I'm delighted to report that I've sold the 11,000-word novelette, "Something Real," to Asimov's Science Fiction magazine. The story is an alternate-universe take on Moe Berg, famous baseball player/spy from World War II. Moe was a brilliant, if erratic, guy with Ivy League academic credentials who chose to be a Major-Leaguer of modest success. he spoke several languages and was reputed to be genius, so he was recruited by the OSS to be a spy in Europe during World War II. When the story comes out you'll get to see Moe wrestle with one of the great questions of the war. Should he kill Werner Heisenberg, who heads the Nazi A-bomb program?
In -our- reality, Berg really did face that decision and decided not to pull the trigger. But in the story's reality, there are some twists and turns that make the whole story a lot more complicated, and a lot more important, than it was in real life. Watch for it sometime soon in Asimov's. Meanwhile, here's a picture of the real Moe, from Panachereport.com (and many other sites).