Monday, October 30, 2006

Dragons, Knights and Angels...oh my!

This month the CSFF Blog tour is looking at the Dragon, Knights and Angels e-zine.

DKA is a small, but paying, publication for Christian fantasy and science fiction short stories. In fact you will find short stories or poetry there from many of those who participate in the CSFF Blog tour.

I'm not a huge fan of short stories (I like to spend long times in the worlds I visit), but for those of you who are, be sure to check them out.

Also they are kicking off their fundraising period for the next year. You can learn more details here.

Check out the other participants:
Jim Black
Jackie Castle
Valerie Comer
Frank Creed
Christina Deanne
Beth Goddard
Rebecca Grabill
Todd Michael Greene
Leathel Grody
Karen Hancock
Elliot Hanowski
Katie Hart
Sherrie Hibbs
Sharon Hinck
Joleen Howell
John Otte
Jason Joyner
Oliver King
Tina Kulesa
Kevin Lucia
Rachel Marks
Shannon McNear
Rebecca LuElla Miller
Cheryl Russell
Mirtika Schultz
James Somers
Stuart Stockton
Steve Trower
Chris Walley
Lost Genre Guild
Speculative Faith


Blogger :-)Ronie said...

I'm not one for short stories either despite writing a couple of them and getting them published online. LOL Just have too much in my novel-length to get done and with college and homeschooling...

Anyway, y'all have fun now, ya here! ;) (yeah, lame, I know. LOL)

8:41 AM, October 31, 2006  
Anonymous Pixy said...

I love writing shorts, but reading them is different. I read sooo many of them for critique groups I'm in and at Haruah, it always feels like work. I automatically move into edit mode. :)

But DKA has some great ones! And SR too. I'm always happy when I break down and read some. I read an RGR one of Lee's and it was so fun. I'm hooked on space opera now that they (the RGR gang) got me to watch "Firefly". ;)

1:43 PM, October 31, 2006  
Blogger Becky said...

Stuart, I'm so glad you linked to Rebecca. I meant to add her to my list yesterday, then forgot.

I guess there's always tomorrow.

I think I like writing short fiction more than I like reading it. But without contests, I doubt I'd even write much.

As I pointed out on another site, one benefit for me is having something that actually gets done and feels done, something I can polish and send off. Novel writing for me--what with doing a trilogy and all--doesn't ever give me that finished feel.


2:12 PM, October 31, 2006  
Blogger Rebecca said...

Ha! It took me checking my stats to even SEE that I was linked. I think I made it about two-thirds through in commenting for the tour before it was done and I was semi-permanently distracted from it (as in, distracted until this moment). Bummer for Stu that his name is toward the bottom of the list. :-(

I'll start at the bottom next time. And I know how it feels - my maiden name started with "W." I swear this is why I never learned my alphabet. The teacher would say, "Now children, line up in alphabetical order!" And I'd just shuffle off to the end of the line.

2:12 PM, November 09, 2006  

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