“Moon Over Tokyo Through Leaves in the Fall” found a home at Fantasy magazine, an online fantasy webzine. It’s a great webzine and I know it will be a good home for the story. They really treat their contributors well. They spotlight authors with interviews, and the website layout is very professional. It’s a solid venue for all types of fantasy and magic realism stories.
The story I submitted had to do with wine-making, hence the picture. This is from Solar Ikon’s Flickr collection. The story won’t be on the website for awhile, but it’s nice to have the acceptance. May the new year bring us all ….Acceptance. Cheers!
Congrats! It’s such a nice feeling to find a home for one’s work.
Congratulations! How soon before I can start dropping your name at parties? That Elvis stamp story is wearing thin!
Let us know when it gets published to the site!
Terrific! I *loved* Moon at Clarion. And I’m glad you kept the whole title; I think it perfectly sets the tone for the story. Fantasy is a terrific magazine.