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Year Four: July 2017–now
Year Three: July 2016–June 2017
Year Two: July 2015–June 2016
Year One: July 2014–June 2015
Year Zero: July 2013–June 2014

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MYTHIC DELIRIUM 29 (second to last print issue) now available

November 14th, 2013 No Comments

It’s amazing to think that the longest project of my editorial career — or at least a major phase of it — is almost over.   Contributor and subscriber copies of Mythic Delirium 29, the penultimate print issue of my quirkly little ‘zine’s decade-and-a-half long run, went out in the mail earlier this week. If you’re not getting a copy yourself, and you’d like to, here’s where you can make that possible.   I have all the print issues of

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November’s featured story and poems from MYTHIC DELIRIUM now live

November 6th, 2013 No Comments

November’s featured content from Mythic Delirium 0.2 went live on Nov. 1, including a melancholy yet cheerfully twisted short story by Patty Templeton and poetry from Brittany Warman and Yoon Ha Lee. Enjoy!   The Two Annies of Windale Road • Patty Templeton   WereMoonMother • Brittany Warman   Foxfeast • Yoon Ha Lee   #SFWApro

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Another quick update on submissions to MYTHIC DELIRIUM

November 3rd, 2013 No Comments

As of today, everyone who submitted stories and poems to Mythic Delirium through Oct. 1 should have received a response from me, either “Yes,” “No,” or “Would you consider a few changes?”   If you haven’t heard anything, you should definitely query. #SFWApro  

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Tor.com reviews CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4

October 30th, 2013 No Comments

Clockwork Phoenix 4 is the subject of Brit Mandelo’s latest “Short Fiction Spotlight” at Tor.com. Brit writes:   Overall, these are good pieces and the anthology is even in quality—amusingly enough, I wouldn’t call most of them experimental or slipstream etc., though a few certainly are. On the other hand, “bold in the style of their telling” applies more or less across the board: all of the authors go in full-speed on the tone and artifice of their stories, which

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The CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 special edition returns home

October 17th, 2013 1 Comment

The biggest single prize we offered for the Kickstarter to fund our anthology Clockwork Phoenix 4 was a special edition signed by all the contributors. One backer pledged for this…   …And we made it happen! That special edition has returned home from its journey around the world. The pictures (by Anita) say it all.      

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Hear The Wanderer King by Alisa Alering from CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 at Podcastle

October 15th, 2013 No Comments

The folks at Podcastle have adapted a second story from Clockwork Phoenix 4 to audio — this time it’s “The Wanderer King” by Alisa Alering. Click here to have a listen.   A sample from the text:     We steer clear of the mines–that’s Fixer territory. The Wanderers are dangerous, too, ever since they came fighting back around Day 30. But there’s always been less of them–less in all, and less because they scatter through the woods on their

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A quick update on submissions to MYTHIC DELIRIUM

October 13th, 2013 2 Comments

The reading window for the next few issues of Mythic Delirium — from Issue 0.3, Jan.-March 2014, through however many more issues can be filled with what we decide to keep — closed October 2.   I’ve finished my first read of all the submissions we received (about 250.) At this point if you sent something in and haven’t heard from me either your work is being held for further review or (unlikely, but not impossible) you’ve slipped through the

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MYTHIC DELIRIUM 0.2 is live + October featured content is up!

October 1st, 2013 1 Comment

I’m proud to announce that Mythic Delirium 0.2 is live and kicking.   Our second issue in our new format explores the fantastic in contemporary settings, with Georgina Bruce’s beautifully-written tale of a truck driver’s troubled life and holy visions, Patty Templeton’s funny and bittersweet take on a legendary figure from the American West, and David Sklar’s saucy venture among urban angels; poems include Jennifer Crow’s heartfelt look at a grim injustice, Yoon Ha Lee’s genre-bending examination of creatures from

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The CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 special edition in Amsterdam

September 29th, 2013 No Comments

The adventures of the special signed-by-all-the-authors edition of Clockwork Phoenix 4 continues.   Corinne Duyvis, who contributed “Lilo Is” to the book, sends this picture from Amsterdam. In documenting the books travels, she writes, “My Dutch thing of choice was a poffertjes stand, which is very, very Dutch indeed (and also very delicious).”   She’s the first contributor to pose with the book, perhaps because she made the mistake of asking me if I’d like her to do so, hee.

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A quick note on MYTHIC DELIRIUM submissions and Issue 0.2

September 23rd, 2013 No Comments

Folks, due to a confluence of many, many overlapping events, I have only now begun to start responding to Mythic Delirium submissions — so my apologies for not being quicker on the draw. Most people who’ve sent something in won’t hear anything until after the reading window closes Oct. 1.   If you’re concerned, queries are always welcome. #SFWApro   The ebook editions of Mythic Delirium 0.2 went out to subscribers this Sunday. Because much of this website is still

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