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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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Congratulations to Clockwork Phoenix contributor Tanith Lee

August 14th, 2013 No Comments

We at Mythic Delirium Books (meaning Anita and I) were delighted yesterday to learn that Tanith Lee will receive a much-deserved Lifetime Achievement Award at the World Fantasy Convention in Brighton, UK this Novemeber.   Tanith is one of only two authors (the other being Marie Brennan) to contribute stories to all four volumes of Clockwork Phoenix. The complete list: “The Woman” in Clockwork Phoenix “The Pain of Glass” in Clockwork Phoenix 2 “Fold” in Clockwork Phoenix 3 “A Little

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New featured content for August

August 13th, 2013 No Comments

Our August featured story and featured poems from Mythic Delirium 0.1 are now live! Click the links to check them out: Hexagon • Alexandra Seidel Voyage to a Distant Star • C.S.E. Cooney Rhythm of Hoof and Cry • S. Brackett Robertson Subscribers to our e-book edition have already had a chance to read these works and those upcoming in September, so if that piques your interest, we hope you’ll consider supporting us. Subscriptions allow us to keep buying more

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Congratulations to the CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 giveaway winners

August 10th, 2013 No Comments

Congratulations to Jake Maraia of California and Colleen Anderson of British Columbia, who each get a copy of the trade paperback edition of Clockwork Phoenix 4. Thanks again to SF Signal for hosting the giveaway!   Want your own copy of Clockwork Phoenix 4? This page lists all the ways. #SFWApro  

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MYTHIC DELIRIUM open to submissions; CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 giveaway

August 1st, 2013 No Comments

1) As of today, the rebooted version of Mythic Delirum is open to submissions. We’re looking for short stories of up to 4,000 words, as well as poems. The reading window closes Oct. 1. Click here to read the full guidelines. #SFWApro 2) As of today, SF Signal is hosting a giveaway of Clockwork Phoenix 4. There’s two trade paperback copies to be had, and anyone in the world can take part. The giveaway ends Aug. 9. Click here to

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CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 and MYTHIC DELIRIUM 0.1 now at Weightless Books

July 30th, 2013 No Comments

Today, Weightless Books made the e-book editions of Clockwork Phoenix 4 ($4.99) and Mythic Delirium 0.1 ($2.99) available on their website, as well as subscriptions to the new electronic version of Mythic Delirium (One year/4 issues for $9.95.) Unlike Kindle, Weightless offers the full range of possible e-books: PDF, EPUB or MOBI. #SFWApro     Also, for those few and proud of you who subscribed to the old version of Mythic Delirium via Weightless — because I am phasing out

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Kenneth Schneyer’s “Selected Program Notes…” from CLOCKWORK PHOENIX 4 at Podcastle

July 28th, 2013 No Comments

I was too buried in Kickstarter promotion and website building to signal boost this when it happened, so apologies for the lateness. Podcastle has posted an audio adaption of Kennenth Schneyer‘s much-praised short story “Selected Program Notes From the Retrospective Exhibition of Theresa Rosenberg Latimer” from the pages of Clockwork Phoenix 4. Here’s the teaser they offered up: 34. Magda #4 (1989) Oil on poplar wood, 30 x 21″ Private collection Sometimes called “Devotion” by critics, this nude the earliest

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My first editorial for the new MYTHIC DELIRIUM

July 27th, 2013 No Comments

(Click here to see the complete table of contents for Mythic Delirium 0.1.) Welcome, friends, to the new Mythic Delirium. It’s been a short time in the making, but a long time coming. I founded Mythic Delirium in 1998 as a do-it-ourselves poetry-only print magazine, and it’s since gone through a couple incarnations—at one time it was a sister magazine to Weird Tales. Over fifteen years this little ’zine did far better for itself than I ever imagined it would:

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A new look for MYTHIC DELIRIUM

July 25th, 2013 No Comments

The new Mythic Delirium website is arriving both too soon and too late. Too soon, because much of it is still under construction. Too late, because it really should have gone up the first week of the month — as a result, our featured story and featured poems for July only get to be showcased publicly for a week before their designated month ends. Regardless, I shouldn’t wait any longer. Earlier today, the Kickstarter campaign to fund this renovated version

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