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Midnight Echo 3 is now available in PDF...
...and should be hitting the newsstands in Australia within the week!

I have to say, I've had a look through my contributor's PDF, and the layout? IS ABSOLUTELY STUNNING. I don't think I've seen a magazine with such amazing and amazingly presented content in a very long time. I'm thrilled it's going to be available in print, too, because I'm going to want a couple of copies. "The Monsters of Notre-Dame" and "Five Secret Selves" could not have found a better home.

(highlyeccentric and goblinpaladin, this should be especially accessible to you.)

In other news, I have an announcement that's way overdue, given the contract's been signed for at least a couple of months now. erzebet will be producing an edition of my Mythic Delirium 20 poem, "Journeying," as an upcoming Papaveria Press edition. The illustrations will be done by twilightgardens. I'm especially pleased that Pai is involved in this project! Her art is sublime, and well suited to medieval subject matter.

Also: I have a few new poems live in the November issue of Chantarelle's Notebook.

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I have no idea where to buy this production, but I'll figure it out! Five Secret Selves is one of my favourites... :)

To be honest, I have even less of an idea than you do ;) It can be ordered in hard copy via the website, anyway!

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It's a lovely-looking magazine. I'm chuffed.

You really are on a roll, aren't you? Brilliant!

Midnight Echo looks super pretty.

That's some nice layout and graphic design work.

The artbook edition...oh, that's going to be something to see. As a bookbinder, I'm fascinated!

Ooh, shiny. I'll probably buy the hardcopy, being a general preferrer of such things.

You are just sellin' an' sellin' this year, ain't ya?

Yeah, I tend to prefer hard-copy, too. Can't wait till my copies arrive!

Ooh, things in print! I can do without the physical books for most things, but I love poetry on the page.

Again, congrats and I'm looking forward to these! (Especially the upcoming Papaveria Press edition of "Journeying"! It sounds amazing!) In the meantime, I'll peruse Chantarelle's. :D

Erzebet is mad talented, so I'm really looking forward to it, too!

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