I have already received galleys for “The End of the Silk Road,” which was just accepted at F&SF two weeks ago, and it will probably be published in the very next issue (May/June 2014)! Sometimes publishing does move fast.
Analog has reviewed Old Mars and has this to say: “The stories are without exception engaging and full of the old sense-of-wonder. It’s hard to pick standouts in this crowd, but be sure not to miss David D. Levine’s ‘The Wreck of the Mars Adventure,’ a tale of Captain Kidd’s 17th century expedition to Mars….”
Lois Tilton of Locus Online calls out my “The Wreck of the Mars Adventure” in her year-end summary!
Here’s Lois Tilton at Locus Online‘s review of my story “The Wreck of the Mars Adventure” in anthology Old Mars: “This is indeed high adventure, a cracking good sailing yarn with skiffy values. I love the imaginative audacity of the premise. The author’s version of Mars is also remarkable. Highly entertaining. RECOMMENDED.”
My story “Artist’s Retrospective” has been mailed to subscribers of Daily Science Fiction. It will be up on the website in about a week.
Flying Higher, 50+ poems about superheroes by SF/F writers and fans including ME, is now available as a FREE ebook!
SF Signal has posted the first review of the BVC edition of Second Chance, and it’s a doozy! Also, Daily Science Fiction is having a
Kickstarter to fund payments to authors for the next six months, and if you pledge $100 or more you can get a short story critique from me. Finally, my story “One Night in O’Shaughnessy’s Bar” will be reprinted in an anthology titled Mad Science Café, coming soon from Book View Café.