SUBVERSION links!Dec 5th, 2011 | By Bart Leib | Category: CG Blog
Subversion blog posts!
Jessica Reisman: “On the fourth of the Nine Days of Luck, the luck moths rose up out of the forest…”
Deirdre Murphy is having a contest! Win books right off her shelf!
Melissa S. Green: Story history! “Esti Gusev wasn’t the name she was given at birth. It was the name she’d taken. She’d damn well earned it.”
C.A. Young: “I recommend picking this thing up along with, say, a beret. And then you’ll want to find a speakeasy or an underground tunnel network, maybe an attic.”
Kay T. Holt: “…’the good fight’ is better defined as a lifelong campaign of small resistive acts than it is by its few explosive battles.”
Sabrina Vourvoulias – A Subversion of Stories (Review): “I liked [Camille Alexa’s “And All Its Truths”] so much I hesitated before reading the rest of the anthology. There have been anthologies that I remember only for one story, good or bad (such as the anthology that contained Geoff Ryman’s “Pol Pot’s Beautiful Daughter”), and I really didn’t want this anthology to be that way.
I shouldn’t have worried.”
Harry Markov: “[Crossed Genres] have always brought quality fiction through their Crossed Genres Magazine…”
Sarah Goslee, who was not responsible for CG Magazine closing…
And finally, editor Bart R. Leib – Anthologies, birthdays, and other frightening things: “I had great material to work with – which certainly made it easier, and also makes me even more proud to have brought it all together.”