Groucho Marx wasn’t always right

My membership application to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America was approved today.

This is a milestone for me, right up there with my Writers of the Future win for Coward’s Steel and Analog accepting Flotsam. Those were two of the three qualifying short stories that I needed for membership, BTW.

The third was At Both Ends, at Flash Fiction Online, which was my first professional-rate sale. My heartfelt thanks to Jake Freivald, editor at FFO, for that one.

And for those of you who aren’t familiar with the Groucho reference, he once said that he wouldn’t want to belong to any organization that would have him as a member.

This once, I can’t agree.

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25 Responses to Groucho Marx wasn’t always right

  1. Laura Eno says:

    Very cool! Congrats!

  2. Congratulations! I know just how you feel.

  3. Congratulations, K.C. I’m still looking forward to that milestone myself (I’m at 2.5 qualifying sales!) so I understand how large it looms!

  4. Awesomeness!! Congrats!!

  5. Congratulations, KC! We’re glad to have been a part of it.

  6. OOOOOOOOOO, do we get to touch you now? ;)

  7. Gay Degani says:

    Way….congratulations! this is big!! BIG!

  8. Michael Ehart says:

    Congratulations!

  9. Congratulations, KC! How fantastic. I can’t imagine how excited you must be!

    You go, girl!

    (I just realized I hadn’t added this site to my blog role or google. It’s there now so I can keep up with you.)

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