German publisher, http://www.brunogmuender.com/, just bought one of my short stories, NOAH'S ARCH. The story was originally published in an anthology with my favorite lgbt print publisher, STARbooks Press, a few years back, and someone in Germany read it, liked it, and asked if I'd be interested in having it re-released in one of their magazines.
I haven't done any magazine work in a while, because I've been concentrating on full length novels and e-books. But when I was offered the opportunity, I didn't hesitate. Not only do I like working with magazines, I like the way they tend to change the stories around to suit their readers needs. It's a completely different market, and much less critical than book publishing. And when the revises are made, I've often found that I like the finished magazine stories even better than I liked the book versions. Most of the revises aren't obvious; just subtle differences. But I tend to like the way magazine editors focus more on reality and less on what everyone else is doing in romance and publishing.
I'm looking forward to the publication, which should be sometime in September. I don't know about the availability in the US, but I do know it's going to be on German news stands for at least a month. And I think there's going to be an online publication, too. So I'll post links and where it can be read.