Tag Archive for collection

Another FunBundle!

And while I’m talking funbundles (not the kind the cable companies want you to think are “fun,” but aren’t), check out the new site BundleRabbit. They are currently offering The Middlings Bundle, a collection of novellas from some awesome authors including my friend and colleague at Third Person Press, Sherry D. Ramsey. I was fortunate enough to be a first… Read more →

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Unearthed Launches!

Saturday, June 30th, Third Person Press released its latest publication. Earth—the ground of our being, the dust from which we come and will return. Imagine what might arise from and disappear into soil—what grows, what is buried, what teems unseen. This collection, exploring the ends of the Earth and beyond, offers tales from the depths of darkness—zombies, vampires, murky unknowable… Read more →

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Author Interviews

Third Person Press is coming out with Unearthed, Volume 3 of The Speculative Elements Series in late June. In a lead-up to this release, they’ve been posting interviews with all the contributors. Check out mine here and stay to read the others. Read more →

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Sneak Preview

Everyone loves a sneak preview, right? Third Person Press is happy to announce that Volume III of The Speculative Elements Series is in the final stage of production. Our largest anthology to date, this collection is brimming with 21 awesome stories. Our contributors are: Mona Anderson, Walter Carey, Ken Chisholm, Wesley J. Colford, Kerry Anne Fudge, Larry Gibbons, Meg Horne,… Read more →

New from Third Person Press!

Announcing the publication of Third Person Press‘ latest release: To Unimagined Shores, Collected Stories of Sherry D. Ramsey. Sixteen stories were previously chosen for publication in an impressive array of international magazines, collections and anthologies including On Spec, Simulacrum, Fantasy Magazine, The Day the Men Went to Town (Breton Books), Michael Stackpole’s The Chain Story Project, Gateway S-F, Neo-opsis and… Read more →