Archive for March, 2013
I’m excited. I’m excited for a couple reasons. The first is that our IndieGoGo fundraiser has currently raised $179. That means we’ve already made more than we did last year (about $108) and there are still loads of awesome perks available 🙂
The second reason I am excited is because thanks to the efforts of M.B. Ryther Niteblade is now available for the Kindle. We started with the most recent issue but will be working backward to convert all the back issues we are able.*
If you have read Blodeuwedd, we would really appreciate your review on Amazon… just sayin’ 😉
It’s exciting times around here, for sure 🙂
*Unfortunately we cannot do all our back issues because of differences in author agreements over the years.
It’s that time of year again. Our second annual fundraiser 🙂 This year we’re doing things a little differently and running the fundraiser on IndieGoGo:
One thing that is the same as last year is that our writers have been extremely generous in donating amazing things for us to use as perks. We have everything from art to cookies, handicrafts to critiques. We’ve raised $50 and a couple perks have already been claimed so be sure and hop on over and pick out what your dream perk is. And even if you can’t support us financially, pop over anyway. There are loads of sharing tools on our campaign page that will help you spread the word about our fundraiser, which is an awesome way to help without spending a dime 🙂
One perk that everyone gets to take advantage of is that since we’ve raised $50 already, we also released the web version of issue #23 today. Yay! Check that out… after the fundraiser 😉
Issue #23 is looking fabulous! I’m sure you’ll agree 🙂
This quarter we have five poems and five stories and each is better than the last.
Table of Contents
Gathered Augury by S. Brackett Robertson
Infectious by Lilah Wild
Blodeuwedd by Virginia M. Mohlere
For the Dead Travel Fast by Ramón Paso
The Storm Rises by Dan Campbell
Locket by Kristi DeMeester
Destination by Ken Poyner
The Whipping Tree by Pete Aldin
before by Lynn Hardaker
Letting Go of the Children and Moving On by kaolin fire
As mentioned before in our Miscellanea update, this year rather than offering our writers the option of donating their payment to Duotrope we gave them the option of payment via Paypal or a donation to Save the Chimps. So far we have $35 worth of donations heading toward the chimps. Once that number reaches $75 I will match it and Niteblade will adopt a chimp.