Category Archives: Rejection

Two more rejections

I have received two more rejections since the last post. One was for my story “The closet”, which is about a mysterious black void that changes things for both better and worse after they are placed inside it. The rejection … Continue reading

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Why I am stalking Stanley Schmidt

OK,  maybe “obsessively studying” is a better term. Stanley Schmidt is the Editor for Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine.  The Magazine is what I would consider the pinnacle of the Science Fiction short story market. I have sent off … Continue reading

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Fate Forward

Fate Forward is a story I wrote about a private investigator type guy searching for a mysterious device. It’s later discovered that the device can manipulate luck. The story goes on to reveal how this man beats the odds to … Continue reading

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Fonzie gets rejected

On 6/29/10 I sent off a 2700 word Sci-Fi story called “Little green Fonzie” to ANALOG magazine. I had a lot of hope for this story as it was about and Alien dressed as The Fonz, that comes down to … Continue reading

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Genesis

I have been writing for about four months now (since about May of 2010). In that time I have submitted nine short stories to various magazines with each story averaging about 4000 words. Of those, I have received back three … Continue reading

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