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Asimov's Says Nothing

At 32 days, a say-nothing rejection from Asimov's. It's not the "We receive 800+ rejections per month, etc"; the other one.

In other news, I'm currently reading The Structures of Everyday Life: Volume I of Civilization & Capitalism, 15th-18th Century by French historian Fernand Braudel. Why? A cranky rant from one of my favorite writers. He's right, of course. I recommend this book for any writer of fantasy, along with Diana Wynn Jones's The Tough Guide to Fantasyland.