Altered Fluid will be appearing this Saturday on Jim Freund’s radio show “Hour of the Wolf.” We will be critiquing a story by Rajan Khanna live on the air. The program airs from 5-7am on WBAI, 99.5 FM in the NY Metro area, or can be heard live and after the show anywhere in the world at http://stream.wbai.org. Here’s a link to the Facebook Event. You can read about our previous on-air hijinks here.
I received my shiny new copy of Interzone this weekend with my story “Saving Diego.” It’s not my first story in print, but it’s probably the largest venue I’ve been published in so far. I was blown away by David Gentry‘s art for my story. A mid-eastern-looking man crouches in a windowsill before a desert cityscape. In the distance are satellite dishes and antennas. It’s so damn close to what I had envisioned when I wrote the story. It makes me really happy.
Also in the issue are Alaya Dawn Johnson’s “Far and Deep,” and Paul Berger’s “Home Again.” Our stories run sequentially in the issue.
Darin Bradley over at Farrago’s Wainscot just informed me that he will be taking my story, “All the Worlds,” for their next issue. The story takes place in the tense moments before a play begins, with multiple intersecting realities befuddling all attempts at predictability.
Thanks to Mercurio D. Rivera for his last-minute commments on this story which really made it sing.