The Random Eye, Volume #2… (2010 Edition!)

The 2010 edition of The Random Eye is now up — an annual e-Zine dedicated to alternatives, communication that breaks the mold, universes or altiverses that are parallel in nature, and where, for the new decade, tea is the ongoing theme.  Edited by Melissa Jones, The Random Eye is also The Random Radio.  Published annually.  Come, click, and have a cup.

The Random Eye, Volume #2

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FREE FICTION – THEME: TEA…

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Withersin Magazine, January 2010… (Now Available!)

First, a Healthy and Happy New Year to those who follow this blog homepage.  Next, I’m starting off 2010 with the latest issue of Withersin, No. #3.3, themed: Arsenic. Published three issues per year by Misty Gersley, Withersin is a glossy, beautiful art-filled mag of horror and non-fiction relating to the paranormal and more.  You can find it in some chain bookstores, or pre-order the issue by following the link below.

WITHERSIN MAGAZINE – January 2010

Issue #3.3 – Theme: Arsenic

ORDER THE ISSUE – SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

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The Random Eye, Volume #2; 2010… (coming soon!)

For the second year in a row, I’ll be appearing in the annual eZine, The Random Eye. The Random Eye is about parallel universes, alternate history, alternative fiction, and stories which break the boundaries of communication.  Edited by Melissa Jones, the Random Eye is also The Random Radio.  My second acceptance is coming in early 2010, Volume #2.  It can best be described as a weird tale with a dash of steampunk, a dash of the historical, part fairy tale and part science fiction.  Oh yeah, and the 2010 theme is… TEA!

By the way, they’re still actively seeking fiction until January 2010.

THE RANDOM EYE: An eZine Dedicated to Alternatives

a.k.a. THE RANDOM RADIO

The Random Eye

SUBMIT OR READ IN JANUARY-FEBRUARY 2010:

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2010 story theme: tea

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Sam’s Dot Publishing: Cover of Darkness 2010…

I’ll have a new, almost-novelette length zombie thriller appearing in a future edition of Sam’s Dot Publishing’s Cover of Darkness.  An “Annual Magazine-Anthology”, they’re mostly known for their tales of horror and dark speculative fiction.   Sam’s Dot will also be releasing my collection FRESH BLOOD, many future issues of Aoife’s Kiss with stories of mine in it, and lots of other great publications between now and 2010.   So stay tuned. 

COVER OF DARKNESS 2010

Published Annually by Sam’s Dot Publishing

www.samsdotpublishing.com

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 AVAILABLE AT THE GENRE MALL:

http://www.genremall.com/contents.htm

Previous issues have featured Bram Stoker winner Scott Nicholson, LL Soares, Cathy Buburuz, David Kopaska-Merkel, Kristine Ong Muslim, Angela Albee, Tamara Wilhite, Tyree Campbell, J.J. Steinbeck, Kate England… And many other fine talents…

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The Random Eye, January 2009… (appearances)

And here’s a quick appearance from over two months ago to THE RANDOM EYE: An Ezine Dedicated to Alternatives.  You can find a lot of cool stuff here (from alternate history to parallel universes). SFWA member Rick Novy is also in this issue, and I believe we’ll be appearing in some other stuff together later in the year.  Great writer, and an even greater fella to chat with.  In the meantime, be sure to read the premiere edition; it’s only published once per year.
THE RANDOM EYE – January 2009

An Annual E-Zine Dedicated to Alternatives
 
The Random Eye

The Random Eye

 
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Featuring Work by: Robert Freese, Eric Steele, Robert Paul Blumenstein, M. Jones, Jeffrey Sims, Richard S. Levine, Rick Novy, Emily Neiley, Lawrence R. Dagstine, and Mark Fewell.  Edited by Melissa Jones. 

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