Thursday, July 1, 2010

"The Artist" in Print!!!

My short story "The Artist" can be found in the pages of Beyond Centauri's July 2010 issue. Beyond Centauri is a "magazine of fantasy, science fiction, and ewww-gross for younger readers [for readers of all ages], published quarterly on the 1st day of January, April, July, and October. Beyond Centauri publishes short stories, poems, illustrations, puzzles, articles, and movie reviews."

"The Artist" is a story that was originally published online in Mindflights, which has recently closed it's doors. I am thrilled to see the story getting a second chance, and in a print magazine! It's a supplement to Finding Angel--a bit of back story about one of the characters.

To order a copy of the July issue, or a full subscription to Beyond Centauri, click here.

And here is the full line-up you can find in this issue:

Issue 29
Larry Hodges: The Meteor Always Strikes Once
Barbara Bockman: Area 29
Patty Jansen: From the Parrot's Mouth
Anne Culbreath Watkins: The Dream-Reader
John Bushore: Two For A Dollar
Kat Heckenbach: The Artist
Kate Runnels: Kotoko's Dream
BJ Blanks: Cob And Lobbers
Simon Hardy Butler: The Treasure of the Chickadees
Jessie Peacock: Watercolored Different
Debby Feo: Star Struck
Pamela Love: Something In The Wood
Flash Fiction
Larry Hodges: Patsy At The Snake Show
Elizabeth Penrose: The Land of the Golden Purse
C. William Hinderliter: scifaiku
M. Grant Reed: Cosmic Wonder
Debby Feo: Hidden In Plain Sight
C. William Hinderliter: scifaiku
K. S. Hardy: The Monk
Guy Belleranti: Rapid Reader
Ruth Naylor: What Might Force?
K. S. Hardy: Funeral For The Dryads
K. S. Hardy: Moon Miracle
K. S. Hardy: Robot Butterflies
Keith Sikora: Solere
Adonis Emir: Tales From Behind The Wall
Tyree Campbell: Pyra and the Tektites [Part 4]
Dominic Ortega: Awakened
7ARS: Two for a Dollar
Richard H. Fay: Tree-Climbing Crimbolain
Lillian Kopaska-Merkel: fairy companionship
Marge Simon: Penaggalar
Cathy Buburuz: Solere


KM Wilsher said...

Kat this is so exciting!!

Terry W. Ervin II said...

It's great to see that "The Artist" found a reprint home.

Also, MindFlights has not closed it's doors!