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Crossed Genres Magazine Quarterly 4: Cover sneak peek!

December 15, 2011

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Crossed Genres Quarterly 4 will be available in print and ebook on January 1. This is the last publication of Crossed Genres Magazine! Here’s a sneak peek at the cover art, titled “The Very Ugly Duckling” by Minna Sundberg: (Click to see the full, wraparound cover!) With 22 stories and poems, and a wordcount topping [...]

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Crossed Genres Quarterly 3: Cover art sneak peek!

September 14, 2011

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Crossed Genres Quarterly 3 combines CG Magazine’s issues 31-33: Heroes & Heroines, Sidekicks & Minions, and Villains. The Quarterly also has exclusive stories and articles. Q3 will be released on October 1, but here is a quick peek at the Q3 cover: Cover art: “The End of a Legend” by J. Edwin Stevens More about [...]

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A Festival of Skeletons – cover sneak peek!

September 4, 2010

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We’ve just ordered a batch of Advance Reader Copies of RJ Astruc’s A Festival of Skeletons! We’re very excited – we’ll have them in hand to distribute to reviewers within 2 weeks, hopefully sooner. (Digital ARCs are available now – if you want to review the novel for your review site or market, please email [...]

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Issue 19 TOC, and more!

May 12, 2010

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Here’s the Table of Contents for issue 19: GADGETS & ARTIFACTS! FICTION: “Last Tango in Gamma Sector” by Michael R. Underwood “Conflicts” by Timothy T. Murphy “The Crate” by Daniel José Older “Peace Signs” by Wendy N. Wagner “Combat Stress Reaction” by Don Pizarro ARTICLE: “Science Fiction, Fantasy, Artifacts & Gadgets: Just the Basics” by [...]

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Julie Dillon to illustrate cover of contest winners!

May 9, 2010

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(Originally posted at Kickstarter) We’re thrilled to announce that artist Julie Dillon has agreed to create artwork for the cover of the print edition of the Science in My fiction contest winners! Julie provided the artwork for the cover of Crossed Genres’ special LGBTQ issue which was released in November: Julie’s done work for Wizards [...]

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Up ahead in the distance I saw a shimmering light

April 29, 2010

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This will be a long post – brace yourselves! We’re getting down to the wire for submissions to the Gadgets & Artifacts issue. Tomorrow (Friday) is the deadline! We’ve got a fair number of submissions but we always want more! Saturday is the release of issue 18, the Eastern issue. We’re extremely pleased with how [...]

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Her joys must be high as her sorrows are deep

April 1, 2010

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Wow what a night! This post may be long as there’s much to talk about! First, as I posted late last night, Issue 17: ANTIHERO has been released! This issue is amazing; please read, view and enjoy! Today we are also officially accepting entries to the Science in My Fiction contest! You can now submit [...]

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High adventure that’s beyond compare

February 25, 2010

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A fast bullet-points post today, because we’re very busy and I’m exhausted. 1) Sunday is the LAST DAY to submit to the ANTIHERO issue! Thus far subs have been pretty solid – we’re well over last month’s totals – but we need more! We always need more! 2) Also, this is your LAST CHANCE to [...]

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Saying what I’m doing…

February 12, 2010

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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 [...]

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But there is no joy in Mudville

January 21, 2010

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(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 [...]

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