Monday, February 1, 2010

BTAP Print Anthology Update: Submissions Closed

Submissions for the BEAT to a PULP print anthology are now closed.

Anonymous-9, Charles Ardai, Sophie Littlefield, Bill Crider, Matthew Quinn Martin, Jake Hinkson, Nik Morton, Robert J. Randisi, Kieran Shea, Chap O’Keefe, Stephen D. Rogers, Patricia Abbott, Frank Bill, James Reasoner, Mike Sheeter, Garnett Elliot, Nolan Knight, Paul S. Powers, Chris F. Holm, Hilary Davidson, Ian Parnham, Scott D. Parker, Jedidiah Ayers, Cullen Gallagher, Andy Henion and Glenn Gray are now part of what is shaping up to be one of the top collections ever put together.

If you haven’t heard from us yet and you submitted a story, we will be reviewing it shortly. Many thanks for your hard work and interest.

Moving forward!

More news will be forthcoming including a special post regarding the very fine artist we have doing the cover art.

11 comments:

Laurie said...

I am very proud to have my grandfather in this collection. Thanks again, David.

David Cranmer said...

Laurie, He's the gem in this collection and the conduit connecting the past to the present. But more importantly, "The Strange Death Of Ambrose Bierce" is one of the strongest stories I've had the privledge of reading.

Nik said...

David, I'm honoured to be among such distinguished company.

Paul D. Brazill said...

Looks brilliant!

I.J. Parnham said...

I'm honoured to have made it in and a little awed too.

Frank said...

That's a line up!

Evan Lewis said...

An impressive rogues gallery. Congrats to all!

sandra seamans said...

Sounds like a great lineup!!

pattinase (abbott) said...

Wow. Such an exciting Act 2 in a great zine!

Laurie said...

Wow, thank you David. I'm going to post an announcement on my blog in a minute with a little blurb on Bierce. I'm ashamed to say I didn't know who he was (although I had heard of the name of course) until I read this story. It's a fascinating history.

David Cranmer said...

Thanks everyone.

Now the easy part is putting it together right?