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PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2007 2:14 pm 
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The Christmas Estronomicon is out from Steve Upham of Screamingdreams Press. Michael Kelly, Gary McMahon and myself are in this one.

http://www.screamingdreams.com/ezine/Christmas2007.pdf

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Also Peter Tennant, Garry Charles ...Stephen Bacon - in the Christmas Estronomicon. Not sure if all frequent the forum and I'll bet that I have missed mentioning someone.


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I made two more sales this year.

The Limb Knitter has been accepted by Jason Sizemore over at Apex Science Fiction and Horror. I dont' know when it will see print. I expect sometime in 2008.

And Maternal Soldier was accepted by Sentinel Science Fiction, run by Lou Antonelli. Unfortunately, I think Lou is having some server troubles but I'm slated to run in the current issue, Issue Number Six.

So, three total if you count TDT in IZ 210. Pretty good year over all.

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Well, I guess I have to unplug one. Lou Antonelli tells me that Sentinel SF went and died due to problems getting his internet webhost to work. So that means Maternal Soldier is, I guess, unsold.

Boy, that story is my problem child.

Still, I'm up for two sales so long as Apex Science Fiction and Horror doesn't suffer some horrible fate.

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Congrats on the Apex Digest sale, Murph!

And sorry to hear that Sentinel SF bit the dust.

Keep the story doing the rounds until it sells: there are still plenty of markets. I've got one that's been rejected so often that I'll probably be shocked if it gets accepted... :mrgreen:

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Latest "Total Perspective" column has just been posted at Whispers ( www.ookami.co.uk ). Frank Burton talks about Science Fiction and History.


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Well, Jetse, if I can't get anything else ready for your next e-mail period, maybe I'll send Maternal Soldier to Interzone. Still, I think I'll have something else ready by then. I've got three stories that are possibles in addition to MS. We'll see. I feel bad about not sending anything last time but writing history lectures chewed up a lot of my time this last fall.

And that is bad about Sentinel biting it. I hope Lou finds another server.

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Jupiter issue 19 is out now. Titled Megaclite issue 19 features 5 short stories from David Towsey, Philip K Lentz, Gustavo Bondoni, Monte Davis and Gareth D Jones. Poetry is from Kristine Ong Muslim and the Cover artwork is by Michael J King.

A single issue is available for £2.75 while a 4 issue subscription costs just £10.
Copies can be purchased from our website http://www.jupitersf.co.uk/back.htm

Hope you enjoy!

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Megaclite, or Jupiter XIX, is a natural satellite of Jupiter. It was discovered by a team of astronomers from the University of Hawaii led by Scott S. Sheppard in 2000, and given the temporary designation S/2000 J 8.
Megaclite is about 5.4 kilometres in diameter, and orbits Jupiter at an average distance of 24.687 million kilometers in 792.437 days, at an inclination of 150° to the ecliptic (148° to Jupiter's equator), in a retrograde direction and with an eccentricity of 0.308.
It was named in October 2002 after Megaclite, mother by Zeus (Jupiter) of Thebe and Locrus (although both of these are assigned a different mother by other authors).
It belongs to the Pasiphaë group, irregular retrograde moons orbiting Jupiter at distances ranging between 22.8 and 24.1 Gm, and with inclinations ranging between 144.5° and 158.3°.

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:15 pm 
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IanRedman wrote:
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Megaclite, or Jupiter XIX, is a natural satellite of Jupiter ...


I've been wondering ... what are you going to call the 63rd issue?

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Well, when I started Jupiter there were only 62 known moons, and the year I started they found 21. So in the last 5 years, 22 new moons have been discovered around jupiter. Thats 4.2 each year. I only need them to keep discovering these things at the rate of 4 a year, so here's hoping.

Otherwise I'm going to have to invest in a really big gun and make a few more of my own...

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I have a story, Xanadu, in the lastest issue of Worlds of Wonder. An SF short in a digital landscape where people don't need to think or breathe or do anything themselves. Something's bound to go wrong, isn't it?

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Well done Foxie :D but I cannot get to it. It's on the contents list but there was no link I could find. :(


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You need to click on the linky link, and then on 'Buy Current Issue' in the menu on the left. WOW merged with Lilly Press a few months ago, and their pay rate went up and they now produce ink and paper copies :) Unfortunately, means you also have to pay for it :( They put a few stories on the site as a sort of 'taster'. Not mine, though.

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Doh! or similar.


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The results of The Preditors and Editors Poll is through and Flames of Herakleitos was voted up to seventh position in the SF/Fantasy Book of the year and for that I would like to thank all of you who took the time to vote for it, I really appreciate you taking the trouble. I can now add this graphic to my blog as being in the top ten :)
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