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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2007 3:59 pm 
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Is this thread for *all* our plugs.
I miss posting news on Nemonymous.

Anyway, with regard to my own life's closing down sale, I've just put on the Ebay link (above) a banned (and otherwise pulped) Horror magazine from 1990!!

http://tinyurl.com/38lq3r

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des2 wrote:
I can recognise Rhys (just!), Chris Teague, Paul Lewis, Steve Lockley...

Congratulations and hope the book goes OK.
des

Thanks for the good wishes, Des. And yeah when Rhys took centre stage we turned all the lights down...

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Allyson Bird wrote:
I have the greatest pleasure in announcing that my story, For you Faustine, will be in the most wonderful Triquorum, edited by the equally marvellous Mr Chris Teague!


The Official Website of author Allyson Bird:
www.birdsnest.me.uk
Bull Running for Girls (Screaming Dreams Press)
www.screamingdreams.com/bullrunning.htm


Hey, Allyson--nice looking site! Always good to see a fellow SciFantastic veteran doing well. :D

Okay, whilst we're plugging stuff, please may I attract your attention to the Valentine Chronicles, founded by my alter-egos Paul L. Mathews and Frozen. If you like space opera / high adventure with a very nice selection of artwork and concept designs, then please do take a look. :)

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The Blue Pootle column for March has just been posted at the Whispers of Wickedness website here:-

http://www.ookami.co.uk/html/blue_pootl ... ch_07.html

It's by Aliya Whiteley and it's about lint. Let's try not to get too excited now :P


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An interview with Tim Lees (much published TTA Press author) whose now out of print short story collection (The Life To Come) was published by us in 2005 can be read here


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Jupiter issue 16 is out now. Featuring great stories from Gareth D Jones, Lee Moan, Ralph Greco Jr, Geraint D’Arcy and Caroline Bates. Cover illustration is by R.J. Bartrop.

This issue completes our fourth year of publication, that’s one issue every quarter packed full of great fiction. Issue 16 is available for just £2.75 either by cheque or via our website http://www.jupitersf.co.uk .
We also offer electronic (PDF) subscriptions for just £4.99 for a whole years worth of fiction. http://www.jupitersf.co.uk/electronic.htm .
If paper copies are your thing subscriptions are just £10 and groups of 4 back issues (#1-4, #5-8, #9-12) can be yours for just £5.99. http://www.jupitersf.co.uk/offer.htm .

We hope you enjoy…

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Small competition on my blog:

http://rhysaurus.blogspot.com


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Someone has told me that I have dreadfully undervalued these. Help!

Helliconia trilogy - hardback first editions signed by author:
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll? ... &rd=1&rd=1

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Just checked Ebay, Des and there are a few Aldiss signed editions on there as well as yours, they are buy it now for between £20 to £25 each. Going by that then perhaps yours should be looking to achieve £75 ish? With auctions you never can tell, if you get a couple of people who want the same thing then things could turn out fine, if not then I suppose you could always withdraw the items before the time runs out. If I remember correctly though you must have a reasonable excuse to do so (cat peed on the books etc) :wink:
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Thanks, Bob. That's very useful info.
I'm still a beginner on such things, but I wouldn't want to withdraw an item where someone has already bid on it (even if it were possible to do so).

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Des,
Just checked again and you are allowed to cancel your auction upto 12 hours before its end, even if there are bids on the item/items, which makes sense if, for example, you've priced your items too low or advertised it wrongly somehow. So even though you do have a bidder and you feel you shouldn't withdraw, if you have listed something too low you are within your rights to do something about it:

http://pages.ebay.co.uk/help/sell/questions/endlist-now.html

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Thanks, Bob. That's certainly worth keeping in mind.
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Just posted in the Interview Section at Whispers, a question and answer session with Ian Redman, editor of UK SF magazine Jupiter. To see what he has to say for himself, go here:-

http://www.ookami.co.uk/html/interview_ ... dman_.html


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Just popped up on the online version of Sein und Werden #12: Artifice, edited by the beautiful Rachel Kendall, my story "Eye of the Beholder", which can be found here:-

http://www.kissthewitch.co.uk/seinundwe ... index.html

The story originally appeared in 1995 in Axiom #1 edited by the beautiful Michelle Oliver (all editors who accept my work are beautiful: this is axiomatic), and it forms a sequel/prequel of sorts to "13, On the Ghost Train", which was published in Midnight Street #8 at the end of 2006, edited by the beautiful Trevor Denyer.

To be read to a soundtrack of Leonard Cohen and with the phone number of the Samaritans on speed dial.

The rest of Sein is worth a gander as well :P


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My story "The Necromancer's Tale" has just been posted in the Spring 2007 (Current) issue of Worlds of Wonder:-

http://clik.to/wowzine

The story originally appeared in Kimota #14 (edited by the beautiful Graeme Hurry) back in 2001 and is another in a loosely connected series of Clark Ashton Smith(ish) pastiches.


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