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Crossed Genres Year Two is released!

Dec 7th, 2010 | By | Category: News & Announcements

A labor conflict on a distant asteroid; An environmental catastrophe unlike any other; A most unusual dinner guest; The irony of Luck. Crossed Genres Year Two: Twelve stories selected from the 2nd year of Crossed Genres: the magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy with a twist! Lunch Money by Kelly Jennings (Issue Thirteen: Action/Adventure) The […]



A voice that came from you and me

Mar 5th, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

So much going on! It’s been a busy few days! The release of Issue 16: STEAMPUNK has been very well received. Go, read, enjoy! But the new issue has been somewhat overshadowed by the very successful opening of Science in My Fiction! SiMF is our new blog intended to “get science fiction and fantasy writers […]



Steampunk, and Science In My Fiction

Feb 28th, 2010 | By | Category: News & Announcements

Two exciting announcements! ANNOUNCEMENT # 1 Issue 16: STEAMPUNK is now live on the website! Artwork Rotterdam Bay by Shaun Lindow FICTION Dead’s End to Middleton by Natania Barron Whirligig Fingers and Globular Thumbs by Polenth Blake The Vostrasovitch Clockwork Animal and Traveling Forest Show at the End of the World by Jessica Reisman Twentieth […]



What a gush of euphony voluminously wells

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

Tomorrow is your LAST CHANCE to send in your submissions for issue 17: ANTIHERO! On Monday we’ll begin accepting submissions for our Eastern issue. Read issue 4: CRIME before it’s gone forever! It disappears tomorrow night! It was a damned good issue, too! (You can also buy it – only $5, free shipping from Amazon!) […]



And then they had the nerve to ask, what would I like to be?

Feb 19th, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

What a week. Monday was President’s Day, but despite the short work week I feel more exhausted than at the end of a regular week. _________________________________ Over the last few days I’ve been communicating with several people who are testing out various new versions of the magazine. I’m working on making the magazine available in […]



Saying what I’m doing…

Feb 12th, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

Blog posts have been thin recently largely because of a bit of burn-out on our parts; getting issue 15 and Crossed Genres Year One ready for release on the same day, plus all the long-term stuff we’ve been working on, wore us out. However, we’ve been keeping up! In fact, we’re a little ahead: the […]



into the cumulus/like released balloons

Feb 1st, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

So very much to mention, I’m going to do bullet points and try to keep everything short! As I posted about last night, Issue 15 has been released! The Any Previous Genre issue came out brilliantly. It’s all free on the site, please enjoy! As I also posted about last night, today is also the […]



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 […]



Only going forward, still can’t find reverse

Jan 23rd, 2010 | By | Category: CG Blog

People have started receiving their copies of Crossed Genres Year One! Thus far, everyone seems very pleased. Yay! We’d love to hear people’s thoughts. Except for the online stuff, issue 15 is pretty much finished. I have a couple little things to finalize for the .prc (mobi pocket) edition, but the print and .pdf are […]



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 […]