Guy L. Pace

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Final Frontier

Space: The Final Frontier This was the opening line introducing Star Trek episodes back in the late 1960’s. William Shatner delivered these opening lines in such a dramatic fashion and you can still hear it on Netflix or other sources that stream the original series. I still get chills and a sense of wonder at that opening Continue Reading

New Kid in Print

My first published short story, New Kid, is now in print. Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine Issue #25 is in print and is on the way to mailboxes and stores. If you ordered a subscription or a copy of this particular magazine, you should see it soon. And, I thank you for your support. If you didn’t Continue Reading

New Kid

New Kid, my first accepted short story, will appear in Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine very soon. I just learned that issue #25 is at the printer and we should see copies soon. I’m pretty stoked. If you want to read the story, or read this particular award-winning Canadian publication, here is a link to the forthcoming issue and an image of Continue Reading

Neo-Opsis SFM

This is a little blatant promotion, today. The magazine that accepted my story, “New Kid,” is Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine, out of Victoria, BC, Canada. The magazine’s publishing schedule has been a bit erratic of late, due to a number of personal blows in this family run operation. Normally, they publish three or four times a Continue Reading

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