I presume that many writers like to see magazine editors and slush pile readers out there trying to publish, too. It’s both a humbling and educational experience. So here are recent publications of the FFO staffers I’ve heard from so far. I’ve got no problem putting mine at the top of the list:
William Highsmith, “Journey to the Center of the Flat Earth,” Flurb, A Webzine of Astonishing Tales, issue #13, published in March 2012 by the notable Rudy Rucker.
- Women Writing the Weird, anthology by Doghorn Publishing (edited by on-hiatus FFO staffer Deb Hoag).
- Paths Less Travelled, a short story collection, pub. by Musa Publishing, May 11, 2012.
- Shots at Redemption, a short story collection, pub. by Musa Publishing, June 1, 2012
Karen T. Smith has various publishing efforts in play.
Patrick Dey (now on hiatus…we hope), AI Robot, Flash Fiction Online, Jan. 2012.