Interview with T.D. Johnston, Founder of Short Story America

I finally managed a cyber sit-down with the incredibly busy and productive T.D. (Tim) Johnston. Aside from being an educator, and an author, Tim is the founder and editor of Short Story America which was recently named by Writer’s Digest as one of the Top 50 Online Literary Magazines in the world. But, as you will see below, Short Story America is far more than a literary magazine. For starters, their first Anthology will be released this month, and they are publishing it under their own imprint. It’s a beautiful book – hardback with dust jacket – containing 56 of their best stories from the last year or so (including one of mine). You can get your hands on a Read More…

Exciting News & Great Early Reviews – The Short Story America Anthology, Volume 1

I have some exciting news. A few months back Short Story America chose one of my stories to appear in their Anthology of their Best Stories of 2010. The hardback edition was released today. My story that was chosen is called Into The Woods. The collection is a monster: 56 stories in total – 544 pages – which should keep you going for a while. I’ve read a few of the other stories in the collection and they are excellent. There are paperback, e-book, and audio (both MP3 and CD) versions planned for later in the year, but this hardback version is a limited edition, signed by the editor T.D. Johnston (while stocks last). Here are some early reviews:

Exciting News & Great Early Reviews – The Short Story America Anthology, Volume 1

I have some exciting news. A few months back Short Story America chose one of my stories to appear in their Anthology of their Best Stories of 2010. The hardback edition was released today. My story that was chosen is called Into The Woods. The collection is a monster: 56 stories in total – 544 pages – which should keep you going for a while. I’ve read a few of the other stories in the collection and they are excellent. There are paperback, e-book, and audio (both MP3 and CD) versions planned for later in the year, but this hardback version is a limited edition, signed by the editor T.D. Johnston (while stocks last). Here are some early reviews:

Making Money From Writing, Part 1: Short Story Markets

People write for all sorts of reasons, but today we are going to talk about how to make money out of your stories. Whether you write short stories or novels, or anything in between, there are a number of different markets out there. If you are aiming to make a living from your stories, or at least supplement your income, you should be aware of all of them.