Very happy to report that Daily Science Fiction has bought my short story “Ali Knows the Future,” which I wrote after our daughter said that her friend from preschool could predict the future, and I started to wonder if he actually could.
This will be my third appearance at Daily Science Fiction. While waiting for “Ali Knows the Future” to be published, you can read the two previous ones: “The Reality Machine” (1/6/2016) and “Luna City, At Night” (5/3/2014).
(As an interesting historical note—interesting to me, at least—although this is the third story I’ve sold to the publishers and editors behind Daily Science Fiction, Michele-Lee Barasso and Jonathan Laden, I sold them another story almost fifteen years ago. That one, called “Hubot” and about a boy who pretends his mother is a servant-robot so his friends won’t think he’s poor, appeared in Issue 3 of Fictitious Force in November 2006.)