Recent Acceptances
More Recent Acceptances, 08/29/12
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies from the last month:

“Casualties,” by Alec Austin

“‘His Crowning Glory': a new tale of the Antique Lands,” by Noreen Doyle (set in the same world as her story in Realms of Fantasy in 2007)

 

“Death Sent,” by Christian K. Martinez

“The Stone Oaks,” by  Stephen Case

“The Storms in Arisbat,” by Therese Arkenberg

Christian K. MartinezStephen Case, and Therese Arkenberg have all appeared in BCS before, but the top two are new to our pages.

Congratulations all!

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Recent Acceptances, 08/20/12
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

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

“The Ascent of Unreason,” by Marie Brennan (a Driftwood story)

“Worth of Crows,” by Seth Dickinson

“Hold a Candle to the Devil,” by Nicole M. Taylor

 

“They Make of You a Monster,” by Damien Walters Grintalis

“Unsilenced,” by Karalynn Lee

“The Telling,” by Gregory Norman Bossert

“The Scorn of the Peregrinator,” by John H. Stevens

“Bandit and the Seventy Raccoon War,” by Don Allmon

Marie BrennanSeth Dickinson, and Nicole M. Taylor have all appeared in BCS before, but the bottom five are all new to our pages.

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More Recent Acceptances, 06/20/12
Posted in: Recent Acceptances, Submissions Updates by Scott H. Andrews

Here are some more recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies from the last few months:

“Luck Fish,” by Peta Freestone
“The Giants of Galtares,” by Sue Burke
“The Heart of the Rail,” by Mark Teppo
“Seeking The Great Raymundo,” by Jamie Lackey

“Three Little Foxes,” by Richard Parks (a new Lord Yamada story)
“A Song of Blackness,” by Nancy Fulda
“Cursed Motives,” by Marissa Lingen

Richard Parks, Nancy Fulda, and Marissa Lingen have all appeared in BCS before, most of them multiple times, but the top four are all new to our pages.

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Some Recent Acceptances, 06/12/12
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

We’ve had a bunch of recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies in the last few months. Some include:

“Fox Bones. Many Uses.,” by Alex Dally MacFarlane
“The Tale of the Aggrieved Astrologer,” by Jack Nicholls
“After Compline, Silence Falls,” by M. Bennardo
“The Three Feats of Agani,” by Christie Yant

“In the Palace of the Jade Lion,” by Richard Parks (actually, not a Lord Yamada story)
Liaisons Galantes: A Scientific Romance,” by David D. Levine
“How the Wicker Knight Would Not Move,” by Chris Willrich

Richard Parks, David D. Levine, and Chris Willrich have all appeared in BCS before, most of them multiple times, but the top four are all new to our pages.

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More Recent Acceptances, 11/10/11
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

11-10-2011, 09:21 AM

Some more recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“Heartless,” by Peadar Ó Guilín
“The Proof of Bravery,” by David Milstein
“The Traitor Baru Cormorant, Her Field-General, and Their Wounds,” by Seth Dickinson

“Shadows Under Hexmouth Street,” by Justin Howe
“A Place to Stand,” by Grace Seybold

Grace Seybold (“Unrest” in BCS #12 and Audio Fiction Podcast 012) and Justin Howe (“Of Shifting Skin and Certainty” in BCS #26 and Podcast 024) have appeared in our “pages” before, the others are new to BCS.

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Recent Acceptances, 10/31/11
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

11-02-2011, 09:45 AM

Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“Hence the King from Kagehana,” by Michael Anthony Ashley
“The Empire of Nothingness,” by Geoffrey Maloney
“Read This Quickly, for You Will Only Have a Moment...,” by Stephen Case

“The Death of Roach,” by Spencer Ellsworth
“The Last Gorgon,” by Rajan Khanna

Michael Anthony Ashley (“To Kiss the Granite Choir” in BCS #27-28), Geoffrey Maloney (“Mr Morrow Mr Morrow Becomes Acquainted with the Delicate Art of Squid Keeping” in BCS #64), and Stephen Case (“The Silver Khan” in BCS #29) have appeared in our “pages” before, but Spencer Ellsworth and Rajan Khanna are new to BCS.

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Recent Acceptances, 08/05/11
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

08-05-2011, 02:40 PM

Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“The Red Cord,” by Wren Wallis
“Princess Courage,” by Nadia Bulkin
“A Spoonful of Salt,” by Nicole M. Taylor
“Held Close in Syllables of Light,” by Rose Lemberg
“The Angel Azrael Rode Into the Town of Burnt Church on a Dead Horse,” by Peter Darbyshire
“Butterfly,” by Garth Upshaw
“Calibrated Allies,” by Marissa Lingen

Garth Upshaw (“Breathing Sunshine” in BCS #56, “Gizzard Stones” in BCS #35, among others) and Marissa Lingen (“The Six Skills of Madam Lumiere” in BCS #46 and “The Witch’s Second” coming in the next month) have appeared in our “pages” before, but the others are new to BCS.

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Recent Acceptances, 06/20/11
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

06-20-2011, 12:18 PM

Some more recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“Salvage,” by Margaret Ronald
“The Witch’s Second,” Marissa Lingen
“The Tiger’s Turn,” by Richard Parks (a Lord Yamada tale)

“Salvage” is set in the same world as Margaret Ronald’s other five steampunk/sorcery stories in BCS, and it features the same characters as the first of those stories, “A Serpent in the Gears.”

Marissa Lingen appeared in BCS last summer with the well-reviewed novelette “The Six Skills of Madam Lumiere” in BCS #46.

And Richard Parks’s Lord Yamada will be making his fifth appearance in BCS, after “The Ghost of Shinoda Forest” in BCS #63.

Congratulations, all!

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Recent Acceptances, 06/09/11
Posted in: Recent Acceptances by Scott H. Andrews

06-09-2011, 01:34 PM

Some recent acceptances at Beneath Ceaseless Skies:

“Ink and Blood,” by Marko Kloos
“Bone Diamond,” by Michael John Grist
“The Calendar of Saints,” by Kat Howard
“My Father’s Wounds,” by Ferrett Steinmetz
“And Her Eyes Sewn Shut with Unicorn Hair,” by Rosamund Hodge

Ferrett Steinmetz (“As Below, So Above” in BCS #56) and Rosamund Hodge (“More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand” in BCS #53) have appeared in our “pages” before, but the first three are new to BCS. Congratulations to all!

 

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