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Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
3:49 pm
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Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction From the Margins of History!
CGP is proud to announce the launch of our newest project - Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction From the Margins of History!

Most written chronicles of history, and most speculative stories, put rulers, conquerors, and invaders front and center. People with less power, money, or status–enslaved people, indigenous people, people of color, queer people, laborers, women, people with disabilities, the very young and very old, and religious minorities, among others–are relegated to the margins. Today, mainstream history continues to perpetuate one-sided versions of the past while mistelling or erasing the stories of the rest of the world.

There is a long and honorable legacy of literary resistance to erasure. This anthology partakes of that legacy. It will feature stories from the margins of speculative history, each taking place between 1400 and the early 1900s and putting a speculative twist–an element of science fiction, fantasy, horror, or the unclassifiably strange–on real past events.

Long Hidden will be edited by Rose Fox and Daniel José Older! Many amazing authors have already agreed to send stories for the anthology:

• Linda Addison
• Jenn Brissett
• Chesya Burke
• Aliette de Bodard
• Tananarive Due
• Amal El-Mohtar
• Andrea Hairston
• Beverly Jenkins
• Alaya Dawn Johnson
• Kima Jones
• Victor LaValle
• Ken Liu
• Sarah McCarry
• Neesha Meminger
• Nnedi Okorafor
• An Owomoyela
• Kiini Ibura Salaam
• Veronica Schanoes
• Rion Amilcar Scott
• Nisi Shawl
• Troy Wiggins
• (There will also be open submissions to fill the rest of the anthology)

Since launching the Kickstarter on March 1, we've flown past the initial goal of $12,000, and reached our first two stretch goals: At $15,000, Daniel and Rose will write and record an original song for all backers; and at $20,000, we added 50% more stories to the anthology! Now we're trying to reach the third stretch goal before time runs out - if we do, every story in Long Hidden will be accompanied by original black-and-white artwork!

The Kickstarter is open through the month of March – of course print and ebook copies of Long Hidden are available, but we’ve also got lots of other great backer rewards! Story critiques from the editors, signed Goorin Brothers flatcaps, various signed books from the contributing authors, fresh-baked pillow cookies, private in-home performances by Daniel and his band Ghost Star, ebook or print bundles, and more! We’re even offering the first hardcover CG has ever produced as a signed, numbered limited-edition! And we’ve got some really exciting stretch goals, too!

Please check out the Kickstarter for Long Hidden to read more about why we want to make this anthology; why it’s so important to give voices to these silenced dreamers. We’re counting on you to prove that these stories are worth telling and these voices are worth hearing!
Saturday, June 30th, 2012
8:52 am
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LAST DAY to submit stories to MENIAL: Skilled Labor in SF!

TODAY – Saturday, June 30 – is the FINAL DAY to submit stories to CG’s anthology MENIAL: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction:

Other people treat laborers like the dirt they work with. But skilled labor is crucial to the continuation of human culture on earth – and if we ever wish to visit the stars, skilled labor will be indispensable.

We want stories about men and women who understand the nuts and bolts, the atmosphere and the water and the soil. You know – the things that keep us alive. We want characters who get their hands dirty every day; people who aren’t too proud to work their bodies at least as hard as their minds.

We welcome and strongly encourage submissions with underrepresented main characters: characters of color, LGBTQ characters, women characters, etc.!

2000-8000 words, Science Fiction only (No Fantasy). Full guidelines are here!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Friday, June 29th, 2012
11:47 am
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MENIAL: Skilled Labor in SF – TOMORROW last day to submit!

TOMORROW – Saturday, June 30 – is the final day to submit stories to CG’s anthology MENIAL: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction:

Other people treat laborers like the dirt they work with. But skilled labor is crucial to the continuation of human culture on earth – and if we ever wish to visit the stars, skilled labor will be indispensable.

We want stories about men and women who understand the nuts and bolts, the atmosphere and the water and the soil. You know – the things that keep us alive. We want characters who get their hands dirty every day; people who aren’t too proud to work their bodies at least as hard as their minds.

