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Press Release
September 1st, 2011

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Daily Science Fiction Announces Stories for September, 2011.

Earth August 27, 2011 Daily Science Fiction launched on September 1st, 2010, emailing its first story to more than 500 pioneers. On September 1st, 2011 we'll be sending our 262nd Science Fiction, Fantasy, or slipstream story to 2,600 subscribers, who have subscribed to receive free stories in their email every weekday.
From 2010's publications, Daily Science Fiction stories have been noted as Locus notable stories ("Butterfly and the Blight at the Heart of the World" by Lavie Tidhar--our first weekend featured story from 9/3/10), and notable stories for the Million Writers Award ("Moonlight and Bleach" by Sandra McDonald 10/29/10, "Outside the Box" by Brian Winfrey 11/12/10, "Flashback" by Melissa Mead 11/26/10, "Perfect Black" by Will McIntosh 12/10/10). We anticipate--and hope for--even greater recognition for the stories published in 2011.
Meanwhile, time marches ever forward (except in some of the several time travel tales we've published). The following stories are scheduled for email distribution in September. Each story will be posted at www.dailysciencefiction.com one week after its exclusive email distribution:

September 1: "Dragons" Mahon Wakefield

September 2: "Now Until" Jonathan Fredrick Parks



September 5: "Everlasting" Fran Wilde

September 6: "Losing One's Appetite" Sarina Dorie

September 7: "Modification or Mutation: 8 Ways a Parent Can Be Sure" Marissa Kristine Lingen

September 8: "Test Drive" Nina Kiriki Hoffman

September 9: "Requiem Duet, Concerto for Flute and Voodoo" Eugie Foster



September 12: "HETERO3" Robert Reed

September 13: "Beauty, Deconstructed" Adam Colston

September 14: "Spiral" Sarah Stasik

September 15: "In Vivo" SJ Driscoll

September 16: "The Ritual of Names in Prague in the Last Days of the New Empire" Bernie Mojzes



September 19: "In Memoriam" Amanda C. Davis

September 20: "This Always Happens Here" Richard Larson

September 21: "Ten Speeds at the End of the World" Guinevere Robin Rowell

September 22: "Exit Stage Life" Cate Gardner

September 23: "Volition" Alec Austin



September 26: "The Last Seed" Ken Liu

September 27: "Regret Incorporated" Andy and RJ Astruc

September 28: "Totemkill" Sean Vivier

September 29: "Her Majesty's Guardian" Donald S. Crankshaw

September 30: "Wonder" Matthue Roth



For more information: http://www.dailysciencefiction.com

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