Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Almost there

I know I keep promising a final list of stories. I apologize. My life has been turned upside-down. We still have two stories we're on the fence about (we'll be in touch soon, promise!), but we've made decisions on all the others. Thank you to everyone who submitted. We had a lot of fun reading all the stories. Writing rejections was one of the hardest things I've ever done. It's a learning experience for us as editors. Frances and I have never done this kind of thing before.

Here's the list of the acceptances in no particular order



The Souls of the Wicked by Francis Pauli
They Call the Wind Mariah by Jaleta Clegg
The Tumbas by M. Pax
Weeds by James Hartley
Tumbleweed by Robert Borski
Cowchip Charlie by Charlene C. Harmon
The Colors of Blood by Kevin J. Childs
Tumblers by M. Baker
Desert Oracles by Katie M John
Feral Tumbleweeds by Monique Guilland
Fair Weather, with a Chance of Tumbleweeds by Andrea Tantillo
Legends of the Tumbleweeds by Duane Ackerson
Garden of Legion by David J. West
Sleeping Beauty by Louise James
Duncan Derring and the Lady Luck by Bryan Thomas
Beyond the Fence by Rebecca L. Brown
Thistle by Terry Alexander
Fun with Weed Eradication by Berin Stephens
I survived the sargasso sea by Eric J. Guignard
Crispy Fried Pickles at the Mad Scientist Café by Katherine Sanger
The Great Tragedy of the Illustrious Empire by Audrey Young
Oh, Dark Tumbleweed by Brian D. Mazur

We'll keep you posted on updates as we work with the publisher.

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