Posts Tagged ‘story sale’

‘The Imagination Hospital’ published by the Jerusalem Post

October 19, 2010

The short story, ‘The Imagination Hospital‘, has been published in the Jerusalem Post’s magazine. Also available online.

The tagline: “Who can possibly die from an overactive imagination?”

Who can possibly die from an overactive imagination?

If only we had imagination hospitals...

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‘The Man Who Was Stronger Than God’ Published in Outlook

August 6, 2010

The short story, ‘The Man Who Was Stronger Than God’, has just been published in the progressive Jewish Canadian magazine, Outlook

It’s an alternative biblical history story about Abraham and God.

Outlook

Outlook

‘The Unruly Child’ Now in Greek

August 1, 2010

The Greek SF magazine, ‘Ennea’, has published ‘The Unruly Child’.

It is a story that takes place in a world where children have imagination and the older they grow, the more imagination they lose.  An old man tries to browbeat a child about the secrets of imagination.

‘The Unruly Child’ has also appeared, translated into Hebrew, in ‘Once Upon a Future #1’.

Ennea: The Cover

Ennea: The Cover

'The Unruly Child' in Greek - the first page

'The Unruly Child' in Greek - the first page

Story Sale: ‘Women’

May 23, 2010

The short story ‘Women’ will be published by the Australian AntipodeanSF in November.

This short story has appeared, translated into Hebrew, in ‘Don’t Panic’: here.

Something is very wrong with women. Is there a scientific explanation?

Story Sale: ‘The Unruly Child’

April 4, 2010

The short story ‘The Unruly Child’ will be published by the Greek magazine ‘9’, or ‘Ennea’.

The story takes place in a world in which grownups have lost their imagination and only children still possess it, which turns that world’s economy on its head. The story tackles the question: Where does imagination come from?

‘The Unruly Child’ has previously been published in Hebrew in the anthology ‘Once Upon a Future’.

Story Sale: ‘CSI: Jehovah’

April 4, 2010

The short story ‘CSI: Jehovah’ will be published by the Australian AntipodeanSF.

This short story has appeared, translated into Hebrew, in ‘Don’t Panic’: here. The name of the story says it all.