I’m pleased to announce that I have a new short story out today, a high tech science fiction tale called “X and Y,” in Compelling Science Fiction Issue 5.
If you love hard science fiction (i.e. science fiction with a strong focus on technology), make sure to check out all their stories in Issue 5, as well as their back issues.
Welcome to July 2015! I hope it’s going well for everyone.
I loved reading (and rereading) science fiction stories by Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke as a kid, and wanted to someday write a science fiction story that would express my admiration for their stories.
So I wrote a longish science fiction story (the length is actually referred to as a “novelette”) called “By The Numbers.”
I’m too close to my own work, so I can’t say if I succeeded in showing my admiration for Clarke and Asimov. I hope so.
The story is out this month, and available to read in full online for free, in the July 2015 issue of Crossed Genres Magazine. I hope you will click on over and read about Dr. Melaine Sharps at New Mexico Tech and a rather unusual alien species.
Dr. Sharps (the main character) just happens to have autism, and I am extremely grateful to all the people on the spectrum I’ve known over the past ten years who helped me do a realistic story about how it feels to be autistic.
While you’re over at Crossed Genres, check out the other July stories too.
Til next time, Lynn
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