Mary Soon Lee’s fantasy poem “Training: Horse” is online in Mirror Dance. She has also had a third poem nominated for the 2015 Rhysling Award, and has had poems published in the past month in the Cold Mountain Review, Mobius: The Journal of Social Change, and Songs of Eretz Poetry Review. She has an antiquated website at http://www.marysoonlee.com.
Early registration is now open for our local SF/F/H conference, Confluence, to be held July 24-26, 2015 at the Four Points by Sheraton Pittsburgh North. This year’s Guest of Honor is Joan Slonczewski and the Featured Filk Guest is Brooke Abbey.
Henry Tjernlund’s science fiction screenplay Small Blue was the 3rd highest reviewed feature script on Zoetrope.com for November 2014.
Parsec Board Member Bonnie Bogovich will be premiering Super Smash Opera at MAGFest.
Mary Soon Lee has a poem online in Ideomancer and four poems in Star*Line.
Jamie Lackey has had three stories published in several places.
Editor Stephen V. Ramey is working on the final table of contents for Triangulation: Steel Cities. The anthology should be about 55,000 words of theme speculative fiction!
Mary Soon Lee‘s poem “Interregnum” has won the 2014 Rhysling Award for Best Long Poem. “Interregnum” is the opening poem in her poetry sequence “The Sign of the Dragon” and was first published in Star*Line.
Also of interest to Confluence attendees, frequent Confluence guest, Geoffrey A. Landis, won second place in the Short Poem category with his poem “Rivers.”
Triangulation, Parsec’s annual fiction anthology, opened to submissions on December 1st. Since then, we’ve received over 100 submissions for this year’s theme, “Lost Voices.”
Find more info and submit your story here! http://parsecink.com/submission-guidelines/