Tuesday, 23 October 2012

'Not Just Rockets and Robots': Are You in it?

This is an anthology of the first year's stories from Daily Science Fiction, and what a monster it is. With more than 425,000 words. I've got a story in here, and so have some of you. Give me a shout out if you have, because I'd like to re-read your story. 

Daily Science Fiction will send a fantasy or science fiction story to your e-mail every week day for free , and is open to story submissions. 


  1. I am in it! I confess I didn't know you were. When I get my copy I'll look for your story.

    I should say 'thanks' to DSF, because they took a story of mine when I wasn't making any sales anywhere, and they kept me going. Now I've got a number of sales under my belt, and am starting to feel I can actually do this writing thing (although every time I sit down to start a new story I'm convinced that all the previous ones were flukes and I've no idea how to do it again). If it weren't for them, I might have given up.

  2. I didn't realise you were in it, either, Colum. What fun.

    I think DSF have bolstered many writing careers. They're great.

  3. I am! Must buy my copy. And, yep, DSF is a wonderful venue.

    1. Yay! Simon! Hurry up and get your copy, it's great fun re/reading all the stories from people you know.

  4. Wow that's a big un! Congrats on being included.

  5. Replies
    1. Cheers, Michael. Yes, it is huge. But surprisingly manageable.

  6. Nice, Deborah! I don't think I made it into this one -- maybe "Tomorrow's Dawn" will be included in the next volume?

  7. Congrats on being in the anthology.

  8. Saw your name on the Arc/Tomorrow Project website and KNEW I had seen it somewhere before.

    Well done, BTW (on both pieces). I'm also a 1st-year DSF author, "A Theory of Sixth-Sense Aesthetics."


  9. Ciro, I have achieved name recognition. This makes me unreasonably happy. Thanks for stopping by.

    I enjoyed your story, A Theory of Sixth-Sense Aesthetics very much.