Jennifer (gaaneden) wrote,

The Edge of Propinquity is Now Closed to New Submissions

I have now closed my webzine, The Edge of Propinquity, to new submissions. I have not chosen every submission for the year, yet, but it is almost a done deal.

Also, I will not be reopening The Edge of Propinquity to new submissions for 2012. This is my last year as Editor in Chief of this webzine. Six years is enough for a project that was supposed to be a one-off. I think it had a good run.

However, this does not mean a complete end to TEoP.

Several of the webserials now have possible book deals in the works and the ones that don't will be re-edited into e-books to be available for download from the TEoP website. In addition, I plan to put together a hard copy reprint anthology of the Best of the Edge of Propinquity guest author stories.

There you go. As all good things have an end, this one does, too.

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