Had a good day yesterday : four works of one sort or another accepted. Definitely a record for me.
Trapeze Magazine accepted a Twitter piece titled Green Magick. That'll see the light of day early next year.
Ether - great name - accepted two realist/literary works : She'd Always Loved To Travel and Seek Alternative Route. This is a fascinating market and definitely one to watch. They distribute short fiction via an iPhone app : like myself, they're convinced short stories and eReaders make perfect bedfellows. And they've recently been shortlisted for a Mobile Entertainment Award in the Best Mobile Book Company category.
Finally, the luscious Bolts of Silk accepted a poem called Standing Stones, which will appear in the next couple of months. This is my third success with them after Coalmining and ' were published there last year.
So, all in all, a pretty good old day.
By the way, on the subject of poetry, which I only write occasionally, you know I rather suspect my poetic muse moonlights. She spends most of her time inspiring others. Only when she has a few scraps left over no-one else wants does she drop by and toss them my way. I really would like to write more ...