Thursday, October 16, 2008

Ennea & "Αλογάκια του Λούνα Παρκ"

My story "Carousel" has found a third reprint, this time at Ennea, the SF/comic supplement of Greek Newspaper Eleftherotypia. Can't tell you how thrilled I was to find this out. This is the second language this story has been translated into, and probably the version that has been read by more readers than any other - pity I can't read Greek.

Ennea is definitely a market worth checking out, and I quote:

Have always in mind that we are always open to new submissions (from 500 - 2.500 words). We do not publish any more, but rarely, longer stories in installments. Strictly Science Fiction stories, no Fantasy or Terror.) As we need a new story every week we would be grateful if you could "spread the word around" to your fellow authors.

You can sub the stories to ANGELOS MASTORAKIS at

What have you got to lose, on a reprint sub, but the time it takes to send an email?

Oh, and thanks to Nick Mamatas (who wouldn't know me from a bar of soap) who first mentioned this market on his blog. With this, and (possibly) another sale in works, I owe him a beer or two. Spread the wealth I say.

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