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Finally, I can say what has happened. Get this everyone...

I have sold my Grants Pass anthology!



Independent press, Morrigan Books, has acquired Grants Pass and will publish it in 2009.


It is with great pleasure that I announce Morrigan Books’ latest acquisition, an apocalyptic anthology, Grants Pass. The concept for the book is the brainchild of Jennifer Brozek and is due for publication next summer (2009).

The anthology has several stories already, with the likes of Cherie Priest, Stephanie Gunn and Jeff Parish gracing its pages. They are to be joined by others (including Jay Lake) and Jennifer will be joined in this final stage of selection and edits by Morrigan Books’ in-house editor Amanda Pillar.

More news to follow…


5 years after conception, the call for submissions, the slushpile, editing and shopping it around, my baby is coming to market with some fabulous names attached. I worked so hard for this and I'm so proud.
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