Michèle Laframboise makes a double splash in top SF magazines!

SF Canada member Michèle Laframboise achieved a rare feat this month with simultaneous publications in both Asimov’s and Analog science fiction magazines.

Born in July, Michèle considers the double publication as a fine birthday gift, especially since her name is featured on Asimov’s cover.

Michèle’s two stories are :

Currently on sale in kiosks and specialized bookshops.

Michèle also currently has stories out in OnSpec 119 (Alberta-based) and NeoOpsis 33 (BC-based). She is also regularly featured in the French SF magazines Solaris in Québec and Galaxies in France.

Michèle Laframboise is a long distance runner (she ran the virtual Chilly Half in February) with more than 60 published works.

She enjoys working full time on her passions, writing and drawing comics. She just indie-published Maîtresse des vents, the first YA graphic novel to be published at her own imprint Échofictions.

Her SF is like chocolate… hard and crunchy. Echofictions also offers already-published stories that are no longer available, in both French and English.

Recently, Michèle has put out a collection « 5 Hard and Crunchy SF tales », a collection of cacao-rich science fiction stories.

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