"Snow Globe", the third story in my series that began with "Passport to Pleasantville" and continued with "Tell Gilgamesh I'm Sorry", is done and has been submitted. It came in at 4,173 words. It tightened over 200 words in the final edit, a good sign.
That's the third short story completed since the start of the year. It is the 92nd I've written since 2002. With the publication of "Black Hats and Blackberrys" in Bewildering Stories and "Irredenta" in the World SF Blog this past week, I've had 52 published.