown Publishing’s Hex Gunslinger: A Weird Western Anthology.
The Uncanny call is also open to new stories, nonfiction essays, and poetry. I’m looking forward to seeing the final outcome of this call; the “[X group] Destroy Science Fiction” issues are always good. The reprint call is being edited by Judith Tarr, an author I like and admire, so I’m excited to see what she thinks of “Screens.”
The story I sent in to Hex Gunslinger was originally written for a different “weird West” call. I love sub-genres like this, and the creativity of the spec fic community that goes into building them out. It’s so much fun to play in the different sub-genre sandboxes.