We welcome and strongly encourage submissions with underrepresented main characters: characters of color, LGBTQ characters, women characters, etc.!

2000-8000 words, Science Fiction only (No Fantasy). Full guidelines are here!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012
8:48 am
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Readers, Interviewer & Website Manager needed!

Due to our increased workload now that we’re re-launching CG Magazine as a pro-rate market, we need to bring aboard some extra help. These are volunteer positions (like all positions at CG), but include other benefits. Like free books, staff t-shirts & more!

Readers – Several readers to handle first looks at short story submissions to Crossed Genres Magazine.

Website manager – Someone to handle updates and troubleshooting with the website.

Interviewer – Someone to conduct and write up interviews for our monthly new authors spotlight (1 per month).

Please visit the website for full descriptions of these positions and to apply!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

8:39 am
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MENIAL: Skilled Labor in SF – 3 days left to submit!

Saturday, June 30 is the final day to submit stories to CG’s anthology MENIAL: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction:

Other people treat laborers like the dirt they work with. But skilled labor is crucial to the continuation of human culture on earth – and if we ever wish to visit the stars, skilled labor will be indispensable.

We want stories about men and women who understand the nuts and bolts, the atmosphere and the water and the soil. You know – the things that keep us alive. We want characters who get their hands dirty every day; people who aren’t too proud to work their bodies at least as hard as their minds.

We welcome and strongly encourage submissions with underrepresented main characters: characters of color, LGBTQ characters, women characters, etc.!

2000-8000 words, Science Fiction only (No Fantasy). Full guidelines are here!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Saturday, June 23rd, 2012
8:13 am
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Submission deadline – MENIAL: Skilled Labor in SF

Saturday, June 30 is the final day to submit stories to CG’s anthology MENIAL: Skilled Labor in Science Fiction:

Other people treat laborers like the dirt they work with. But skilled labor is crucial to the continuation of human culture on earth – and if we ever wish to visit the stars, skilled labor will be indispensable.

We want stories about men and women who understand the nuts and bolts, the atmosphere and the water and the soil. You know – the things that keep us alive. We want characters who get their hands dirty every day; people who aren’t too proud to work their bodies at least as hard as their minds.

We welcome and strongly encourage submissions with underrepresented main characters: characters of color, LGBTQ characters, women characters, etc.!

2000-8000 words, Science Fiction only (No Fantasy). Full guidelines are here!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Friday, June 22nd, 2012
2:00 pm
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Only 3 hours left to our Kickstarter deals! (2pm EDT)

Our amazingly successful Kickstarter ends at 5PM EDT TODAY, Friday, June 22! That means there are just 3 hours remaining to take advantage of the bargains you can get from pledging!

ANY pledge of $25 or more gets a FREE YEAR of ebooks of CG Magazine, to be resurrected in 2013 paying pro rates!

  • $25: All 7 of our current titles (550,000 words of fiction!)
  • $25: All our titles from now through the end of 2013 (6): $25 (500,000 words of fiction!)
  • $45: All current titles AND all titles through 2013 (13). Basically both of the above.
  • $75: Short story critique from Philip K. Dick Award-nominated and NY Times bestselling author Jean Johnson (ONE LEFT)
  • $35: Signed/personalized print copy of Daniel Jose Older’s Salsa Nocturna or signed/personalized print ARC of Sabrina Vourvoulias’ Ink
  • MANY other choices, including t-shirts, photo prints of our popular covers, custom LEGO sets… Or you can pledge $300 to get an ebook of every title Crossed Genres Publications ever releases, EVER.

Just THREE HOURS LEFT! Please pledge now and take advantage of these deals!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

7:29 am
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$14,000!!! Kickstarter update!

At about 2:30am, the Kickstarter crossed the $14,000 line!

WE DID IT! CG Magazine will pay pro rates in 2013!!! WOO! *Freaking Out*

Thank you all SO MUCH for all the support – backers, cheerleaders, contributors: so many people helped make this happen!

We’ll use posts to keep everyone informed as to how things are going during the process of setting up the zine again, as well as our other publications.

