Thursday, January 10, 2008

Bulletins & Other News: Jan. 11, 2008

Ann B. Keller - Briggen - Sci-Fi/Fantasy being released Spring, 2008
"Stay tuned for Ann B. Keller’s next novel, BRIGGEN, a science fiction/fantasy being published by TRIAD Publishing Group in Spring, 2008.

Briggen is a riveting page turner that will have you perched on the edge of your seat as this brawny warrior prince rushes across the galaxy, battling aliens and assassins, dealing with an ornery wizard and a proud dragon, and finally succumbing to the charms of a beautiful sorceress as he claims his throne and saves the exotic planet of Mantasi. Curl up with a cup of coffee, tea or hot chocolate and immerse yourself in this exciting blend of magic, science fiction and fantasy.

More details to follow! See TRIAD Publishing Group,,, or your local bookstore to order."

Critters Writer's Workshop - Predators & Editors Poll
There has been a lot of chatter lately regarding the "Predators & Editors" Poll, and all the people who have been nominated. I must say that I am impressed with all the nominees. If you have time take a look at all the great people who have been nominated.

Here's the URL for the poll: ~ Jim Cox / NWSFS on MySpace.

Jen (Greybon) - Manga, Manga, and Yep, More Manga
A new Hodgepodge blog post is up: Manga, Manga, and Yep, More Manga | Hodgepodge | Sonechki Corner's | | On Facebook |

Tor Books - New Podcast: Blog Talk with Brent Hartinger & Cherie Priest
There was a new podcast posted today: "Blog Talk with Brent Hartinger and Cherie Priest "

1/8 Releases from Tor Books | | | Facebook Group |

Lincoln Crisler - Website Overhaul. Check It Out!
"New promotional pic, the pubs page is a LOT cooler now, I've scrapped the news page (it's redundant since all my news goes on my blog, too) and I've incorporated part of my book's cover for brand recognition: "

Michael G. Munz - Interview at Authors of MySpace
"I've been interviewed by Authors of MySpace. The interview is posted in the blog at Have a look, and belated happy new year to all! - Michael G. Munz ( / Author of A Shadow in the Flames"

Derek Gunn - Apex Online review Vampire Apocalypse
"A nice review for Vampire Apocalypse at Apex: "Gunn weaves a terrific tale..."
Read the full review at: ~ Derek"

News worth reposting:
Dusk Before the Dawn - Review in January Apex Digest online
"The January 2008 edition of Apex Digest Online is up, and it contains an outstanding and in-depth review of my novel. If you haven't checked out Apex Digest online or in-print, now is the perfect time to do it. Excellent short stories, interviews, poems and articles. Larry"

Offworld Book Club - BEST SCIENCE FICTION 2007
"We are compiling a list of favorite science fiction novels for 2007. We would love to hear from you. Please send us your favorite picks, up to ten. Please don't include your own novels (!) and no blurbs, please. You can comment on our profile, or send in a message. Thanks ~ Offworld Book Club"

Cornelia - Open Submissions
"For my writer friends, I wanted to pass on L & L Deamspell has openings for short stories on all their anthologies. I confirmed this at a meeting of a writing group I belong to (The Final Twist) yesterday as this publisher is also a member. I have two short stories coming out in a mystery and a romance anthology with them. Their anthologies cover many different genres and heat levels. I highly recommend this publisher. I wanted to pass on the good news to my writer friends, if you have something you want to submit, check out the guidelines at ~ Cornelia Amiri"

Karina L. Fabian - SF Anthology Seeks Submissions
"Infinite Space, Infinite God, thought-provoking science fiction with a Catholic twist, is seeking submissions for its second book. Submission period from
Jan 1 to March 31, no reprints, and pay is $50 per story. Stories must be science fiction, show positive interaction of science with the Roman Catholic faith, and be well written. For more detailed guidelines, go to ~ Karina L. Fabian"

NexGenPulp - Subscriptions, submissions, and seeking old friends!
Unfortunately for reasons unknown to the rest of us MySpace occasionally deletes a perfectly legitimate profile. This was the case for NexGenPulp. Fortunately they were able to set up their new profile really fast. If you were listed as a friend on their old profile, please go to their new profile and sign back up. For those of you who didn't sign up the first time, now is your chance. Be sure to check out their website ( for both subscription and submission information. ~ Jim Cox / NWSFS on MySpace

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