Alien Dimensions #14 is due to be retired
If you haven’t got a copy of Issue 14 yet, there’s not long to go. It’ll be retired on November 30th. It’s currently available in digital and in print.
In this issue:
Tilly and the Captain Go FTL
by John Hegenberger
by Regina Clarke
Requiem for a Hunter
by Lawrence Dagstine
Time Travel Suicide Therapy
by Olga Werby
by Jeremy E. Brown
The Double-Star Oblation
by Sean Mulroy
Available in Digital format
Available in Print format
Alien Dimensions #17
It’s likely Alien Dimensions #17 will be released in early February 2019. I’m still looking for one more story to complete it. If you haven’t submitted a story for consideration, now’s the time. Final date for submissions is Friday 30th November. If there are a lot of great submissions, then #18 will probably follow pretty quickly. Find out more here: Alien Dimensions Submission Guidelines Fantasy Short Stories Submission Guidelines
Alien Dimensions and Fantasy Short Stories closed for six weeks
I’ll be working on other things during this time, so I won’t be able to answer any new emails or read any new submissions for these series’ between 1st December 2018 and 12th January 2019. Apologies for any inconvenience. You’re still welcome to send submissions during that time. I’ll reply mid January.
Science Fiction Weekly
A number of stories that I’ve written, which have already appeared in archived Alien Dimensions issues, have now been rewritten and rereleased as part of the Science Fiction Weekly series, along with some completely new stories. You can find out more about the series here:
The two bestselling ones so far are ‘The Old Boys’ Club‘ and ‘Alien UFO Disclosure‘ Many thanks to everyone who has supported the series. The latest release is called ‘Time Sheets‘
When Mera leaves ProxiBee’s seventh moon in a huff, Jasper is surprised to find she has left behind a bill that had made its way to them through the nearby wormhole.
The troubling thing is, the bill is continuing to increase, and he can’t figure out a way to stop it.
If Jasper can’t find the solution to the sudden drain on resources, it could not only mean the end of his company, but also the moon itself.
Time Sheets is #22 in the Science Fiction Weekly Series. A short story of approximately 4200 words.
Last eNewsletter for 2018
Wishing you a great festive season and hope your New Year is awesome. Looking forward to connecting again in 2019.
Many thanks for reading
Neil A. Hogan