There’s a bit less than 10 hours left to the Kickstarter. Until then anyone who pledges $25 or more gets a year of a pro-rate zine FREE! Still a great deal! Additional funds beyond the $10,000 will be used for security, i.e. to cover any unexpected expenses that inevitably crop up. (Or should we do another stretch goal? *DIES*)

Thank you again, we can’t say it enough! We’re going to go pass out now!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Thursday, June 21st, 2012
10:17 am
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What paying pro rates means to me (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Kickstarter)

(Originally posted by CG Editor Bart Leib on his personal blog.)


I realized after posting this that it probably didn’t make a whole lot of sense out of context. Considering the incredible success of our Crossed Genres Kickstarter, and how close we are to maybe-if-we’re-really-lucky reaching our goal of pro rates for CG Magazine, I figure it deserves a bit of explanation.

Since I started high school, I’ve wanted to be a writer. I entered college planning a Creative Writing major; some years later I went as far as to apply for graduate programs in Creative Writing. Kay and I are both 2-time NaNoWriMo winners, and I have a finished first draft of a novel sitting in a folder (along with several partial first drafts. I’ve even published a couple of stories, and I still write nonfiction (mostly for Wired’s GeekDad now).

Over the past few years, as Crossed Genres has grown and gotten more complex, my writing time has dwindled. Recently I’ve had almost no time at all for writing. I’ve told myself that I’d make time, but it’s difficult, and that’s depressed me.

***

As the Kickstarter’s passed 75% and then 80% and now sits at 85.5%, it’s seemed more and more possible that we might actually somehow make this crazy goal. It’s good in so many obvious ways: It was one of our big dreams back when we first founded CG Magazine; we get to help new authors get that huge, confidence-boosting first pro sale; we’ll draw more authors, publish even better work, gain greater recognition, etc. etc… It’s just good all around. Right?

Well there’s been a tiny fear at the back of my mind that the rise of the pro-rate CG Magazine means the death of my desire to be a writer. If I can’t find time to write now, how could I possibly find time when I’m managing a pro-rate magazine on top of the rest of CG?

***

Earlier this evening I was chatting online with Daniel José Older. We’re about to publish Daniel’s collection Salsa Nocturna in July.

At one point the conversation turned to how busy we both are – Daniel’s working on his MFA in Creative Writing, and I mentioned how it made me kind of jealous: “At this point I’m not sure when I’ll ever have the chance to write again!” I said it tongue-in-cheek, but knew as I said it that it was true.

But surprisingly, it didn’t bother me the way I expected it to. Because the thing that was preventing me from writing – the work I do as publisher and editor for CG – is a great thing.

And that’s when I realized why I was so unbelievably excited about the chance to pay pro rates. It’s because so many other people are excited that we might get the chance too. There are a LOT of people – those who’ve backed the Kickstarter, or helped spread the word, or supported us in other ways – who want us to do it. Every pledge and tweet and show of support is a vote of confidence in me and Kay and what we’re doing.

And that means that Kay and I have made the right decision to pursue this. It means that even if we don’t make the pro-rate goal, we’ve still accomplished and will accomplish incredible things, through shared respect and admiration with the people who support us.

I’ll write again – writers go on hiatus but they never stop. But right now, we’ve taken what started as a wisp of an idea (and no clue what we were doing) to the brink of what some would’ve called a pipe dream.

How can I be unhappy about what I’m not doing, when what I am doing is so special?

$1,394 to go, 30 hours left!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Monday, June 18th, 2012
10:10 am
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CG Kickstarter: It’s GO time! Pro rates are in sight!

Thanks to some generous new pledges and pledge increases over the weekend, the CG Kickstarter jumped up more than $1000! We’re now at $9,820: Just $180 shy of 5 digits and OVER 70% OF THE WAY to our stretch goal so CG Magazine can pay pro rates!

We still need another $4,180 to reach the goal. And the Kickstarter ends this Friday, June 22 at 5pm EDT! So we have less than 5 days to get there!

