As well, "Way of the Needle" and "The Dog's Paw" appeared in Escapepod and Pseudopod, respectively. That's very exciting, because in the space of a year, I went from not having sold anything to the amazing Escape Artists group (of which I have been a longtime fan), to selling to all three :-)
I also sold I story I love called "Buddha Circus" to the anthology Darke Fantastique. It's a story I really like, because how often does the narrative offer the possibility of Buddha riding a unicycle?
And then came a couple of firsts and a fifth. I can now say that I sold my fifth story to Asimov's, which is also my first one to have humans on screen. Up until now, it's all been unrecognizably modified humans, non-humanoid aliens and monkeys. It's a science fiction ghost story, so I hope it flies with the readership.
The other first is that I sold my first story to Analog. I've been trying for years to hit the sweet spot for the Analog readership, and hadn't yet made it, but what finally worked for them was a survival tale set in the clouds of Venus, starring the Québécois. I'm descended from seven generations of Québécois, and live in Québec, and it finally occurred to me that a fringe benefit of being a writer was to give whomever I wanted heroic adventures in strange places, so I got to give some of space to the Québécois. I also got to make up the native life of Venus, so that was a ton of fun. It's called "Persephone Descending" and it will appear in the November issue of Analog (on the stands in early September).
I have lots of things still to work on, and never enough time, but everyone feels like that, right? :-)