Congratulations to Beth Cato on her latest publications. Stolen from her website:
Her story “Clementine, Who Swims with Mermaids” is featured in the Oceans issue of Penumbra, and over this year she’ll have more fiction in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Oomph, Blue Shift Magazine, and Big Pulp, and poems in Tales of the Talisman, Abyss & Apex, Star*Line and Space and Time Magazine.
Her poetry is in “The Truth About Fairies” in Star*Line 36.2, an autobiographical poem “autism” at Every Day Poets, a steampunk poem “Mice” in issue 28 of Mythic Delirium, and “Cloud Shapers” in Illumen.
Pretty awesome, yes? Congrats Beth Cato! We’re proud to have you on board!
Just returned from Balticon and had some discussions with a great small publishing company. No promises yet, but will keep you posted!
Trust and Treachery author John Floyd’s latest release is Deception. It looks to be very popular as I know personally that Amazon was out of stock and has had to re-order at least once.
From his publisher, Dogwood Press: Deception isn’t only the name of this book, or the title of one of the tales inside. It might be said that deception is also the central theme of the hundreds of short stories John M. Floyd has written and published over the past nineteen years. Many are mysteries and some represent other genres–fantasy, Western, romance, etc.–but all of them involve trickery and Hitchcockian plot reversals.
The second story in Deception, “Turnabout,” was included among Other Distinguished Mystery Stories of 2011 in The Best Mystery Stories of 2012 (Mariner Books, 2012).
You can get a behind-the-scenes view of the writing of Deception from John’s “Next Big Thing” blog post at SleuthSayers, and if you want to get a taste of John’s writing you can read “The Outside World” in the March/April issue of the Saturday Evening Post.
Congrats John Floyd! We’re proud to have you on board!