Today marks my 1000th Duotrope story entry. I logged my first transaction on Dec. 11, 2011. Over the past five years, I’ve logged submissions to 367 different markets. Thus far I have had 127 out of a total of 141 accepted for publication–both in print and online. Two submissions were full-length novels, one was a novella, and another was a story anthology; the remainder were short stories and flash fiction. As a writer, I’ve found Duotrope to be an invaluable resource.
The Short Humour Site has accepted my flash piece entitled “The Final Solution.”
The Machinery, an online literary collection of poetry, fiction, and art has accepted my absurdist fictional piece called “The First Plague” for publication in the near future.
Indiana Voice Journal has accepted my short fictional piece “Filings” for inclusion in its May issue.
Received word that The Penmen Review has accepted my short story “Gravity Hill” for publication on March 30, 2016.
My short tale “Galaxy Tree” was accepted for publication in early January, 2016 by The Fable Online.
Bewildering Stories has accepted my short story “Makerspace” for publication in an upcoming issue.