My short story “Alecia in the Mechwurm” has just come out in the latest issue (#59) of Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine. ASIM, along with Aurealis, carries the banner for Australian (and NZ, and well, I guess all of Oceania) Science Fiction. This is my second story with them (following “I am Nano” a couple of years ago). This issue is edited by the inestimable David Kernot, and I’m honored to be included in his issue.
“Alecia…” is another story under the Michael Shone penname (probably the last), and is set in the same universe (i.e. Mechwurms) as last year’s “The Flower Garden” which appeared in the Spring 2013 issue of The Colored Lens. If you’ve read that story, “Alecia…” is a slightly different tone – more hard sci-fi compared to “The Flower Garden’s” more literary leaning.
Interesting side-note: also on the contents page is Australian writer Steve Cameron, with whom I’ve shared a previous contents page, just this year in Outposts of Beyond.
4 thoughts on “Alecia in the Mechwurm in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine”
Thanks for the shout out, Sean. I must admit I recognised your name in ASIM but couldn’t recall where from. Now, of course, it makes sense. Oh, and from WotF too! Great to share two TOCs with you.
Hey. Didn’t realize you’d placed in WOTF too. Great to make contact.
Congrats, Sean! Andromeda is a great mag.