Now’s the time for a big push, everyone! Please tell a friend, a family member, that random person you see on the street reading LeGuin or Gaiman or Delaney! We’ve come this far and we’re so close – let’s make this happen!

(Reposted from Kickstarter)

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Tuesday, June 12th, 2012
8:54 am
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Short story critiques from Jean Johnson for our Kickstarter backers!

Excellent news! Philip K. Dick Award-nominated and NY Times bestselling author Jean Johnson has generously offered two additional short story critiques for our Kickstarter backers! They’re available as backer rewards at the $75 level like the other critiques. All critiques went quickly, first backers get them!

Jean is also offering the naming/describing of a character in her forthcoming novel for a generously low $110 pledge! (And it comes with over 1 million words of fiction from CG too!)

And remember, Any pledge of $25 or more – including either of the above pledges – gets you a free year of CG Magazine… which will be pro rate if we reach our stretch goal!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Monday, June 11th, 2012
9:19 am
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Leveling up Crossed Genres Magazine!

There are eleven days left to our Kickstarter, and we’ve passed our original goal, saving CG! We ALSO passed our first stretch goal, resurrecting CG Magazine! Now, it’s time for stretch goal #2!

We asked people to comment on what they thought the next stretch goal should be. The consensus was that we should aim for a goal that will most help us achieve true sustainability, so CG can keep going long after the KS is over. There was some debate as to what goal would best achieve that, but the overwhelming majority thought – and we agree – that we should reach for paying professional rates to writers.

Professional rates mean:

  • More submissions. A bigger pool of stories to choose from means better quality writing to publish!
  • SFWA qualification. If we pay professional rates we can eventually become a qualifying market for Science Fiction Writers of America, which is extremely good for…
  • Higher visibility. Pro-rate markets, and especially SFWA-qualifying markets, get much greater attention within the SFF community. More visibility means even more submissions, and potential submissions from well-known writers; all that leads to higher sales, which is what we need to achieve sustainability.

Even more, reaching professional rates would mean that CG is growing and developing, rather than remaining unchanged. This has been a problem we’ve struggled to address in the past, and now we hope that reaching this new goal will bring the growth we’ve been working toward for years.

So here’s our new goal!

If the Kickstarter reaches $14,000 total, Crossed Genres Magazine will re-launch in 2013 as a professional-rate market!

When we hit our first stretch goal, we guaranteed that everyone who pledges at least $25 to the Kickstarter will get ebooks of the entire 2013 year of CG Magazine, free, in addition to their backer reward. And that’s still true. But if we reach this new goal, everyone who pledges at least $25 will get not just a year of a zine, but a year of a pro-rate zine! As always this is in addition to the backer reward you choose when pledging!

***

We’re sure you have questions, so we’ve tried to answer some of them:

What about new writers? You’ll never publish them any more!

CG has always prided itself on how many new/undiscovered writers we publish. We don’t want that to change, but there’s a legitimate fear that if we offer pro rates, newer writers will get squeezed out in favor of more practiced or established writers.

In order to ensure that CG Magazine continues to welcome and nurture newer writers, we’ve decided to reserve one story slot every month for a “New Author Spotlight”. A new writer (qualifications TBD) will not only have their story published, but will be featured in a Spotlight on the website, with a short interview, and perhaps some other features we’re considering. This way we guarantee that each month at least one new writer not only gets their first professional-rate sale, but also gets extra publicity for their work!

Also, we may select more than one new writer for publication in a month – this is primarily to guarantee that new writers are never shut out of Crossed Genres Magazine. And because we love the idea of the reactions we’ll create by giving writers their first pro sales. ;)

But you’re trying to nearly double what you’ve made so far! Why are you setting the goal so high?

Because pro rates are expensive! The (currently) recognized rate for pro pay is $0.05 per word. That means that a 4000-word story (a reasonable average) costs $200. We’re talking about funding at least a few of those every month for an entire year; and even with this goal we’d have to publish a smaller total number of stories than in the past.

Who actually benefits if you make it?

Everyone!

