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PostPosted: Sat Jul 11, 2009 5:54 pm 
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Thanks Andrew! Can't wait for your novella from Newcon Press - sounds fascinating.

Chris Teague is on the look out for a good Coney Island photo that fits the theme. Steve Duffy has just sent me one that fits. I found one but the artist wanted $500 dollars - that wasn't possible but would have been wonderful for the story.

Lawrence, you live close by - any photos?
www.birdsnest.me.uk


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Allyson Bird wrote:

Chris Teague is on the look out for a good Coney Island photo that fits the theme. Steve Duffy has just sent me one that fits. I found one but the artist wanted $500 dollars - that wasn't possible but would have been wonderful for the story.

Lawrence, you live close by - any photos?
www.birdsnest.me.uk


I'm practically from there. I have a folder of literally HUNDREDS! And I could get you access to other photographers and Brooklynites. What is the theme? Here's one sample picture I took that the neighborhood paper didn't commission for the ride, DANTE'S INFERNO: http://lawrencedagstine.com/2009/05/07/ ... of-horror/

But with a little photoshopping... Who knows what you can make out of it.

Then there were these (not used in my May 30th 8-page supplement; now called Dreamland and Flea by the Sea): http://lawrencedagstine.com/2008/09/08/ ... d-project/


I also have more sightseeing-type ones. Just send me a PM or say what's up on Facebook or something.

Cheers,
Lawrence

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 12, 2009 3:36 am 
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Hi Lawrence!

Those photos are brilliant! I've sent the link off to my publisher. :D


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New interview in today from Steve Jenson. Thank you. :D

http://stevejensen.eu/an-interview-with-allyson-bird


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A return to Coney Island for some more book signings (for those on this side of the water). And, at the far bottom, the cover to my first upcoming e-title, VISITATION RIGHTS (Damnation Books). Also, the ten and thirteen digit ISBNs for it:

http://lawrencedagstine.com/2009/07/20/ ... ings-pt-3/

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Lawrence

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Just heard that I've had a story accepted for Catastrophia, PS Publishing's anthology of post-apocalyptic fiction featuring stories from Brian Aldiss, Adam Roberts and Simon Clark. (Presumably after getting those three PS ran out of money and had to settle for what they could get.)

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A slightly late notice, but my short story Spindrift is now up on Wanderings Magazine.

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the first story i ever had published, "Goin' Underground" (One Eye Grey issue 5) is up on my site as a freebie - enjoy.

and...

http://www.fandmpublications.co.uk/pages/oneeyegrey.htm

One Eye Grey issue 7 containing my story 'Walking on Water' is now available.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:34 pm 
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For those of you with eReaders... About September 1st 2009, stay tuned to this link: http://lawrencedagstine.com/ebooks-kindle-dagstine/

Different monsters, different themes, digital content, a very affordable price... Well-rounded tales in short form, novelette form, and novella form for your smart phones and readers! Order direct.

A few upgrades should be added by year's end.

Cheers,
Lawrence Dagstine

For regular website (blog update coming soon): www.lawrencedagstine.com

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Forgot to put this up yesterday...

FRESH BLOOD Sells Out At The Beach! Over 130 Dagstine articles pushed (and that's with a one-day rainout). More pics coming soon: http://lawrencedagstine.com/2009/08/04/ ... aftermath/

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Very happy to be in the British Fantasy Society Yearbook 2009. My contribution is The Convent at Bazzano.

For £30 membership UK per year you get the yearbook plus £10 discount on FantasyCon in September and also copies of Prism, Dark Horizons and New Horizons quarterly. Very good value.
http://www.britishfantasysociety.org/in ... &Itemid=20


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Got my first ever publication in the new issue of Emerald Tales! :)

http://www.scribblersandinkspillers.com/emeraldtales.html

Numfar, do the dance of joy...


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Congratulations RJ! First publication is the best :D

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Gray Friar Press newsletter

The hardcover copies of Paul Finch's collection of four huge novellas GROANING SHADOWS (Gray Matter Novella 4) are now stock and Paul will flat-sign the copies early next week. So this is an opportunity to buy a personally inscribed copy of the book. If you want the hardcover (limited to 100 copies with an additional short story and introduction by Paul) signed in this way, you need to buy the book before Monday evening, August 10th. (If you've already bought a copy direct from the site, please let me know if you want it personally inscribed.)

ORDER HERE: http://www.grayfriarpress.com/catalogue/groaning.html

More news: we've just accepted the fifth entry in our novella series - VARDOGER by none other than Ghostwatch creator Stephen Volk. And this is a similarly cunning piece of fiction. More news on a release date soonest.

We hope to be taking on other projects soon, so watch this space . . .

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If you liked the recent movie ORPHAN and you like werewolves, then check out Tales of the Talisman Issue #5.2. My third appearance with the magazine, it's a special issue due out around late Fall. Follow the link to a small cover preview:

Link: http://lawrencedagstine.com/2009/08/10/ ... ming-soon/

Pre-Order now, if you like.

Cheers,

Lawrence

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