Long time, no see.
Let's see. What's going on right now today.
"The Memory Who Became a Girl" is live in Fireside Magazine. This is my second appearance in Fireside, the first being about 2 1/2 years ago. Issue 32 also includes stories by A.E. Decker and Jordan Taylor. You can link directly to my story from right here. And a taste of what you'll get:
At one time, people launched the ashes of their loved ones into space. Now they launched memories.
Those memories were uploaded after death and stored on a chip in a box. A digital urn. An echo of life. The boxes were loaded by the thousands onto the massive generation ships leaving Earth. Engineers. Doctors. Scientists. Those whose knowledge would be of help on the journey’s other side.
The girl was different.
Other things going on:
- I've sold my fourth story to Daily Science Fiction! "Goosed" will probably appear there sometime this summer or fall.
- My current writing project is a short story for the anthology "Joe Ledger: Unstoppable." I'm excited about this story; it's turning out very well.
- Last week I did my writerly duty. I voted for the Nebula Awards and nominated for the Hugo Awards.
That's about it. Happy April, everyone!