Interstellar: Apollo to Atlantis

My new short story, Interstellar: Apollo to Atlantis, is officially out in the world! It’s part of the second annual Emerging Writers series through Z Publishing House, and it can be found here!

All you have to do is click on the link, go to Our Books, and search the Fantasy tag for America’s Emerging Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers: Northeast Region. It’s also currently under Featured Books if you scroll down. Just look for this gorgeous cover below!

I have a short story in the first Massachusetts edition, too, so if you feel so inclined, you could grab a copy of the Fiction Anthology under the Emerging Writers tag.

But my new story, Interstellar: Apollo to Atlantis, is the final draft of a short story that I wrote toward the beginning of my short story project, Thursday Thousand, in which I write a short story that is, at minimum, 1000 words. It’s been fine-tuned into a piece that I’m really proud of, and that will hopefully leave you wanting more. It’s about space and thievery and friendship, and I love it to little pieces.

And the best part? I truly can’t believe this, but if you use my link, the one above, I get paid. This is wild. Guys. I am finally getting paid for my writing. It’s really happening! So not only do you get a super badass short story out of it (among many other fantastic ones!), but you get to help me fulfill my lifelong dreams.

As if that wasn’t cool enough, you can now also find it on Goodreads!

I hope you grab a copy, and if you do, let me know what you think!

One response to “Interstellar: Apollo to Atlantis”

  1. Character Spotlight: Soraya Dalí – Mary and the Words Avatar

    […] to write that has no title other than space thieves. She comes from a short story that I wrote, Interstellar: Apollo to Atlantis, and that you can buy if you follow that link! (Will I ever stop being over the fact that I’m […]


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