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A  few  recent works of mine...eh,eh
Sep 05th, 2012, 10:12pm
 
Here  are  some  new  links  to  a few recent  short- stories  I  completed  over the  course  of the last  months in American/English, as  follows, if  anyone  is  interested  or  wants to have  a  look  at...eh,eh:  


-Urban  Fantasy/Horror- "The Eater", dealing  with  a  very  evil alchemist  somewhere in Europe,and  then  across the world,  starting in  1800s…has been  published in  print  inside  a  Horror  Anthology   titled   "Now I Lay Me Down To Reap " by Sirens Call Publications...

And many thanks  to very kind Michele "Bottomdweller" DUTCHER who edited the story  and  many thanks to  very kind   Mrs. Nina D'Arcangela, of course!!!    




http://www.sirenscallpublications.com/


https://www.createspace.com/3937305


http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008ZKA41M


-Sci-Fi- "Metaphase (Fluffy I,II and III...)" , dealing with  dogs in space, in a way…on Aphelion  Webzine:

And many thanks  to very kind Michele "Bottomdweller" DUTCHER  and Mr. Robert  MORIYAMA  who edited the story!!!

http://www.aphelion-webzine.com/shorts/2012/08/Metaphase_Fluffy_I_II_III.html


-Sci-Fi- “Do not say a sword!" , a  funny  tale set  in  Glasgow, Scotland in the future…on British Schlock Webzine:

http://www.schlock.co.uk/pb/wp_0cbb606d/wp_0cbb606d.html

And many thanks  to very kind Michele "Bottomdweller" DUTCHER who edited the story, as usual!!!

 
-Sci-Fi- "The Library of hope..." , set  in  a  very huge  space  empire,seemingly…online on American Surprising Stories Webzine:

http://surprisingstories.dcwi.com/Contents.htm

http://surprisingstories.dcwi.com/libraryhope.htm

And many thanks  to very kind Michele "Bottomdweller" DUTCHER who edited the story  and  to  Mr. John Thiel, too, and wonderful art by Ramos Fumes!!!

Don't mind about the incorrect spelling of my last name,as it looks  there  like  Palumbra ( very fanny  in a way…eh,eh)  it happens more often that you could expect...eh,eh…and it will happen  again  somewhere, likely, anyway…eh,eh


-Urban  Fantasy/Fantasy- "Dreamless Nights..." , set in Greece long before the warrior peoples from the north came to create what was considered afterwards as Classical Greece, has been published online in September on American EMG-ZINE:

http://emg-zine.com/item.php?id=871

http://emg-zine.com/

And many thanks, of course, to very kind Michele "Bottomdweller" DUTCHER who edited the story  and  thanks to Jennifer Broschinsky, Head Editor of EMG-ZINE, too!!!


-Sci-Fi- "She was there..." , dealing  with  a  strange search  and set  in  the beautiful town of Lugano, Switzerland…online on Farther StarsThanThese Magazine:

http://www.fartherstars.com/search/label/Sergio%20%E2%80%9Cente%20per%20ente%E2%...

http://www.fartherstars.com/

-Sci-Fi- "If You Don't Just Get Skilled..." dealing  with a special  military  unit, so to say…eh,eh, on Orion's Child Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine:

http://orionschild.net/

http://orionschild.net/OC5_2012.html

http://orionschild.net/OC_Fiction0512Palumbo.html

And many thanks, of course, to very kind Michele "Bottomdweller" DUTCHER who edited the story, as every time, and  to Mr.  Gabriel  COLE, too!!!


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Re: A  few  recent works of mine...eh,eh
Reply #1 - Sep 6th, 2012, 7:09pm
 
My goodness, you certainly have been busy! Now I will have to get busy and read all those interesting-sounding stories -- thanks for providing links.

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Reply #2 - Sep 6th, 2012, 9:49pm
 
Thank  you very  much  for your kind appreciation, indeed...eh,eh Smiley

By the  way, just  mind  that  "The Eater"  is  not  a tale for kids, anyway...  about the character depicted in the story, well, the ones who read it before just told me that he seemed to be a sort of Doctor  Faustus-like figure  from old  Anglo-Saxon  literature, but in my opinion  he  is much worse than that, as Faustus in a way was caught in a game bigger than him, while the horrible Jeno in this story is much crueler and selfish, even though as the story goes on, it happens that (TO BE CONTINUED)...eh,eh   Wink Smiley
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Reply #3 - Sep 8th, 2012, 10:56am
 
You might want to edit the pic size so it fits better on the page.



It just looks nicer.
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Reply #4 - Sep 10th, 2012, 8:16am
 
Thanks so much, well done...eh,eh!!! Smiley
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A movie: Source Code
Reply #5 - Sep 12th, 2012, 6:57pm
 
Has anyone seen a movie called "Source Code?" I borrowed it from Netflix a couple days ago. What a gripping, fascinating, thought-provoking, nerve-wracking film! It's a s-f film, of course. But it has a plot that, as far as I know, no one has ever thought of before! And the actors are wonderful.

I would rank this one way up there, with the great ones like "The Day The Earth Stood Still."

If you've seen it, please tell me what you thought. If you haven't seen it, and can get it from Netflix, do yourself a favor and do so. Really, I don't mean to be bossy -- it just struck me as so wonderful I would want to share it with my pals. That is yinz guys, as we say in Pittsburgh.

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Reply #6 - Sep 15th, 2012, 9:22am
 
I'll have to look that one up. Another interesting one is 'Sleep Dealer"  Kinda like 'Blade Runner' type of spin off. Takes migrant workers to a new level.  English subtitles make it feel a little more real.


edit: couldn't find it, perhaps not on my Netflix plan.
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Reply #7 - Sep 16th, 2012, 5:21am
 
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Has anyone seen a movie called "Source Code?"



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Another interesting one is 'Sleep Dealer"



Thanks for your  kind  suggestions, I'll have a  look soon  at...eh,eh Smiley
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