Sunday, August 5, 2007

The Time Machine ~ Week of August 6, 2007

This week ::
~Time travel-friendly short fiction markets
~NBC's Fall show: Journeyman

By no means an exhaustive list, the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America consider these the most professional short story science fiction markets in the industry:

Analog Science Fiction and Fact
Asimov's Science Fiction
Baen's Universe
Cemetery Dance
Dark Wisdom
The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
Odyssey - Adventures in Science
Pedestal Magazine
Realms of Fantasy
Strange Horizons
Subterranean Magazine
Writers of the Future Anthology

Speculations, once a bi-monthly SF magazine that has changed exclusively to an online format, lists additional markets on their site, along with feedback from writers who have submitted to these publications.
NBC's Fall show "Journeyman" is being plugged as a romantic mystery-drama. Dan Vassar (Kevin McKidd, "Rome") plays a San Francisco newspaper reporter and familyman, who "inexplicably begins to travel through time and change people's lives. Along the way, he must deal with the difficulties and stress at work and home brought on by his sudden disappearances. However, his freewheeling travels through the years reunite him with his long lost fiance, Livia--which complicates his present life with wife Katie and their son."
Will you tune in?


Sandra Ferguson said...

Hey, isn't this one of the shows that Candy highly recommended? Now, maybe it's because this lead actor is extremely hot and maybe it's a great show -- but looking at this guy can't be wrong whatever the reason. *GRIN*

Sherry Davis said...

Hey, I love the new look of your blog. Great tips on the sff market.

Susan Macatee said...

Very nice blog. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment on mine. I love the time-travel genre as well as science fiction and paranormal.