Wednesday, July 18, 2012
A New Sci Fi Magazine Features A DLC Short Story
Editor Shane Collins explains the story this way: “The Cosmic Stringbusters” by D L Chance is a very good take on the social problems likely to be encountered in a generation starship. It elegantly questions whether the psychological pressures of the journey will be better faced by abandoning the past and only looking forward, or whether censorship of those things reminding people of the past would, in its own right, cause more problems than it would solve.”
The Speculative Edge might not be published on cheap pulp paper, but DLC is proud to have his early Sci Fi work made available in the tradition of the great Sci Fi authors he has read for so much of his life, such as Robert Heinein, Frederick Pohl, Ray Bradbury, Isaac Azimov, Poul Anderson, Lester del Rey, L. Ron Hubbard, Jack Vance, Arthur C. Clark, on and on.
Posted by DL Chance at 12:30 AM