Recent Acceptances
Recent Acceptances, 10/27/14

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Some recent acceptances from the past few months at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“Madonna,” by Bruce McAllister 

“Everything Beneath You,” by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam    

“A Screech of Gulls,” by Alyc Helms

 

“Two To Leave,” by Yoon Ha Lee

“The King in the Cathedral,” by Rich Larson

The first three authors are new to BCS, but the last two–

–have appeared in BCS before.

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Recent Acceptances, 10/23/13

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Yet more recent acceptances from the past few months at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“Sweetwater Notion and the Hallelujah Kid,” by K.C. Ball

“The Dreams of Wan Li,” by Andrea Stewart

“The Streetking,” by Peter Hickman

 

“Kurtana,” by Christian K. Martinez

“Our Fire, Given Freely,” by Seth Dickinson

“Evensong, Having Been Answered,” by Dean Wells

“Golden Daughter, Stone Wife,” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew

The first three authors are new to BCS, but the last four–

–have appeared in our pages before.

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Recent Acceptances, 09/16/13

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Some of the recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last several months:

“The Coffinmaker’s Love,” by Alberto Yáñez

“The Adventure of the Pyramid of Bacconyus,” by Caleb Wilson

“Your Figure Will Assume Beautiful Outlines,” by Claire Humphrey

“Blow ‘Em Down,” by Rebecca Gomez Farrell

 

“Pheth’s Aviary,” by Matthew Kressel

“The Year of Silent Birds,” by Siobhan Carroll

“Forsaken Beneath the Stars,” by Jason S. Ridler

“A Death for the Ageless,” by Margaret Ronald

Matthew Kressel (“The Suffering Gallery” inBCS #57), Siobhan Carroll (“In the Gardens of the Night” in BCS #74), Jason S. Ridler (“Buzzard’s Final Bow” in BCS #68), and of course Margaret Ronald (“The Governess and the Lobster” in BCS #95, and many others) have appeared in BCS before, but the others are new to our pages.

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Recent Acceptances, 06/25/13

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Yet more recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last month:

“Moreau’s Daughter,” by Holly Messinger

“The Walking Still,” by C.T. Hutt

“On the Origin of Song,” by Naim Kabir

 

“Cherry Blossoms on the River of Souls,” by Richard Parks

“Walls of Skin, Soft as Paper,” by Adam Callaway (a companion piece to his acclaimed BCS story “Walls of Paper, Soft as Skin”)

Adam Callaway (“Sate My Thirst with Ink and Blood” in BCS #115, “The Magic of Dark and Hollow Places” in BCS #96, among others) and of course Richard Parks (“In the Palace of the Jade Lion” in BCS #100, “The Ghost of Shinoda Forest” in BCS #63, and many more) have appeared in BCS before, but the others are new to our pages.

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Recent Acceptances, 05/07/13

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Yet more recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last few months:

“The Girl Who Welcomed Death to Svalgearyen,” by Barbara A. Barnett

“Not The Worst Of Sins,” by Alan Baxter

 

“The Black Veil,” by M. Bennardo

“A Feast for Dust,” Gemma Files

“Forsaken Beneath the Stars,” by Jason S. Ridler

“The Goblin King’s Concubine,” by Raphael Ordoñez

M. Bennardo (“After Compline, Silence Falls” in BCS #107), Gemma Files (“Two Captains,” forthcoming in July), Jason S. Ridler (“Buzzard’s Final Bow” in BCS #68), and Raphael Ordoñez (“Misbegotten” in BCS #113) have appeared in BCS before , but the others are new to our pages.

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Recent Acceptances, 04/23/13

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Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last few months:

“Ill-Met at Midnight,” by David Tallerman

“Whistler’s Grove,” by A.E. Decker

“Stitched Wings,” by Beth Cato

“Now Ix, He Was a Lover,” by Hannah Strom-Martin

“Our Dead Selves Lie Like Footsteps in Our Wake,” by Jeff Isacksen

 

“Cold, Cold War,” by Ian McHugh

“A Sixpenny Crossing,” by Don Allmon

“Artificial Nocturne,” by E. Catherine Tobler

Ian McHugh (“Red Dirt” in BCS #58; “Songdogs” in BCS #27), Don Allmon (“Bandit and the Seventy Raccoon War” in BCS #103), and E. Catherine Tobler (“Lady Marmalade” in BCS #98; “The Lady of the Lake” in BCS #86; and others) have appeared in BCS before , but the others are new to our pages.

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Recent Acceptances, 02/04/13

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Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last few months:

“The Crooked Mile,” by Dan Rabarts

“The Mermaid Caper,” by Rich Larson

“The Language of True Things,” by Nick Scorza

“The Study of Monstrosities,” by Greg Kurzawa

“The Clockwork Trollop,” by Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald

 

“Blood Remembers,” by Alec Austin

“Singing like a Hundred Dug-up Bones,” by Alex Dally MacFarlane

Alec Austin (“Casualties” in BCS #111) and Alex Dally MacFarlane (“Fox Bones. Many Uses.” in BCS #99) have appeared in BCS before , but the others are new to our pages.

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Recent Acceptances, 01/11/13

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Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last few months:

“The Drowned Man,” by Laura E. Price

“The Crows Her Dragon’s Gate,” by Benjanun Sriduangkaew

“Dreams of Peace,” by Dana Beehr

“The Barber and the Count,” by Michael Haynes

 

“Armistice Day,” by Marissa Lingen

“Bakemono,” by A.B. Treadwell

Marissa Lingen and A.B. Treadwell have appeared in BCS before, but the top four are new to our pages.

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Recent Acceptances, 12/12/12

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Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last few months:

“Boat in Shadows, Crossing,” by Tori Truslow

“Misbegotten,” by Raphael Ordoñez

“Beheaded by Peasants,” by James L. Sutter

“The Crimson Kestrel,” by Leslianne Wilder

“Blood, Stone, Water,” by A.J. Fitzwater

 

“Sate My Thirst with Ink and Blood,” by Adam Callaway

“Last Rites For A Vagabond,” by Justin Howe

Adam Callaway and Justin Howe have all appeared in BCS before, but the top five authors are new to our pages.

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