Due to some stuttering fingers, a fragment of only the title was just posted. Here's the real post:
Chris Africa at Ultraverse says the rewrite of "Big Girl" is fine. He asked for one last clarification and a bio, which I shot off. The story will be running in Ultraverse's May issue. Jayme Blaschke at RevolutionSF says "Dialogue" should be running in May, also.
"Twilight on the Finger Lakes" is done and went in the mail to Sheila Williams at Asimov' during the lunch break. That's three stories in the slush pile at Asimov's. Sheila is the only editor that lets me multi-sub (there were times I'd have as many as a half dozen piled up on Gardner).
The last story she sent back was "Fermi's Fraternity". I just sent that to Andromeda via e-mail.
Now, what to do next?
a. Revise "The Hideaway" and "Wish List"?
b. Finish "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes"?
c. Start a new story, "Riders of the Red Shift"?