Filling in the gaps

We have just one story left to read! It’s wonderful to be so close to finalizing the line up. At some point after the weekend we’ll have the contributors page updated to its final form!

Editing is ticking along nicely. I’m hoping to get through a decent chunk of it this weekend. Anna is away until Monday, so hopefully when she gets back our thermometer will jump up a little šŸ™‚

Because we’ve slotted some names into the bottom end of the alphabet, I’ll be putting the bios up for those authors who have filled in those gaps, as I get them. We don’t want to miss anyone out šŸ˜‰

Mary Victoria lives in Wellington, New Zealand and writes fantasy stories. One of her ancestors started the trend long ago, spinning yarns to entertain a certain manic-depressive sultan over the course of 2.74 years. Contrary to the tale as it is commonly told, the sultan did not fall in love with his loquacious bride, but died of exhaustion waiting for the sequel to come out: and so modern fantasy was born.

Jay Lake lives in Portland, Oregon, where he works on numerous writing andĀ editing projects. His 2011 books are Endurance from Tor Books, and Love in the Time of Metal and Flesh from Prime Books, along with paperbackĀ releases of two of his other titles. His short fiction appears regularly inĀ literary and genre markets worldwide. Jay is a past winner of the John W.Ā Campbell Award for Best New Writer, and a multiple nominee for the Hugo andĀ World Fantasy Awards.

2 responses to “Filling in the gaps

  1. I have just placed and paid for a pre-order. I am looking forward to receiving it. I wish everyone well with this project.

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