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Crossed Genres Year Two is released!

December 7, 2010

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A labor conflict on a distant asteroid; An environmental catastrophe unlike any other; A most unusual dinner guest; The irony of Luck. Crossed Genres Year Two: Twelve stories selected from the 2nd year of Crossed Genres: the magazine of Science Fiction & Fantasy with a twist! Lunch Money by Kelly Jennings (Issue Thirteen: Action/Adventure) The [...]

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You’ll be glad you kept a shovel on hand

January 3, 2010

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We have almost dug ourselves out from the veritable mountain of submissions to the Any Previous Genre issue. Wow, people – we are just flabbergasted. We surpassed our previous highest submission total by forty-three percent. 43. Point-nine, to be exact. Unbelievable. After passing through our slush reading process, a little less than half of the [...]

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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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And I’m learning that I wouldn’t want it any other way

December 29, 2009

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The biggest news now: the anthology has been finalized! Everything’s approved and I’ve ordered the proof copy (with extra-speedy shipping). The hope is that we’ll have it by this Saturday; if not, probably Monday. And if it looks half as amazing in print as it did in the final design then I will be very [...]

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You can spin the dreidel with Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock

December 28, 2009

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What an exhausting weekend. Fortunately it was a good one this year for us. Not terribly stressful. Worked off a lot of tension and energy playing the new Wii (our 3-year-old son’s pretty good at it. Who knew?). We saw that all of you seem to have been busy over the weekend too. I thought [...]

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I ain’t been nuttin’ but bad

December 22, 2009

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(I can’t listen to christmas music unless it’s been originally subversive, or subverted from the classic stuff. Dr. Demento saves me during this time of year.) A quick note to start: This is the last month to read or purchase our Dystopian issue! Issue 2, originally published on January 1, 2009, is going away forever [...]

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Insert image of Fail Whale here

December 16, 2009

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This blog has become severely neglected recently. I’m very sorry for that – this season does create chaos. I’ll be so glad when it’s over. But I would anticipate updates staying sporadic until January. A few bullet points to summarize what’s been going on: The proof for Issue 14 has been shipped and is on [...]

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LAST day to preorder the CG anthology! …& more

November 29, 2009

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Tomorrow (Monday, November 30) is the Last day to take advantage of the preorder deal for the 1st Crossed Genres anthology! just $9 (plus shipping), and it comes with a free online subscription and a chance to win a copy for your local library! Monday is also the LAST day that issue 1 will be [...]

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The extent to which you resist

November 21, 2009

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Well, since my post earlier today, a few more people have pitched in with contributions or purchases. Thank you! We’re still not quite where we need to be yet, but we’re getting closer! Please help us make our budget and not go broke! (And remember, there are only 9 days left to purchase a anthology [...]

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Why wait any longer for the world to begin

November 17, 2009

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Sorry for the lack of posts. I can say in all honesty that it’s because I have been busting my ass on CG. Yesterday I finalized the print, pdf, Kindle and prc editions of Issue 13. Who’s awesome? That’s right. Actually we have to wait for the proof of the print edition to arrive before [...]

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