So what's it all about, then?
Science fiction and fantasy still share a (relatively) thriving short fiction market, but what happens to the stories once they've been published? Sure, some of them get picked up for reprints or translations, but a lot of excellent work becomes hard to get hold of a very short time after it first appears. infinity plus aims to make some of these stories available again. We've also published some excellent original fiction.
Back in the early eighties, Josh Pachter put together an anthology, Top Science Fiction, where 25 writers selected what they regarded as the best stories they had ever written (in the original Dutch version there were even more writers involved).
What you'll find in infinity plus is something similar: stories, extracts and non-fiction chosen by the authors themselves. Over time it will grow into an archive which will republish some of the best science fiction and fantasy being written.
I hope you enjoy it - I know I'm going to!
(For a more complete history of the site, take a look at the infinity plus story, first published in Interzone.)
In publishing you encounter all kinds of people. We have our fair share of unscrupulous, spiteful and generally unpleasant individuals, but it's been my experience that most of the people I've come across have been my kind of people.
I've been helped in my writing career by far too many people to name, but I'd like to name a few of them, nonetheless.
That's it, I'll stop now. You can go and explore the site. I hope you enjoy what you find, and I hope you'll let us know what you think.
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