They Didn't Ask Me (dr_phil_physics) wrote,
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A Pleasant Surprise - 2


Email from PayPal this evening that I had received money from Canada. Yay, we like getting paid, especially for my SF writing.

Back in April, I got word that Neo-opsis Science Fiction Magazine had bought my short story "The Once and Future Tomato" (DW). It'll appear in Issue #22 this month in actual print, not online.

The seventh story is The Once and Future Tomato by Dr. Philip Edward Kaladon(sic). This is his second Canadian publication so far in 2012. His story “Your First Real Rocket Ship” won third prize in the Friends of the Merril Short Story contest and is currently available online courtesy of the Toronto Public Library.
You can check out the rest of the contents for Issue #22 here.

Dr. Phil
Tags: dr phil stories, neo-opsis, sf

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