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 Post subject: Null Immortalis
PostPosted: Sun Dec 20, 2009 5:27 pm 
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Nemonymous Ten Guidelines:
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Point nine of the guidelines states:

The stories will be published, for the first time, with the correct by-line. This is your last chance to be published in the acclaimed, famous, infamous, notorious, thought-provoking NEMONYMOUS as Nemonymous Ten will be the last Nemonymous. Ten Nemonymi seem to represent the optimum number and, after ten years, I hope to concentrate again on my own work now I'm getting older. However, I may publish other works by various authors under the Megazanthus Press imprint.

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Thanks des, I'm definitely going to give this a try :D


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Oh the last of its kind, one to definately get in then! I'd better get my thinking cap on. And such a good title too considering it is the final edition.

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Definitely worth a go :D


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I fancy having a crack again this year - fair winds permitting.

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Yes, I'll be trying my hand for this one. Great title, Des. It's been an honour appearing in the last 2 editions. All nine of these books (even the 'invisible' one) are superb.

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The guidelines are now settled:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/null_i ... us_ten.htm

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