Last year, on the Monday before ReaderCon, I launched a Kickstarter to revive the Clockwork Phoenix anthology series. It went better than I ever could have dreamed.
Today — on the Monday before ReaderCon — the Kickstarter to revitalize my other longtime publishing project, Mythic Delirium, has reached its funding goal. We’ll be able to keep publishing the new web and e-book version of the magazine at least through mid-2016. It’s like an anniversary gift!
This community is an incredibly generous, giving group to be part of. Thank you all.
Of course I have stretch goals, heh. For $750 more — $3,250 total — I’ll be able to publish a print anthology gathering the stories and poems in the first four issues of the new zine. Fortunately, perhaps, for those who’d like a break from my constant sales pitch, I’m not prepared to outline this second phase in full, as I have to finish prepping for our trip to Boston. #SFWApro
So instead I just want to point out that we have plenty of cool swag left that’s ripe for claiming. We have available:
Ten special color art prints from Paula Friedlander Four copies left of the signed and numbered chapbook edition of The Immigrant by Cherie Priest 18 unclaimed jewelry pins that Anita is in the process of making — and will likely finish at ReaderCon Two story critiques from myself and Anita
And lots of other stuff. I hope you’ll give it all a look.