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Four SF Haiku Published

Thursday, 7 February 2013



Four haiku publications to report today, all in Scifaikuest magazine. Two of them - a snowball planet and brain scanned - are free to read in the online version while the other two - a lunar crater and bare feet in the snow - are only in the print version.



16 comments:

  1. Simon! I get this when I click on your link:
    "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to www.samsdotpublishing.com
    Try reloading: www.­samsdotpublishin­g.­com"

    Oh dear! Will try later! But yay for you!! Take care
    x

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    1. Thanks - but that's very odd! Just checked in IE and Firefox and it was OK. Will download Chrome and try it...

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    2. ... hmm, Chrome works OK for me. Maybe the web site was down for a moment?

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  2. Yay Simon. Congrats.

    ......dhole

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  3. I always enjoy your scifaiku -- nicely done! (I'll be in the May issue...)

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    1. Thanks, Milo. Looking forward to reading yours.

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  4. Congrats, Simon. I liked them much.

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  5. Hey. Very nice. And look, we're TOC buddies again. I didn't know it had been published. See it pays to read your blog!

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    1. Saw your name in there! I'll let you know if I spot any other of your publications anywhere...

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  6. Simon, are you still writing scifaiku? I haven't done any in ages, but suddenly I feel re-inspired.

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    1. I haven't written any for ages either. Novel editing has rather got in the way of everything else. But I think I might start writing some more too...

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  7. Thanks! Even with googling my own name I missed it.

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