Bradfer's Pirate" - available, as usual, from Isomorph Press. Before I put it up, I spent several hours editing the story and really brought it to maximum effect.
Similarly, I'm currently doing a re-write of another story for a magazine. It's also going well, and I'm enjoying the editing process. The funny thing is, even though I'm enjoying these projects, and even though I can very clearly see the improvements I'm making to these stories, I normally hate editing.
That's unfortunate, because I can obviously create better product if I spend more time editing. I guess the incentive of knowing well and truly that there may be a potential audience for a story makes me want to work harder on my writing. If I'm the only one to see it, I don't care so much.
Maybe I'm not the discerning reader I thought I was; or maybe I just need more lag time between readings. I've started putting my shorts aside for at least a month between initial composition and editing, and it's a great strategy.
In any case, you have nothing to fear with Bradfer's Pirate: I can guarantee it's a bang-up job. All those rejections from the professional 'zines were the antidote I needed to swallow to produce an awesome tale in the long run. Besides: there's really nothing more awesome than space-grapples - and that's all I have to say about that.