Comments on "How do you say "Conditional Love" in Polish?" - Faerye Net 2010-09-17T17:13:23+00:00 yay 2010-09-17T17:13:23+00:00 2010-09-17T17:13:23+00:00 <p>whoo hoo!</p> Grizelda RE: How Does It Happen? 2010-09-17T11:19:40+00:00 2010-09-17T11:19:40+00:00 <p>That is much, much fun. I love these kinds of communication; it’s half the joy of it all.</p> Thea Swanson Re: How Does It Happen? 2010-09-16T23:17:33+00:00 2010-09-16T23:17:33+00:00 <p>Oh! Good question, Thea.</p> <p>In this particular case, the editor had read my story “Burgerdroid” and knew I had a new story out this year but couldn’t find the January 2010 back-issue, so he contacted me and asked for a digital reading copy of the story. Since it’s an awesome anthology, I was very happy to give him one. He read it, he sent a contract, and here we are.</p> <p>There are some reprint translation markets to which one can submit stories, which I’ve heard about but have not researched. Also, some editors in other countries subscribe to magazines like <em>Asimov’s</em> — I don’t know for certain how the editor of <em>Esli</em> read “Burgerdroid”, but that’s one possibility.</p> Felicity Re: Congratulations 2010-09-16T23:08:48+00:00 2010-09-16T23:08:48+00:00 <p>I’ll whisper your kind words to my little novel and perhaps it will feel invigorated and hopeful.</p> Felicity How Does It Happen? 2010-09-16T20:21:14+00:00 2010-09-16T20:21:14+00:00 <p>Felicity, I’m so curious about the process. How does a story in Asimov get into a Polish anthology. Please enlighten!</p> Thea Swanson Congratulations 2010-09-16T18:29:09+00:00 2010-09-16T18:29:09+00:00 <p>Oh, Felicity, you may joke about it, but I think I will soon hold a book of yours in my hands. I am so excited!</p> Jan Priddy