Thursday, 3 November 2011
Passive Resistance in Redstone SF
Oh well. To cheer me up, there's the fact that Redstone Science Fiction have just published my story Passive Resistance.
Passive Resistance sure had a troubled time making its way out into the world. But since this is post two hundred and all, let's accentuate the positive! Anyone who's interested can finally experience my high speed cyberpunk-for-the-computer-illiterate sci-fi oddity for themself. I got to do my first interview that's actually about me, rather than a particular story, and thus managed to warble ill-informedly about such diverse topics as the London riots, the highs and lows of writing in far too many genres at once, and ... well ... me stuff. On top of that, I got to be published alongside Amanda C. Davis again. I decided a while back that Amanda was one of the best genre writers working today, pretty much solely on the basic of her story being the undeniable highpoint of that awful Zombonauts anthology we were both in. What do you know? Turns out I was right.
So there we are. Two hundred posts. A long and bloody road travelled since Monday the 2nd of July 2007. What will post four hundred be? I hope I have a cyborg arm by then. Or at least a condo on Mars. I'd even settle for one of those hoverboards that got passe before anyone even had time to invent them. Of course, at the rate I'm going, I should hit four hundred somewhere in 2015, so probably a cure for the common cold is way too much to ask.