?

Log in

No account? Create an account
book-cover

Nebula Nominated Story "I Remember the Future" Now Available on the Web – For Free!

So here's the special Nebula week surprise....

As I mentioned in my Nebula Awards interview, I was reluctant to post the short story "I Remember the Future" for free on the web. Here's a little of what I said:


I know some people were disappointed that I didn’t release “I Remember the Future” for free on the web, but the irony is that I was actually the first writer to suggest releasing award nominees onto the web. Back in 1996, when my first story got nominated for the Hugo, I contacted the Worldcon committee and arranged for the nominated stories in my category to be hosted on my own website....

And as it stands, I did make “I Remember the Future” available for free to all members of SFWA, who are the only folks eligible to vote in the Nebulas. Last year, many of the Hugo nominees were made available for free, but only to Worldcon members. It’s no different here. The story was free to read for those people who are eligible to vote for or against it....


However, Apex Publications, which published my story collection, was very persuasive in the end.

So those of you who have been interested in reading the story can now find it on the Apex Blog!

I Remember the Future by Michael A. Burstein

I do hope that people who read the story and enjoy it might consider getting a copy of the book, though...

Comments

Damn, that story makes me cry every time I read it.
I blush.

Thank you.

There are many ways to purchase the book, depending on if you want a hardcover, trade paperback, or an ebook version. But the best way is to go to the following link and select the version you want from there:
http://www.apexbookstore.com/products/i-remember-the-future-the-award-nominated-stories-of-michael-a-burstein

That way, you can get it directly from the publisher.
I'm moved that the first story moved you.
Sorry, I'm not sure who you're referring to...
"I hope I've explained it better."

You have, and it's a fascinating story. Thank you.
I like it a lot!!!
Thanks!
atom

December 2016

S M T W T F S
    123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031
Powered by LiveJournal.com