Triangulation: Parch Anthology Open for Submissions

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PARCH – don’t ask us what it means, show us your interpretation in convincing fashion.

I’m happy to announce that submissions are now open for the Triangulation: Parch anthology. Please see the new web site for full details.

I will be responding to submissions very quickly this year, but with somewhat less feedback. The goal is to create an anthology between 50,000-60,000 words and have it available for the 2014 Confluence SF Convention in Pittsburgh (July 25-27).

For those of you awaiting word on the Steel Cities anthology from last year, rest assured we are moving forward with that project too. It will also be available for the convention, and hopefully before. If you still have a story under consideration, you should hear from me soon. I also intend to get contracts and payments out in the near future. Your understanding has been much appreciated these past several months.

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I live in beautiful New Castle, Pennsylvania with fellow writer, Susan Urbanek Linville, and a herd of reformed feral cats.
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