Odyssey Graduates’ News: Publications and Sales

Recent/Upcoming Publications

Novels

Travis Heermann, class of 2009
Heart of the Ronin
Published by: E-Reads
Travis’s website: http://travisheermann.com/

Short Stories

Barbara A. Barnett, class of 2007
“A Song Never Tasted”
Published by: Daily Science Fiction
Barbara’s website: http://www.babarnett.com/

Larry Hodges, class of 2006
“Car Drive”
Published by: Flagship Magazine, January 2011
Larry’s website: http://www.larryhodges.org

Jason S. Ridler, class of 2005
“Two Bullets, One Shot”
“Port Hope Christmas”
Published by: Big Pulp, Winter 2010
Jason’s website: http://jsridler.livejournal.com/

Eric James Stone, class of 2007
“Waiting for Raymond”
Published by: Daily Science Fiction
Eric’s website: http://www.ericjamesstone.com

Magazines

Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Edited and Published by Scott H. Andrews, class of 2005
Issue #60: January 13, 2011
Issue #61: January 27, 2011

Minnetonka Review
Edited by Troy Ehlers, class of 1997
Issue #7

Recent Sales

Barbara A. Barnett, class of 2007
“Dumping the Dead” to Best of Every Day Fiction Three Anthology

Michael J. DeLuca, class of 2005
“The Nine-Tailed Cat” to Beneath Ceaseless Skies

Carl Frederick, class of 2000
“The Lycanthropic Principle” to Analog Science Fiction & Fact
“Prayer for a Dead Paramecium” to Top Zine

Abby Goldsmith, class of 2004
“A Taste of Time” to Escape Pod

David H. Hendrickson, class of 2006
“The Floater” to Bride of the Golem Anthology

Travis Heermann, class of 2009
“An Idol for Emiko” to Historical Lovecraft Anthology

Erica Hildebrand, class of 2007
“”In the Seeonee Hills” to Beware the Night Anthology

Larry Hodges, class of 2006
“The Greeny at Old Smokey Lake” to Raygun Revival
“One Brushstroke at a Time” to Every Day Fiction

Justin Howe, class of 2005
“Go Home Stranger” to Beware the Night Anthology

Jason S. Ridler, class of 2005
“Blood that Burns so Bright” to Evolve 2 Anthology

Eric James Stone, class of 2007
“That Leviathan, Whom Thou Hast Made” to Monsters & Mormons Anthology
“Girl Who Asks Too Much” to Daily Science Fiction
“To Serve Aliens (Yes, It’s a Cookbook)” to Analog Science Fiction & Fact

Contests

Jeff Lyman, class of 2004
2nd Place Winner, Writers of the Future 26, 4th Quarter

Jobs

David J. Corwell, class of 2001
New Mexico Sales Rep for Fantasist Enterprises


Congratulations to all of our graduates for their successes, both past and upcoming! If you’re interested in seeing a full list of sales and publications, please visit our Graduates’ Publications page here!

For more information about Odyssey, its graduates and instructors, please visit our website at http://www.odysseyworkshop.org

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