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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 1:22 pm 
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An interview with me in my role as both writer and publisher can now be read online at OhmyNews International, for anyone who happens to be interested...


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Or...

http://english.ohmynews.com/articleview ... 9&rel_no=1

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I went back and edited that link Andy whilst you were making your reply - I ended up at some Korean site for some reason the first time around :) Cheers!


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Hot off the press, purchase details of the amazing NEMONYMOUS SEVEN book:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/nemonymous_seven.htm

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"The Total Perspective" is the name of the new SF comment column at Whispers of Wickedness ( www.ookami.co.uk ), written by Frank Burton, and the first one has just been posted. It's about the dividing line between Science Fiction and Fantasy, as exemplified in the work of one Terence Pratchett. Go check it out.


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And while you're checking out Frank's column at Whispers (no puns please), please feel free to also take a look at my flash fiction medley "Exit Strategies", five short stories giving slight variations on some familiar 'end of the world' scenarios. Go to the Wicked Stories section of www.ookami.co.uk


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It’s here, the July issue of Jupiter has arrived.

This exciting issue contains no less (and admittedly no more) than 7 stories by John Rogers, V.K. Valev, Gustavo Bondoni, Brian Koscienski & Chris Pisano, Kevin Kelliher, Lawrence R Dagstine and Carmelo Rafala. We also have another fantastic cover from Jesse Speak.

Single issues of Jupiter cost just £2.75 with a 4 issue subscription for £10. A pdf subscription is also available for just £4.99.

Visit http://www.jupitersf.co.uk for full ordering information.


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Callirrhoe, or Jupiter XVII, is one of Jupiter's outermost named natural satellites. It was discovered by Spacewatch on October 6, 1999 and originally designated as an asteroid (1999 UX18). It was discovered to be in orbit around Jupiter by Tim Spahr on July 18, 2000, and then given the designation S/1999 J 1.
Callirrhoe is about 8.6 kilometres in diameter, and orbits Jupiter at an average distance of 24,356 Mm in 776.543 days, at an inclination of 141° to the ecliptic (140° to Jupiter's equator), in a retrograde direction and with an eccentricity of 0.264.
It was named in October 2002 after Callirhoe, daughter of the river god Achelous, one of Zeus' (Jupiter's) many conquests.
It belongs to the Pasiphaë group, irregular retrograde moons orbiting Jupiter at distances ranging between 22.8 and 24.1 Gm, and with inclinations ranging between 144.5° and 158.3°.
As a navigation exercise, the New Horizons spacecraft imaged it on January 10, 2007.

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My contributers copy of the July issue of The Willows Magazine has just arrived, which contains my flash piece "Rosemary Lane". :D

www.thewillowsmagazine.com

Kate Kelly


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If you're looking for something to cleanse the palate for the feast of fiction and fact that is Black Static, then you could do worse than to take a look at the current issue of Whispers of Wickedness, for which details can be found at:-

http://www.ookami.co.uk/html/current_issue.html

You could do better too, but I don't plug any of those magazines :lol:


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For all the gloom and doom aficionados out there (and those that have so much palate that it needs more cleansing... :wink: ): Triangulation: End of Time is out!

It's about the end of life, time, the Universe, and everything. After this has bulldozered reality out of the way, the road is clear for transmissions from beyond: Black Static...

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Just posted on the Whispers website (www.ookami.co.uk), "Cross-Ponding", a conversation between US writer Fran Friel and the UK's Barry J. House. We've got the first half of this, and the second half is posted on US site Horror World (www.horrorworld.org), with links back and forth. You can find it here:-

http://www.ookami.co.uk/html/barry_j__h ... friel.html


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http://www.drolleriepress.com

My first published novel, a Beat/Slipstream/magical-realist memoir called Atlantis:1999 is now out, thanks to the graces of an Ohioan SF artist and publisher, the ferociously talented Deena Fisher and her equally improbable... staff. (Ah? You thought I was gonna say... oh never mind.)
Please you look. ;-)

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Hey Edward - Congratulations! Really pleased for you! :D


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Hey Ally. Cheers for that. Yeah, & 2 more on the way from Samhain Books, one of which is the first leg of a trilogy. Small press all round, but what the hell... Gotta start somewhere...

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Thought I'd draw your attention to a story I've just had published in a FREE downloadable PDF magazine over at http://www.fiction-online.co.uk/. Not only is it a good story, but the magazine is a paying market - something rare for a online outlet. And not only that, but in terms of the payment rate it's excellent. Pop over there, download the issue, read my story, and send them something!


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