Monthly Archives: November 2009

Sneak Peek: “La Arquitectura de la Luna” (the Spanish translation of Joe Meno’s “The Architecture of the Moon”).

I thought you might also enjoy a sneak peek into the progress of the Spanish translation for Joe Meno’s “The Architecture of the Moon.” Also serving as a “Welcome!” to Itzel Leaf, who is handling the Spanish translation for this … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek: “L’Architecture de la Lune” (the French translation of Joe Meno’s “The Architecture of the Moon”).

I thought you might enjoy a sneak peek into the progress of the French translation for Joe Meno’s “The Architecture of the Moon.” Also serving as a “Welcome!” to Andrew Matte, who is handling the French translation and narration for … Continue reading

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Progress, slow and steady.

Already a week overdue on finalizing responses, I am afraid it will likely be a week more yet before every story gets its proper evaluation and response. Please do rest assured that each one will be fully considered in time, … Continue reading

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Reading and reading and reading. And reading. And translating.

Apologies for the slower responses to your submissions than anticipated. There’s been enough stories that we truly enjoyed that if we could we’d fill a little (or not so little) anthology. But rest assured that we are slowly, finally, making … Continue reading

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We’re pleased to announce that BULL SPEC SHORT #1 will be: Terry Bisson’s “George.”

The summer before George was born, Katie and I lived in a house on a high hill. The hill sloped up gently on three sides, covered with thick grass kept short by the wind; but in the back, behind the … Continue reading

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We are now closed for submissions until 1 February 2010.

Thanks everyone, so much for your submissions. We have so very many excellent stories to re-read and consider, and are, frankly, a bit overwhelmed. So much in just 10 days! All this really means is (1) submissions from now forward … Continue reading

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Heads up: will be closing submissions for this reading period at midnight Sunday night EST.

We’ve received so many great submissions, and many other ones quite good, besides. We promised to keep submissions open for 10 days and Sunday night at midnight EST will be that minimum. To be fair to ourselves, our day jobs, … Continue reading

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We’re pleased to announce that BULL SPEC NOVELLA #1 will be: Alan Smale’s “Delusion’s Song.”

To control Branwell they had to subdue him. To subdue him, they chose to burn him. So, on the fifty-third day of the village’s isolation from the world, a day that might have been April 29th of 1846 if the … Continue reading

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We’re pleased to announce that BULL SPEC ORIGINAL SHORT #1 will be: “Rise Up” by C. S. Fuqua.

Wynne shouted Bobby’s name as the guitar case in the backseat bounced against the ceiling, then back down. Time suspended. Undergrowth tore at the car, and a tree slammed into the passenger side. The airbags exploded. BULL SPEC is pleased … Continue reading

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Request for comments: a mutiny on the bounty.

We’re still tinkering with how we want to approach original works publication. (For benefit works, initial publication will be in Creative Commons BY-NC-ND or less restrictive at the author’s request.) First, again, we’ll never, ever sue or threaten to sue … Continue reading

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