Monday, June 17, 2013

Quite a milestone

Today marks the tenth anniversary of my first publication, when Jayme Blaschke published "Silvern" in Revolution S-F on June 17, 2003. This was his introduction:

"New writer Lou Antonelli isn't really a new writer at all. A longtime newspaper editor and reporter with multiple awards from Texas Press Association in editorial, column, and feature writing, Antonelli has recently turned his hand to science fiction with impressive results, as evidenced by the following story."

Dang! That was a fast ten years, Since then I've had 78 more short stories published, and two reprint collections, "Fantastic Texas" and "Texas & Other Planets". The next, "The Clock Struck None", is due out this fall.

"Silvern' is still available on-line, click here:

1 comment:

  1. I read Great White Ship and I thought it was pretty cool.


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