The scattered thoughts of short story writer Sandra Seamans
Hello Sandra,Thanks for posting this. I wondered where Crime City Central went.They ran a little contest a couple of years ago, using four of my short stories as lead-ins to longer stories.If anyone is interested, they can hear them on editions #32,33,34&35.For me the really good part was that the Editor came to me. I didn't have to submit any of the stories.Thanks again for keeping us posted.LBV
I'm guessing they weren't getting enough traffic to pay for the site, Leroy, so they closed up shop. They have four or five other podcasts of which StarShipSofa is the most popular. I was approached by the editor when they first started up and asked to send in my story from Pulp Ink plus another one that I chose. The Pulp Ink story wound up #63 the other was #11. And it's a great feeling when an editor asks the writer for a story.
I've read some of your stories and as soon as I can figure out how to pull up these two stories, I plan to listen to them.It's good to be on the same pod-cast as you, because I consider you a very good writer.LBV
Thanks for the very kind words, Leroy.You can read the first one over at A Twist of Noir http://a-twist-of-noir.blogspot.com/2010/09/twist-of-noir-583-sandra-seamans.html but the second one is in an anthology title Pulp Ink that's listed on Amazon.
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