Well, Isn’t This a Nice Surprise!

I was getting restless. I wondered if people were going to think I was crazy or, worse yet, making it up when I said I had another story being published. I checked Nebula Rift magazine’s Facebook page and website regularly and saw no updates or announcements of new issues, and they never emailed me to let me know when the issue I was going to be in was coming out (which is kinda weird, isn’t it?), so imagine my surprise when I went to their website this morning to discover that sometime in the past few weeks, my issue came out!


Nebula Rift Volume 2, Number 4 is available for purchase and download now!

My story Tale of the Revolution is in there, and like my other story to be published so far, it’s a bit of an anomaly. Once again, it’s the rare story where no one dies and there are no curse words. Stranger still, it’s my first—and so far only—attempt at writing any sort of sci-fi. I actually thought this story might be hard to place somewhere because it’s very short and it’s not “hardcore” sci-fi. Luckily, the fine folks at fictionmagazines.com (who publish seven, count ’em, seven different magazines) liked it enough to publish it, and here we are.

I really like this story, and I hope you guys do, too.

Check it out!

Published by Kenneth Jobe

Kenneth Jobe is a writer, photographer, musician, and Native Californian living in the Midwest with his wife and son. His fiction has been published in Jitter, The Rusty Nail, Ghostlight: The Magazine of Terror, and the horror anthology Robbed of Sleep, Volume 2.

11 thoughts on “Well, Isn’t This a Nice Surprise!

  1. This post is what I woke up to this morning. I smiled HUGE, read the post, and shared it across all my networks. I am so excited for you!!! You are an inspiration to make time to write during a busy work week and follow the calling. You rock! Great job! Keep going!

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