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David D. Levine
19 February 2007 @ 06:06 pm
Word count: 18763 | Since last entry: 0

Back in one piece from Thailand, but very very jetlagged. Nothing worthwhile accomplished today.

The mail received while we were gone included:

  • Copies of the April 2006 issue of Fantasy & Science Fiction, including my story "Titanium Mike Saves the Day"
  • Copies of the March 2006 issue of Portti Science Fiction, including the Finnish translation of "Tk'Tk'Tk." I got my name first on the cover and a great interior illo, in color no less. Also in the package was my check for the translation, which seems to be typical for foreign sales.
  • An offprint of the Czech translation of "Tale of the Golden Eagle" from the February 2006 issue of the Czech edition of Fantasy & Science Fiction.
  • No acceptances or rejections. However, I did receive two rejections by email.

I did not do any writing or critiquing, and not much reading, on the trip. We were, as Kate says, on vacation. Despite which, we were extremely busy. Detailed trip report is definitely forthcoming, but format and distribution mechanism are an open question.