So how are things over at major SF/F mags?
Part 1 of 2 (I guess).
From Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (so “major mags” means basically “only in ‘Merca,” I suppose 🤷♂️).
SF/F Magazines Wait Out The Great Pause—Part 1: Submissions & Supplies – SFWA
— Read on www.sfwa.org/2020/06/30/sf-f-magazines-wait-out-the-great-pause-part-1-submissions-supplies/
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Both my books on Smashwords (
and Adam’s Stepsons – actually my mother’s book published posthumously as a tribute) are FREE downloads from now to April 20 as part of the Smashwords Authors Give Back initiative: Destiny in the Future
Formats include .ePub, .mobi, PDF, .txt, and online reader (browser-based).
Take it easy. Deep breaths. No panicking. Let’s get through this thing.
https://blog.smashwords.com/…/smashwords-launches-initiativ… for more information and links to other free ebooks as well.)
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Includes such favorites as “pyke notte thyne errys nothyr thy nostrellys” and “spette not ovyr thy tabylle.”
Oh, and there’s some stuff by Lewis Carroll (
Alice’s Adventures Under Ground, i.e., Alice in Wonderland) and Axel Scheffler ( The Gruffalo), among many others.
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