Summer Reading

I have been remiss in posting, so here’s a whole summer’s worth of Horrific Miscue words to read!

• Liz Argall started a web comic called Things Without Arms and Without Legs. Things! Things! If there is no spoon, why does it taste so nice?

• Tod McCoy was published in an anthology called Bronies: For the Love of Ponies. Join Kazka Press as we explore the simple love between a man and his pony, a woman and her pony, and the world and their bronies and pegasisters. The foreword is written by Kij Johnson, and the anthology includes her Nebula-winning story “Ponies.”

• Sandra Odell’s “Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow” is up at Kasma Science Fiction. This is a story of zombies, choice, and what it means to be human, as seen through the eyes of Willy Shakes, everyone’s favorite bard.

• Cat Rambo has two recently podcasted stories: “Grandmother,” a space opera story, is up at EscapePod, and “Coyote Barbie,” a humorous short originally published in Expanded Horizons, is up at Toasted Cake.

AND . . .

• William T. Vandemark’s “Alkahest,” originally published in Brain Harvest, is also up at Toasted Cake. If you  have 8 minutes and the inclination, check it out.

Go! Read! Listen!

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Recent Publications from HMSeattle Members

The Isthmus Variation, from Kris Millering, appeared in Beneath Ceaseless Skies.

Centzon Totochin, from Cat Rambo, appeared in Crossed Genres and Coyote Barbie in Expanded Horizons.

Messenger, from Julie Sidorova, appeared in Clarkesworld Magazine.

“Alienation”, from Katherine Sparrow, appeared in Destination Future, along with “Like Parchment in the Fire” in Bull Spec.

“Forcing Coin,” from Todd Vandemark, appeared in Orson Scott Card’s Intergalactic Medicine Show.