But there is no joy in Mudville

Jan 21st, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

(NOTE: This post was supposed to go out on Tuesday the 19th. I have no idea why it was saved as a draft instead. Better late than never, I suppose.)

Just a few quick things tonight:

  • Several hours worth of packing and about $210 worth of shipping later, all preordered copies of Crossed Genres Year One have been shipped! If you ordered a copy you should see it hopefully in the next few days or so.
  • With the release date for Crossed Genres Year One less than 2 weeks away, we’d really like to get review sites/blogs to review it. If you work at or know of a review site or blog that would be interested in reviewing our anthology, please email us.
  • Steampunk submissions have picked up a little, but are still lagging significantly. Send us your Steampunk stories! Only 12 days left until the deadline!
  • Speaking of the Steampunk issue, we also got the cover art for it! We’re going to ask for a few very minor changes, but overall we love it.
  • We got the proof copy of issue 15 today! Absolutely gorgeous. This issue has an incredibly exciting cover, some brilliant fiction and a terrific article. Overall, excellent! Very, very pleased.
  • We also got our first glimpse of sketches for the issue 17 cover art. It’s… wow. We love it, and it’s going to be stunning, but it’s also the most “dangerous” cover we’ve had. We have no problem with publishing daring work, and we look forward to watching the reactions, which will undoubtedly be fascinating.
  • Post title from the poem “Casey At the Bat” by Ernest Lawrence Thayer
    First published in the San Francisco Examiner on June 3, 1888

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