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Just a few hours left to preorder A Festival of Skeletons, purchase LGBTQ issue!

October 31, 2010

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There are just five hours left to preorder RJ Astruc’s A Festival of Skeletons: If you have no interest at all in reading a fabulous, well thought-out, engaging story, stay away from RJ Astruc’s writing – you’ll get sucked in and read it anyway. The moment I started reading, she dragged me along for an [...]

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ONE WEEK LEFT: preorder A Festival of Skeletons, buy the LGBTQ issue before it’s gone!

October 25, 2010

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Just one week left… …to preorder RJ Astruc’s novel A Festival of Skeletons! “I’m not only reserving bookshelf space for the printed edition of A Festival of Skeletons, I’ll be reserving reading and re-reading time for it, too. Be careful of this one, readers; you won’t want to put it down, either!” ~Jean Johnson, New [...]

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Buried in books!

October 22, 2010

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we received 83 books via UPS today! The first pic is 80 copies of the Science in My Fiction contest winner books. This is the replacement shipment that Createspace sent after USPS lost/destroyed the first shipment. They arrived safely, in great shape and super-fast. Kudos to Createspace for their handling of the situation! We’ll be [...]

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FINAL month for the LGBTQ issue!

October 1, 2010

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It’s been 11 months since Crossed Genres released our LGBTQ issue, and so we’re sad to say that October is the last month it will be around. The LGBTQ has been (so far) our most successful issue and (we believe) did a lot to bring attention to LGBTQ characters in SFF. We’re very sorry to [...]

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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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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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This is the story of how we begin to remember

November 5, 2009

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It’s very hard to struggle back into a rhythm of work after being flung out of it for so long. To anyone who says 5 days isn’t a long time, I say: clearly you have never truly been in this kind of rhythm. But we are clawing our way back to production. We got back [...]

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It’s got an evil attitude

November 5, 2009

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Sory for the lack of posting in the past few days. The release of Issue 12, and then me and my whole family getting sick, slowed us down considerably. I think we knew we were all getting sick even back around the 30th, but we beat it back until after our party and the release; [...]

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Bring your good times, and your laughter too

November 1, 2009

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What an awesome day! The LGBTQ issue has been released! The early response has been wonderful! To our utter delight, today has been the best single day of traffic to our site… EVER. Not by a small margin either, and there’s still a couple of hours to go. And people are staying and reading, too! [...]

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