A Year on Saturn

...is approximately 29.7 Earth years.

"A Year on Saturn" is the website of Shannon Fay,
freelance and fiction writer.

Posts Tagged ‘Just When You Thought the Rest of the Internet was Safe from Me’

Blog Post up Over at Penumbra

I’ve written a blog post about Writing What You Love for Penumbra magazine’s site. Unlike the posts here, for Penumbra I actually put time and effort into it (I even got another person to look it over for me. Do you think I bother with that here? Heck, I don’t even read over the posts here before clicking publish).

I should also note that I have a story in an Penumbra’s upcoming H.G. Wells issue, out this June (which is people tell me is coming up. I don’t know. I have a calendar but I try not to look at it too often [it’s a Disney/Thomas Kincaid themed calendar. Every month I cringe when I flip it over to see what pastel horror awaits me. I wouldn’t even have it up but it was a gift from my six-year-old brother {which is weird because he usually has better taste}]). My story is called ‘Colossus’ and seeing as it is a very short story, saying too much about it would be wandering into spoiler territory. But, in the theme of ‘Write What You Love,’ I will say that it involves two things I love to write about: paranoid machines and the history of computers.

Also, my story ‘You First Meet the Devil at a Church Fete’ has been published in the May-June issue of Interzone. If you live in a city cool enough to sell Interzone, please check it out. I thought my city was cool, and then I realized that all the magazine stories are an issue behind when it comes to UK magazines. Still, even though I haven’t seen a copy firsthand myself yet I am still super proud to be published in it and to be able to share my story with so many people.

Also also, a romance short story of mine is in this week’s issue of Woman’s World magazine. so if you can’t find Interzone, there’s always that.