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PostPosted: Sun Jun 05, 2011 6:17 pm 
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Here's a review of CW 11 at The Gumshoe Review:

http://www.gumshoereview.com/php/Review ... verText=No


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Moving swiftly on :wink: here's Colin Harvey on CW11:

http://www.colin-harvey.com/reviews/2457/crimewave-eleven-ghosts-reviewed/


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Richard Butner is interviewed on the Shirley Jackson Awards website about his shortlisted story 'Holderhaven', from Crimewave 11: Ghosts.


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Sorry to say that Richard's 'Holderhaven' didn't win. 'Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains' by Neil Gaiman did.

The results are here:

http://www.shirleyjacksonawards.org/sja ... inners.php

Feel free to discuss.


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Richard Butner's Shirley Jackson Award shortlisted novelette 'Holderhaven' can now be downloaded free.


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Just heard from editor Ed Gorman. It's official: my story "Plainview" is going to be included in his best-of-the-year anthology. This is really exciting. I've had several stories receive honorable mention, but this is the first one to make the final cut. :D


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Congratulations Dave :D

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Yes, well deserved congrats - it's an excellent story.


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Congratulations, Dave.
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Congrats from me too - well deserved.

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Congrats, Dave, that's brilliant! :D

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I imagine that's just part one, Dave, and not not both parts?

Talking of year's best anthologies, Maxim Jakubowski's copy of CW11 somehow failed to arrive, so considering that, and the fact that CW11 was published so late in the year anyway, Maxim -- a great supporter of Crimewave -- will be considering the stories for the next volume. Those by British authors anyway...


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Belated review at TQF:-

http://theakersquarterly.blogspot.com/2 ... ed-by.html

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Reading that reminds me just how much I loved Plainview. I must read it again. Superbly told story.


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Andy, the contract for the anthology just said "Plainview," so I assume they're going to reprint both parts of the story. I just got paid for the anthology, so it should be out soon. I guess we'll find out then!


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