Tag Archives: Fiction

Two days left to get every Crossed Genres title for only $20!

January 30, 2012

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Tomorrow (Tuesday, 1/31) is the final day of CGP’s special ebook bundle offer: Get all 9 current CGP titles for only $20! That’s more than 1/3 off the regular price! * 9 titles * Over 710,000 words * 2 novels and 114 short stories That’s over 1,900 words of fiction every day for a year, [...]

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Only ONE WEEK LEFT to get all Crossed Genres titles for $20!

January 24, 2012

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January 31 will be the last day to get ebooks of all of Crossed Genres’ current titles for just $20 – that’s over 1,900 words of fiction per day (for less than $0.06 per day) for a year! • 9 titles • Over 710,000 words • 2 novels and 114 short stories • All for [...]

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1/3 off CGP’s entire library! Special January ebook deal!

January 1, 2012

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In recognition of the release of Crossed Genres Quarterly 4 – the final publication of Crossed Genres Magazine! – and the final month that our first ever book publication, Crossed Genres Year One, will be available, we’ve decided to offer a special ebook bundle. For a limited time, you can get everything CGP has available [...]

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Crossed Genres final issue released: DIFFERENT

November 30, 2011

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We’re both ecstatic and sad to bring you #36, CG Magazine’s final issue – sad, because it’s the last, and ecstatic because it’s such a great issue! Below are links to 9 stories and 1 poem that explore what it means to be DIFFERENT: FICTION Black Betty by Nisi Shawl Portrait of a Courtesan by [...]

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Crossed Genres releases Kelly Jennings’ novel BROKEN SLATE Friday 7/15 [Buying Day]

July 14, 2011

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Crossed Genres Publications is proud to announce the publication of Kelly Jennings’ intense science fiction novel BROKEN SLATE! Taken from his family’s merchant ship at the age of fourteen, Martin Eduardo endured years in the brutal contract labor system on the planet Julian. Now a contract rebellion brews. The precarious – and emotionally costly – [...]

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Science in My Fiction: “The Trouble With Chips” by C.B. Calsing

December 27, 2010

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Congratulations, Franklin Bonds! Your Fidelity Systems account has been updated! Please have your password ready and log into your page to verify the additions. Franklin clicked on the link and entered his password on the splash page. He accessed his personal database, and when the page came up he quickly exhaled. Instead of the expected [...]

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CoC & LGBTQ: lost months

September 27, 2010

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We’re approaching the end of September, and depending on how those last few days go we have a reasonable chance of receiving more submissions to our Characters of Color issue than we did last year, for our double-sized LGBTQ issue. Of course we’ve had an entire year more to build readership and be heard of [...]

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2 stories from CG’s LGBTQ issue to appear in “Best Lesbian Fiction 2009″ anthology

May 30, 2010

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Megan Rose Gedris’ story “The Tale of the Innocent Little Mermaid Statue That Corrupted Many a Youth and Turned Many a Young Lady Into a Lesbian” and Tuulia Saaritsa’s story “Me & Susannah” will both appear in Bedazzled Ink Publishing Company’s Year’s Best Lesbian Fiction 2009 anthology! Both stories first appeared in Crossed Genres issue [...]

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FOLKLORE issue released!

December 31, 2009

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Crossed Genres issue 14: FOLKLORE has been released! ART: Cover: A Magical Oak by Nicolas Gouny: FICTION: Man-Driven Steel by Ryan Kinkor The Vanishing Sea by Caleb Jordan Schulz Gaasyendietha by Marie Robertson The Flute-Maker’s Daughter by Jessica J. Lee The Tree by C.W. Johnson Sealskin by Ann Chatham A beautiful cover and some sharp, [...]

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Responding to rejections: a comparison

November 9, 2009

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In the past couple of days, we sent out a lot of rejections, mainly to Issue 13 submissions. We use a form letter: we simply don’t have time to respond personally to all the submissions we get. However, rather than use a plan rejection (“Thanks for submitting, we’ve decided not to use it, best wishes”), [...]

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