Cris of hat-moononline.com is a friend of R.W. Ware’s, and posted a picture that he did of Cris’s crew. It’s a fun Webcomic, too — check it out.
David Tallerman, who gave us this month’s “Strive to be Happy” and March’s “The Desert Cold”, is in Hub #57 with a story called “Exodus”.
Jeff Soesbe, who gave us February’s “Apologies All Around”, has resold the story to Drabblecast. This will be the first time that one of our stories has been resold to another market, so congratulations to Jeff and us! (Okay, more to Jeff than to us, but still…)
Special thanks to short story reviewer Sam Tomaino (and, of course, editor Gayle Surrette) for a brief review of our brief stories from last month.
The problem with reviewing such short stories is that you can’t say too much without giving the whole thing away, and the problem with thanking people for such short reviews is that you can’t give a flavor for what they say without quoting most of the review. I’ll shut up now so you can read Sam’s reviews. (Hint: he seems to have liked them.)
While you’re there, you might be interested in the interview with Paolo Bacigalupi. He’s paranoid without letting it get him over the edge, which is interesting, and I like this line from his comment about The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement: “I love it. It means more elbow room for me and mine.”