Re: A Mythies First Fiction
- LOL That was our first thought Jase!
Our press, Myth Ink Books now has a home online, a small one but a start:
Features our first fiction book The Friendly Horror & Other Weird Tales plus first two academically inclined books.
If you are on facebook please consider showing some Mythie support and liking the page for our new book:
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> Don't you know you're never supposed to cross the streams?! Doesn't anyone listen to Egon?! ;-)
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> Thanks for the news. And congratulations on "crossing streams" from nonfiction to fiction.
> May your new press live long and prosper!
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> From: Anthony_Jessica <herenistarion@...>
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> Sent: Tue, Aug 6, 2013 6:06 pm
> Subject: [mythsoc] A Mythies First Fiction
> Greetings Mythies, In recent weeks Jessie and I have been releasing versions of our short story
> collection: The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales. Our first two book as
> you may know, The Mythological Dimensions of Doctor Who & The Mythological
> Dimensions of Neil Gaiman) were scholarly volumes on their respective topics.
> In that time we have developed many short stories, which appear in this new
> collection. We have plans to do future scholarly collections but feel fiction
> is where we belong.
> The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales is a volume of stories in many ways
> inspired by Neil Gaiman, Douglas Adams, JRR Tolkien & HP Lovecraft. All of the
> stories have some of each, but the penultimate tale "The Friendly Horror," is
> the most overt Lovecraftian tale. The Friendly Horror is a contemporary follow
> up to HP Lovecraft's The Shadows Over Innsmouth and features history of our very
> own Staten Island interwoven with the Cthulhu, Elder Gods Mythos of HP
> Lovecraft. Jessie and I had to reprint our first two books since Anne Petty closed Kitsune
> Books on 12/31/12 (7 or so months before she passed away) and have done so under
> our own independent imprint "Myth Ink Books" which will see a more official
> launch this month, we will post that info when it is online. This new
> collection is also under that same imprint. It is our hope that our fellow mythies will help support our efforts and enjoy
> our stories. Right now The Friendly Horror and Other Weird Tales is available in print,
> kindle and multiple ebook platforms. Within a few weeks The Friendly Horror will also be available in an audiobook
> version IN PRINT http://www.amazon.com/dp/1491036214/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_Vexasb1QV9P7V4R1 KINDLE http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EBTKY3E/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_Hjxasb046HZEH Varied Ebook Apps: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/341584 Best,