Aoife’s Kiss, published by Sam’s Dot Publishing and now going into its 28th quarterly issue, is bigger than ever. They offer a print version and an online version. However, starting June 2009, they will become a straight-on print only venue. I can be found this month, March 2009, in their Web edition. Would you like to order a copy of the print version? Links provided below. And remember to vote for your favorite story by your favorite author, as these get chosen for future Wondrous Web World anthologies.
AOIFE’S KISS # 28; March 2009
Published by Sam’s Dot Publishing
ORDER THE PRINT VERSION:
READ Volume 7, No. 4 online and VOTE!
Fiction by: Lorraine Pinelli Brown, Kurt Kirchmeier, Linda A. Gould, and Lawrence R. Dagstine. Cover art by Teresa Tunaley.
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Also published by Sam’s Dot, and available for PRE-ORDER at The Genre Mall!
Artwork by Mitch Bentley - Atomic Fly Studios
FRESH BLOOD: Tales from the Speculative Graveyard
by Lawrence R. Dagstine
PRE-ORDER HERE: http://www.genremall.com/anthologiesr.htm#freshblood
A Collection of Science Fiction & Horror: ISBN: 978-0-9819696-2-6
Sam’s Dot has come a long way in the last ten years, its authors being nominated for such awards as the Nebula, the Hugo, and the Bram Stoker. Many a famous name have made a guest appearance there. Most important, if you are a new writer, I am living proof that you can slowly work your way up the ladder and get a “book deal” or “payment” or things such as an “advance” or “publicist” for your efforts (bear with me, there’s a lot in the pipeline, and there are only twenty-four hours in a day).
I think this month’s “tuppence” column by SF award-nominated editor Tyree Campbell will be overlooked, and it’s such a terrible shame. Especially for new talent. Please, I urge you to read it and follow it with all your heart:
This is one way of becoming a WRITER…
This is being YOURSELF…
If someone tells you there is only one way to cross a street, well, you and I both know that that is ridiculous…
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