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Saturday, June 9, 2012

That Short Story I had Published

Well I eventually got around to emailing the subscriptions manager of SpineOut Online Magazine last week, where my short story 'Walking to the Shop' was published in the March 2012 edition. I had decided it was time that I worked out how to access it, seeing as the link my school had provided me with wasn't working for me.

The link doesn't work because SpineOut only sells subscriptions to schools and libraries, so if your school or local library has a subscription, you might be able to view the full story via them! Although I'm pretty sure this is an Australian publication, so I'm not entirely sure if many schools or libraries outside of Australia will have a subscription.

The subscription manager, Bonnie Maher, was kind enough to attach a document of the page in the magazine where my short story was featured. I've zoomed in and print screened in the image below to make it a bit easier for you to read what it says:






































All I can say is that I'm happy.  :)

- Bonnee.

8 comments:

  1. So can you put your entire short story up? Or print it off for your favourite ex-teacher to read next week? :P

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    1. I'll have to find out to the first question. Absolute yes to the second question :)

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  2. Yeah... we want to read more... that's a great start... although there was perhaps one too many "m" in the description of the mower engine :)

    Only messing with ye!

    C'mon Oirland!!!

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    1. Hahaha oh when I read over the story after finding out it had been published, I wanted to cry. I found a bunch of mistakes, but the multiple "m"s wasn't one of them! :)

      C'MON OIRLAND!!!

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  3. Excellent! I'm not sure how the Rights thing will work, so make sure you're legally able to post it up here before you do anything like that.

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    1. Definitely, definitely! I don't want any trouble!

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  4. You should be happy, Bonnee. You now have a published short story that you can put in your queries to literary agents.

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    1. Oh I am very happy don't you worry! :D Mustn't forget to add this little detail to my queries.

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