Back in the day, when someone launched a new indie Sci Fi magazine, production usually involved a lot of black and white photocopies and a remarkable device we called a “stapler.”
Now, we’re in the 21st century. Behold the power of digital publishing. Gotta love it.
I haven’t yet picked up a copy of “Sci-Fi Short Story Magazine,” but I will say that the cover art rocks. And the title, well, the title pretty much says it all. Contributors include Elizabeth Barrette, John Cosper, Jim Courter, Ron Savage, James R. Silvestri, Shelly Li, Michael D. Matula and Joseph Farley.
If you’ve read this magazine (or appeared in it), let me know. I want to hear about it!
Congratulations to Charity Bradford, winner of the first-ever SciFiBookshelf.com contest!
Charity, email your mailing address to me at LaurenceMacNaughton(at)yahoo(dot)com, and I’ll pop that book in the mail to you.
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I’m thrilled to announce the very first SciFiBookshelf free book giveaway! I’ve been working hard to fit it in with all of the award-winning author interviews, science fiction news and fun stuff you can use. But the time has finally come for our first contest.
No sweat, though. Trust me, it’s an easy one. All you have to do is leave a comment for a chance to win!
And what book will I give away?
I’ll give you a hint: it’s from a bestselling author I’ve interviewed right here on SciFiBookshelf. I’d love to spill the details now, but patience — gotta wait until Friday!
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