BCS on Facebook
BCS on Social Media
Posted in: About BCS, BCS on Facebook, BCS on Twitter by Scott H. Andrews


BCS has been expanding our social media presence into additional social media platforms. Here’s an updated list of where to find BCS on various social media:

BCS on Mastodon:


BCS on Tumblr:


BCS on Instagram:


BCS on Facebook:


We will stay on Twitter, https://twitter.com/BCSmagazine, so long as it’s functioning, but readers, writers, supporters, and fans who’re more active on these other platforms, follow us out there.

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Reader Poll, Round Two is Open
Posted in: BCS Anthologies, BCS Ebooks, BCS on Facebook, Reader Polls by Scott H. Andrews

07-08-2011, 12:10 PM

The first round of voting in the Reader Poll to pick a story for the Best of BCS Year Two anthology is now over! The six finalist stories are:

B. Gordon, On the Transmontane Run with the Aerial Mail Express
Kathryn Allen, Pale
Nancy Fulda, Knowing Neither Kin Nor Foe
Tom Crosshill, Waiting for Number Five
Adam Heine, Pawn’s Gambit
Vylar Kaftan, Prashkina’s Fire

That’s right, six finalists, because there was a tie for the top five stories in the first round.

The final vote between these six stories is open now, as a poll question on the BCS Facebook page. Cast your vote for which one you think should go into the Best of BCS Year Two anthology!

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BCS on Facebook
Posted in: About BCS, BCS on Facebook by Scott H. Andrews

08-03-2009, 09:18 AM

Beneath Ceaseless Skies has a Facebook page!

If you’re on Facebook, you can visit our page, sign up as a fan of BCS, and watch our Wall for announcements of every new issue. You can also pass word to your friends on Facebook and let them know about BCS, in case they might like the magazine too.

Thanks very much for your support.

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New “ShareThis” Link on Story Pages
Posted in: BCS on Facebook, BCS on Twitter, Support BCS by Scott H. Andrews

10-29-2008, 09:38 PM

We’ve added a new feature to the pages displaying each story, at the bottom below the “Comment on this Story” link–a “ShareThis” link.

The ShareThis feature lets you link to the story on your page at lots of social networking sites like Facebook, MySpace, Digg, del.icio.us, Yahoo, and many more. It also lets you post it to your LiveJournal, Blogger, Friendster, or Twitter account.

And for hopelessly old-fashioned folks like me , it lets you share it the old-fashioned way by typing in the email address of the friend you’d like to send the story link to.

Check it out, and share the cool stories here at BCS with everyone you know who likes literary adventure fantasy!

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