Chris McKitterick (mckitterick) wrote,
Chris McKitterick
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Sci Fiction ceasing publication

This is no good:

"As SCIFI.COM gears up to expand with exciting new ventures utilizing the newest technology, it will discontinue SCI FICTION, the online publishing division of of the site, at the end of 2005."

Here's Ellen Datlow's farewell message

New original and classic fiction will continue to be posted until the end of the year.

For more info, click here for SFWA's article.

Suck, there goes another short-SF market. I was going to send her a story soon, even! Okay, I guess that pretty much kills any drop of positive feeling left in me for SciFi. First they get rid of Farscape, now they kill the best SF magazine online. Great. How about spitting on some starving children now, you bastards?

Harumph,
Chris
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