  • Writers benefit because they’ll be paid better.
  • New writers benefit by having the chance at their first pro-rate sales, and the chance to get extra publicity if we decide to Spotlight them.
  • Readers benefit by getting to read even better-quality fiction – as free ebooks, if they pledge to the Kickstarter.
  • We benefit because we get to offer pro rates, which has been a dream of ours since CG was founded!
  • And everyone benefits because pro rates offer us the best chance at long-term sustainability, meaning all this can continue!

But… can you actually make this goal?

Why not? We made it halfway in the first 19 days, and we still have 11 days to go. Is it a stretch? Sure! But we think this is a worthwhile goal that’s good for everyone. We’re excited about the possibility – we’ve been dreaming of paying pro rates since we founded the magazine in 2008! – and we hope all of you are excited too!

Okay then – how do we make this happen?

We were hoping you would ask that!

The first, most obvious way to help is to pledge to the Kickstarter, or if you already have you can raise your pledge. You can also help by spreading the word! Tell people, in person, via email, in social media, any way you can! Make sure they know that they benefit as well if they pledge: Would you pay $25 for a year of ebooks from a pro-rate zine? We would! $25 is a pretty good deal for a year of a pro-rate zine, and that’s not even counting the backer rewards you get!

If you have any additional questions about the goal, please ask! And please join us on this quest to level up CG Magazine!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Friday, June 8th, 2012
9:19 am
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Today is the LAST CHANCE to win free signed books!

TODAY – Friday, June 8 – is your LAST CHANCE to win signed books from these wonderful authors:

(All books are SIGNED.)
( = erotica)

To win a book/books, all you have to do is pledge at least $10 to the Crossed Genres Kickstarter by the end of today! That puts your name in the (real or metaphorical) hat. Each $10 pledged puts your name in again, so the more you pledge, the better your chances of winning a signed book! Of course, this is in addition to the reward you’re promised from pledging.

And if you pledge $25 or more you get a free year of CG Magazine ebooks too!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Thursday, June 7th, 2012
9:07 am
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Tomorrow is the LAST day to enter to win free signed books!

Tomorrow – Friday, June 8 – is the last day to pledge at least $10 to the Crossed Genres Kickstarter & have a chance to win signed books from these wonderful authors:

(All books are SIGNED.)
( = erotica)

To win a book/books, all you have to do is pledge at least $10 to the Kickstarter by tomorrow, Friday, June 8! That puts your name in the metaphorical hat. Each $10 pledged puts your name in again, so the more you pledge, the better your chances of winning a signed book! Of course, this is in addition to the reward you’re promised from pledging.

And if you pledge $25 or more you can still get in on a free year of CG Magazine ebooks too!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012
9:02 am
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A question for YOU about CG’s future!

Today is the halfway point of the Crossed Genres Kickstarter! As of this post, we’ve raised $6,693 for our $4,000 goal, or about 167%!

We’ve successfully raised the funds to pay for all of CG’s titles through 2013, AND we reached our stretch goal which will enable us to resurrect Crossed Genres Magazine! We’ve been pondering what to do during the second half of the Kickstarter, and decided we want the opinions of our readers and KS backers. So we posted a KS update asking what our next stretch goal should be.

The responses to the post have been interesting and it’s sparked a discussion of what, exactly, would best help CG’s long-term sustainability. Some of the options include offering professional rates, and funding the 2014 year. It’s complicated; even some of the largest publishers are having trouble making ends meet, so it’s extra tricky for a small/independent press to figure out how to remain viable long-term.

We would still very much like to hear your thoughts! Please check out the post and comments, and let us know what you think would be best for us AND for you!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012
9:22 am
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CG asks: What next? A question for you!

(reposted from Kickstarter)

As we approach the halfway point of our Kickstarter, we’ve been thinking hard about how best to proceed. There’s so much we’d love to do, so many projects we could push to fund with new stretch goals. We’ve already accomplished so much, our heads are spinning!

Mainly we want to make sure that whatever goal we aim for is something that our readers want – it would be pointless otherwise! You’re the people making this possible, so whatever extra goal(s) the Kickstarter pursues, we want them to excite you!

