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September featured works are live: Sandner, Crow, Yolen

September 11th, 2017 No Comments

The last of the featured fiction and poetry from the July-September issue of Mythic Delirium is live on our site, and free for all to read. This means the full issue is available now on the web, so I hope you’ll take the opportunity to check it all out if you haven’t yet. Here’s what’s new in September: In “Sunrise with Sea Monsters,” David Sandner envisions the beauty, magic and madness that inspired a moving work of art. Jennifer Crow

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Strange Horrors and Wonders for Sale (for 99¢) [ENDED]

August 21st, 2017 No Comments

  As a celebration of my World Fantasy Award nomination for editing Clockwork Phoenix 5, I’ve made four strange books full of fantasy and horror (not to mention some science fiction and stories that fall somewhere in between) that bear my byline available for 99 cents in ebook form. By all means, snatch them up. The sale lasts through Aug. 28. Here’s a bit more about each book, and where to get them:   Clockwork Phoenix 5 World Fantasy Award-nominated

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World Fantasy Award nominations for CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 5; read Rachael K. Jones’s short fiction finalist

August 2nd, 2017 2 Comments

Last week, we at Mythic Delirium Books (i.e. Anita & I) received terrific news. When the list of nominees for the 2017 World Fantasy Awards went public, Clockwork Phoenix 5 turned out to be represented twice. The entire book is a contender in the category for Best Anthology, and Rachael K. Jones‘s “The Fall Shall Further the Flight in Me,” the second story in the table of contents, is a finalist for Best Short Fiction. As part of our celebration

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August Mythic Delirium features are live: new works by Odell, Crow, Taaffe

August 1st, 2017 No Comments

August brings the latest round of featured works from the current issue of Mythic Delirium. “Resistance on a Park Bench, with Stale Bread and Ducks,” Sandra M. Odell’s askew take on the apocalypse, holds a resonant message and some tasty bread for the birds. In “Other People’s Tragedies,” frequent Mythic Delirium contributor Jennifer Crow reflects on the difference between what’s lived and what’s observed. Sonya Taaffe, another frequent Mythic Delirium contributor, touches on summer and the underworld in “On the

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Final Mythic Delirium submissions update

July 22nd, 2017 No Comments

Hello, folks! To everybody who submitted stories and poems to us during the spring reading window: as of today, you should have received a response, whether it be rejection, acceptance, or a request for revisions. If you’ve gotten no response at all, you should send a query to mythicdelirium@gmail.com so we can figure out what’s up. There will be no other reading window this year. I’m really excited about the lineup that’s coming together. Next year, 2018, will be this

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The summer Mythic Delirium is live: new features by Larson, Yolen, Ness

July 3rd, 2017 No Comments
Cover by Paula Arwen Owen

Our summer 2017 issue begins Mythic Delirium’s fifth year as a digital magazine. We’re pleased to welcome “Dispo and the Crow” author Rich Larson to our pages. Having previously appeared in our our sister publication, Clockwork Phoenix, Larson is an author who has been generating a lot of buzz. The end-of-the-world theme in his story carries over into up-and-coming writer Sandra Odell’s even quirkier “Resistance on a Park Bench, with Stale Bread and Ducks.” This is Odell’s first appearance in

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YEAR’S BEST SCIENCE FICTION honorable mentions for CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 5 stories

June 21st, 2017 No Comments

The Year’s Best Science Fiction: Thirty-Fourth Annual Collection edited by Gardner Dozois hits bookstores in July. Our anthology Clockwork Phoenix 5 made a strong showing. The book reprints Rich Larson’s gorgeous sf story “Innumerable Glimmering Lights,” and in addition, the following stories made Dozois’ list of honorable mentions: “The Book of May” by C.S.E. Cooney and Carlos Hernandez “The Wind at His Back” by Jason Kimble “Sabbath Wine” by Barbara Krasnoff “The Trinitite Golem” by Sonya Taaffe “A Guide to

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June featured story and poems are live: Krasnoff, Yolen, Taaffe

June 6th, 2017 No Comments

The last featured content from our April–June issue is now free for all to read, bringing our magazine’s fourth year as a digital publication to a close. In “The Ladder-Back Chair,” Nebula Award finalist Barbara Krasnoff details a moving encounter between the living and the dead. 2017 Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Grand Master Jane Yolen describes a brush with grief personified in “Grave Robber.” An inscription in limestone made more than two thousand years ago inspires Ghost

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Update on MYTHIC DELIRIUM submission reading

May 28th, 2017 No Comments

As of today, to my knowledge, I’ve reviewed every single submission that was sent during the March 1–May 1 submission window. If you haven’t heard back from me at this point, either I’m hanging on to your story or poems so Anita and I can go over them more thoroughly to make our final selections for issues 4.2 through 4.4, or your work has somehow fallen through the cracks. Queries welcome any time at mythicdelirium@gmail.com. Note 1: Having your work

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New features online by Thakrar, Cleto, Wick; submission window closes tonight

May 1st, 2017 No Comments

We start May here at Mythic Delirium Books by marking two incremental milestones. First, our May features story and featured poems from Issue 3.4 are now live on the website. Shveta Thakrar’s sinister tale “Ghost Notes” illustrates how stealing stories can also steal souls, while Sara Cleto’s poem “How to Grieve: A Primer for Witches” seeks sorcerous remedies for real pain, and Jessica P. Wick’s “The Fetch” posits magical means for reclaiming one’s own life. If you don’t want to

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