Six fantasy. Thirteen SF.
Hmm. Finished stories are about a third SF. Sold stories, same proportion, roughly, so if people are buying more of one than of the other, they aren't buying that way from me.
But the unfinished bits -- that still look worthwhile, because I tidied several "meh" fragments away into the "fragment trunk" -- reverse that percentage.
I wonder if it's because I've been writing novel-length fantasy, or if it's because I don't get as frustrated with short fantasy stories I've been reading -- but that's been true for awhile -- or what.
I was recently asked for more short fantasy specifically, though.
Hmmmmm. And also hmm.
Also, when I sell SF stories, I often think, "See, I'm still an SF writer!" Whereas I never think, "See, I'm still a fantasy writer!" when I sell fantasy stories.
Feel free to come up with wild theories about the nature of the genre at the moment and/or the nature of my psyche and/or what happens if you remove a physics major from the lab for too long.