Once again Third Person Press has illustrated the incredible speculative work of Cape Breton authors with the third instalment of their Speculative Elements Series: UnEarthed. In discussing the anthology, Derek says, The Earth theme serves as a great platform for the classic speculative quality of questioning the hidden aspects of the world around us, and encompasses the horror element of turning the normative, the predictable, the familiar into an unpredictable quality, an u
Samplers give us a variety of tantalizing tastes or sights that inspire us to want more. In earlier times, samplers were pieces of needlework that a young woman sewed to practice or show off her competency in embroidery. This one, though not old, is appropriate for this post which is inspired by three things. It says: “Three things there are that will never come back.
The arrow short forth on its destined track,
The appointed hour that could not wait; and
The helpful word tha
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 worlds, underground prisons, malevolent spirits, to the lightest heights—earthen magic, litt
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, Joyce MacDonald, Lorena Mann, Bruce V. Miller, Katrina Nicholson, Sherry D. Ramsey, Wade Rideout, Alicia Serroul, Jule A. Serroul, Peter And
Third Person Press has announced an extended deadline for its next anthology, Unearthed–Volume 3 of The Speculative Elements series.
Writers have until the end of February to polish your story. Make sure to read the full guidelines here to improve your chances of acceptance. The stories MUST be speculative and you MUST have some connection to Cape Breton Island in order to submit. #submissions #anthology #Publishing #poetry #thirdpersonpress #guidelines #fiction #Unearthed
Third Person Press Third Person Press is excited to announce a call for submissions for Unearthed, Volume III in the Speculative Elements Series. This anthology of speculative fiction from writers who have a connection to Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia follows on the heels of the phenomenally successful, Undercurrents, released in December 2008. Volume II in the series,Airborne, will be released at our launch on October 6, 2010 at the McConnell Library in Sydney, NS.