Monthly Archives: November 2010

Bull Spec’s holiday shopping guide…

If you’ve got somebody on your list who loves genre fiction, there’s been a locally written book published either this year or late last year which is perfect for them. While gift certificates are great (Check IndieBound for bookstores near … Continue reading

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December/January events!

Whew. December is nearly upon us. After you recover from the weekend’s turkey-coma, wake up! December is getting off to a good start: Now: The November/December issue of the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction (F&SF) includes the short story … Continue reading

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Quick acceptances round-up.

It’s been way too long since I last talked acceptances, so: Raleigh’s Dale Mettam, “We Don’t Do Quests”. Humorous fantasy. 3000 words. Amber Sistla, “Fadeout”. Near future science fiction. 2500 words. Charlottesville, VA’s Don Norum. “A Mathematician’s Apology”. Science fiction. … Continue reading

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Hey, thanks Durham Magazine!

Durham Magazine’s Matt Dees blogs about Bull Spec, the issue #3 launch party at Flyleaf Books this Saturday afternoon, and next Thursday’s NC Speculative Fiction Night and says: “Pick up a copy if you want to be on the cutting edge … Continue reading

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Less than a week to the issue #3 launch party! A video walkthrough! And some reviews of #3 are coming in.

Hey there! It’s less than a week to the issue #3 launch party at Chapel Hill’s Flyleaf Books. It’s a great lineup, with: Pittsboro science fiction and fantasy author David Drake, who is planning to read from next year’s Out of the … Continue reading

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