Short Fiction Beat: Polyphony 7?

Short Fiction Beat: Polyphony 7?

Via Torque Control I just learned that Wheatland Press won’t publish the seventh volume of its Polyphony series unless it gets a certain number of pre-orders by March 19, 2010. Of course, that was yesterday, but perhaps there’s still time to come to the rescue. My order was processed (no need to worry, by the way, that you might lose your money; the publisher promises to refund all orders if the book is ultimately aborted).

In fact, I’ve never read any of this series. But a quick scan of the authors for this volume and previous ones tells me I perhaps should have.

Hey, the economy is picking up. What better way to celebrate than to contribute to a stimulus plan for a book publisher.

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John ONeill

Hey Dave,

Thanks for posting this. Polyphony is a great market; it deserves to thrive. I ordered my copy in January.

Issue 7 has fiction by Howard Waldrop, Mikal Trimm (from Black Gate 13), Jerry Oltion, Bruce Holland Rogers, George Zebrowski, and many others. If you care about short fiction, this is a place where you can make a difference. Order a copy today!


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