and flung my eager craft through footloose halls of air

Jan 27th, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

The end of the month is fast approaching (Sunday! Sunday! Sunday!) and that means a lot of things:

  • Sunday is the final day to submit to the Steampunk Issue! Get your stories and artwork in!
  • This is your LAST CHANCE to enjoy Issue 3: ROMANCE! After Sunday it goes away forever! Please read it, and consider buying a copy (only $5!).
  • February 1 will see the official release of Crossed Genres Year One, our anthology of collected work from the first year of the magazine! The anthology will be available through Amazon and Createspace, as well as for digital download from the CG website. In case you missed it before, here’s what the cover looks like:
  • February 1 is also the release day for Issue 15: Any Previous Genre. This issue has come together brilliantly, with wonderfully diverse stories, a great article about Fanwriting as Folklore, and an incredible cover by Nicc Balce, who also did the above art for the anthology. Can’t wait for you all to see!
  • Other stuff:

  • If you’re in the Seattle area, consider going to a Crossed Genres Issue One release party! Three of the writers whose stories appear in the anthology will be there! At the Snoose Junction Pizzeria/Greenwood Upstairs Bar.
  • Here is a review of Crossed Genres Year One! A good one, too! We hope to see several more in the near future.
  • Also, don’t forget that next month we’ll be taking submissions for our ANTIHERO issue! We want your roughest, gruffest, most dastardly protagonist!
  • Post title from the poem “High Flight” by John Gillespie Magee Jr.

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    1. […] isn’t even over yet, and here’s another publication for you. Available online through Amazon or Createspace, this Year One anthology reprints one story […]

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