So we thought we’d put it to you: What should our next stretch goal be? We’ve already funded a full load of titles through 2013 AND resurrecting CG Magazine for 2013 – what’s next? Is there anything you’d jump at the opportunity to help make a reality?

Some ideas we’ve considered:

1) The 2014 year! Stretch the KS to fund our publications even further into the future, guaranteeing even longer-term stability and awesomeness.

2) Professional-rate titles! If we could afford to offer pro rates to authors it would draw many more submissions, giving us a much deeper pool of work from which to select our stories – this almost always means higher quality writing! There are several ways we could do pro rates:

  • One or more pro-rate anthologies
  • Pro-rate online flash fiction
  • We could even shoot for the moon & aim to make every 2013 title pro-rate!

What are your thoughts? Would any of the above ideas thrill you? Is there something else we haven’t considered that we should? Please comment or message us and tell us – we really want to know!

Thanks,
Bart & Kay

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Monday, June 4th, 2012
9:00 am
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Friday’s the last day to win free signed books!

This Friday, June 8 is the last day to pledge to the Crossed Genres Kickstarter & have a chance to win signed books from these wonderful authors:

(All books are SIGNED.)
( = erotica)

To win a book/books, all you have to do is pledge at least $10 to the Kickstarter by Friday, June 8! That puts your name in the metaphorical hat. Each $10 pledged puts your name in again, so the more you pledge, the better your chances of winning a signed book! Of course, this is in addition to the reward you’re promised from pledging.

And if you pledge $25 or more you can still get in on a free year of CG Magazine ebooks too!

You can also check out the Kickstarter’s writeup on Wired’s GeekDad!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
3:29 pm
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WINTER WELL open submission call – Pay increase

It was recently pointed out to us that the pay scale we had for one of our current open submission calls, WINTER WELL: Speculative novellas of older women, seemed low. Calculating per-word pay vs. flat rates is tricky, and determining an overall wordcount goal for a novella anthology is difficult as well. But after some number-crunching we determined that our initial scale was in fact too low.

As a result, we’ve raised the pay scale from $2.50 per 1000 words to $4.00 per 1000 words. We believe this brings it in line with our usual pay scale for anthologies.

(As a result of this higher rate, our costs will be higher than usual for an anthology. However, better author pay and more overall work published are exactly the sort of things which our current Kickstarter project is supposed to facilitate! And now it is! =)

All other WINTER WELL guidelines remain the same. The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2012. For all submission guidelines, please visit the website.

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

9:03 am
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Bad News, Bad News, Bad News, GOOD! A post from CGP co-publisher Kay Holt

That’s the title of this post by CGP co-publisher Kay Holt! In it, she talks about our personal and Crossed Genres’ financial struggles, including her getting laid off, and basically the rollercoaster the past two months have been for us.

I may not be hopeful by nature, but I am stubborn. And in good company. Our ship was sinking, but were we rats or were we pirates? When the time came, we didn’t shout, “ARR!” Instead, we raised our colors and cried, “Are you with us?!”

YES!

It’s a good read, and ends on a significant upbeat! Please read!

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

Thursday, May 24th, 2012
12:09 pm
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Signed books for Kickstarter supporters! Lots of authors!

To support and encourage pledges to the Crossed Genres Kickstarter, many of our wonderful friends have donated signed copies of their books for us to give away!

To win a book/books, all you have to do is pledge at least $10 to the Kickstarter by Friday, June 8! That puts your name in the metaphorical hat. Each $10 pledged puts your name in again, so the more you pledge, the better your chances of winning a signed book! Of course, this is in addition to the reward you’re promised from pledging.

NOTE: This is retroactive! If you’ve already pledged $10 or more, your name is already in!

Here are the books you could win. Remember, these are all SIGNED:

( = erotica)

Pledge at least $10 in the next two weeks and one of these books could be yours! (And if you pledge $25 or more you can still get in on a free year of CG Magazine ebooks too!)

Originally published at Crossed Genres. You can comment here or there.

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