My Scifi Short Story Production Board – Jackson Allen

My Scifi Short Story Production Board - Jackson Allen

Greetings! This is my scifi short story production board, where I list all the scifi short stories I am working on. Organization is key if you intend to be successful, so I wanted to track all my work in a single place. You might find this process interesting, and instructive for your own writing journey. You might also enjoy some of my microfiction entries. Read below for a breakdown on the publication / submittal process.

Title Submitted To Date Submitted Status
Deathclock Machine Amazon Pending
Last Message from Titan Six Analog

Asimovs

Apex Magazine

Escape Pod

Clarkesworld

02/23/2021 Submitted
The Necktie Party Augur

F&SF

Analog

Asimovs

Apex Magazine

Clarkesworld

02/26/2021 Submitted
Pap Therapy Terraform

F&SF

11/13/2020 Submitted
The Conquered (Draft 2.0) Amazon 01/20/2021 Published
The Battle of Victoria Crater Amazon

Strange Horizons Fantasy & Science Fiction

Intergalactic Medicine Show

Clarkesworld

Asimov’s

12/4/2017 Published
Body Issues Amazon

Asimov’s

Clarkesworld

Terraform

10/03/2017 Published
Call of the Void Cricket

Interzone

Fantasy & Science Fiction

Apex Science Fiction

Escape Pod

Clarkesworld

02/26/2021 Submitted
The Superhero Shrink Amazon 3/27/2017 Published
The Superhero Shrink: Climate Change Amazon 7/18/2017 Published
Planet Ugh Amazon

Strange Horizons

Apex Magazine

Clarkesworld

Intergalactic Medicine Show

10/03/2017 Published
ForeveRest Amazon

Galaxy’s Edge

Apex Magazine

Strange Horizons

Analog 

Clarkesworld

Intergalactic Medicine Show

9/06/2018 Published
The Rocket Amazon

Lightspeed
Analog
Apex MagazineIntergalactic Medicine Show

Clarkesworld

Asimovs

01/21/2019 Published
White Station TBD TBD Production
Purgatory TBD TBD Production
Time Travel Intern TBD TBD Production
Siloed TBD TBD Production
The Thinkers TBD TBD Production

 

The Publication Process

The process is relatively simple, once I think a story is good enough for publication I’ll submit it to magazines/online anthologies that I think will purchase them.

I don’t submit to free online resources and/or smaller publishers for a very important reason (Here’s why). If it doesn’t meet their needs, I’ll try elsewhere. If a story has been through a round-robin of publishers with no success, then I’ll publish it online as a free story for new members of the Inkican Crew.

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