I just counted up my total income so far from Movement.
$240 -- original sale to Asimov's
$111 -- reprint rights to Escape Pod
$20 -- rights for Asimov's to display Nebula-nominated story online
$20 -- rights for Asimov's to display Hugo-nominated story online
$120 -- rights for Escape Pod to re-run the podcast with the other Hugo nominees
$220 -- ebook sales of Movement
$100 -- Asimov's Readers' Choice Award (I had no idea this came with money until the check arrived)
Not bad for a little 4000-word story. In addition, there are some commissions and reprint sales that probably wouldn't have come my way without the publicity boost from Movement, and since Movement has been picked up for three university classes that I'm aware of, chances are that it will keep doing good things for me down the road.
I've always heard about "The story that keeps on giving", but this is my first experience with one that actually does so. It's a useful experience, especially because I expect novels will be the same way. Some of them will splash in and out of existence, and some of them will linger for years. Not every piece of fiction is going to turn into a Giving Tree, but it's nice to have the validation that, every once in a while, one does.