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LAST DAY to enter the Science in My Fiction contest! Plus 4 more Last Chances!

June 30, 2010

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As mentioned over on the SiMF blog, TODAY is the last day to get your Science in My Fiction contest stories in! C’mon, wow us with SCIENCE! Other Last Chances of the Day: LAST CHANCE to vote on the Flash Fiction contest finalists! There are 10 stories totaling less than 4500 words (an average short [...]

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3 weeks left to enter the SiMF contest! And 6 days for the flashfic contest!

June 9, 2010

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The Science in My Fiction short story contest has just 3 weeks left before the deadline for entries! Entries thus far have been fewer than expected, though we’re still anticipating a rush at the end. There are $400 in prizes up for grabs – be sure to get your entries in! And please help us [...]

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And the forecast says that tomorrow will likely be 1 million & 6 times better

June 1, 2010

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WOW what a busy and awesome few days! ______________________________________________________________________________________ First: Crossed Genres issue 19: Gadgets & Artifacts is up! A great issue with some incredibly strong fiction. Please read, enjoy! And comment – the writers & artists truly appreciate it! ______________________________________________________________________________________ Next: We’ve opened the 2nd Annual Crossed Genres Flash Fiction contest! We did one [...]

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Anyone with any sense had already left town

July 9, 2009

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I saw our doctor this morning to check on my unusual nagging pain that I mentioned yesterday; fortunately the doc didn’t find anything wrong in all the testing and concluded it was just a slightly muscle pull, which I’d suspected. Of course, now it’s not really bothering me much at all anymore. Still, better safe [...]

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What is this “magazine” of which you speak?

July 4, 2009

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Today was a day of packing and driving and chores and cooking and cleaning and eating. It was not a day of magazine. I read a little, and sent an email or two, but otherwise it was a day off from CG. Tomorrow we’ll get a bunch of reading done – hopefully we’ll get everything [...]

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Release Day # 8

July 2, 2009

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Not a complicated day today. Mainly it was reading, and monitoring the response to the new issue. Pretty good response, too! I did deal with a couple little errors that needed correcting – I left out a link to a contributor’s blog, for example, and had to add it in. Nothing major, though. The reading [...]

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Time for a proper update

July 1, 2009

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Since my post last night was only about the release of Issue 8, Here’s a proper post about yesterday (6/30). First, to whomever went and tracked down the Flash Fiction poll AFTER the deadline, even though I’d already removed all links from the website, and placed about a dozen extra votes: that was low. Votes [...]

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Issue 8 is LIVE!

July 1, 2009

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Issue 8: Anthropomorphism has been released! FICTION “Epidermal” by Aaron Wilsford “The Strangler Fig” by Jennifer D. Munro “A Hatful of Rabbits” by Benjamin Jacobson “The Last Collector” by Jeromy K. Smith “In the Image And Likeness” by Aleta Johansen INTERVIEWS Bioscientist & Author Athena Andreadis Writer & Editor Jennifer Brozek ARTWORK Cover: “Merry-go-round” by [...]

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Time keeps on slippin’

June 30, 2009

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ONE DAY LEFT!!! Just one day left to submit your Alternate History stories! Just one day left to vote for your favorite Flash Fiction story! Today, we were utterly flabbergasted to discover that the proof copy of the Issue 8 print edition arrived! From submitting the files and requesting a proof to its arrival took [...]

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Restless in anticipation

June 29, 2009

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First: Only TWO DAYS LEFT to get in your submissions for the Alternate History issue! Second: Only TWO DAYS LEFT to read and place your vote in the Flash Fiction Contest! I reached a point this evening where I couldn’t think of anything that I had left to do for Issue 8 that I could [...]

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