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August 14, 2011

Despite what Pavel said, you can have both.

Now that’s out of the way: between distractions (see title) I shopped around some stories to new markets (yay for new print mags, the bravest of brave souls, and may their checks always cash).

Poking around as well at a SF short; I blame the person who thought I was looking for an SF market and linked me to one on Facebook (waves at Sandy). I had been thinking flash, but the contours don’t feel right at the 300 word mark.

Hmm. I wrote “right” as “write” in that sentence before I caught it.

And then there’s the ancient manuscript, which hasn’t collapsed into powder when I prod it, much to my surprise. Fifty pages in and people still like it at WUTA. I’ll have to see what I can do about that.

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