Editor's Blog 8
This guest blog post was provided courtesy of Gail Z. Martin and the Hold On To The Light campaign. What happens when you start a conversation with over 130 bestselling sci-fi/fantasy authors about depression, anxiety, suicide, bi-polar, PTSD, self-harm and other mental health issues? The result is #HoldOnToTheLight, a blogging campaign back for its second […]
We’re hosting author Brandon Ellis on the blog. Read what he has to say about what inspired him to become an author and about the contest he’s running for readers! # About thirty years ago, my parents sat me down and read me a book. It wasn’t my first-ever book, but while my parents read, […]
We have exciting news to share: Beginning with the Winter 2016 issue, Space and Time #127, Barnes and Noble will expand its distribution of the magazine into 230+ additional bookstores throughout the U.S. This means an exponentially larger audience for Space and Time’s contributors — and for its advertisers. As a result, we’re receiving a lot […]
I was recently interviewed by Steveo for his podcast, On the Horn. Topics included everything from publishing to networking advice to favorite genre shows.
Hello! As you can see, we’re in the home stretch as far as the website updates. Remember, everything works even while we’re under construction, so feel free to place magazine orders on the Subscriptions page. Also, issue #125 is currently being printed and will begin shipping by the end of this week. There’s been some confusion […]
Thank you to everyone who submitted their short fiction during this open window! We have received so many great stories from a gratifyingly broad spectrum of authors. As we continue to process and respond to the work we’ve received, we wanted to let everyone know the window is closing tonight, Friday October 2, at midnight. […]