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SALE! GUD Magazine, Crossed Genres, Residential Aliens, and more [24 Aug 2010|02:42am]

Have I got a sale for you! GUD (including Issue 5), Crossed Genres, Residential Aliens, and Bull Spec, all at ridiculous prices! =) Technically Bull Spec's not on sale, but that doesn't mean you can't check it out for free. ;) 1st come 1st sale

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Art for Sale [24 Jun 2009|02:47pm]

Hey all,

I've done some new Fullmetal Alchemist art! I hope you'll check out my gallery to check out the big version! http://lady-cybercat.deviantart.com/journal/

Direct Ebay Link: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=130314712779
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My husband's fantasy book... [03 Dec 2008|03:04am]

Hello everyone again,

I also thought I'd post about my husband's fantasy book that we had self published. Again, let me know if I need to remove this post.

Please check out his myspace page which has chapter excerpts and where the book can be bought. Also, if the premise sounds interesting enough, we were thinking about trying to go through a publishing company when our contract with the self publishing company comes to a close. If you know of anyone who might be interested, please drop me a line. Thanks so much!

The Aryla's Chosen Myspace Page
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Handmade Frames Shop [03 Dec 2008|02:59am]

Hello everyone!

Let me know if this post is in any way breaking any rules and I'll remove it ^_^

I just recently quit my 4 and 1/2 year job for one of the largest health care companies out there to start a family. And so my creative muse has been in over drive. I've always made picture frames as gifts since high school and am now trying to turn it into a small home business to help out with the bills and other daily life needs. Please check it out.

Unique Gifts For Any Occasion!
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Writers wanted for Greeting Cards [24 Jul 2008|12:43pm]


Hi, everybody. My name's Kate, and I'm an editor at Blue Mountain Arts in Boulder, CO. We publish greeting cards and gift items featuring original free-verse poetry. We're constantly on the lookout for new submissions. Here's the official information:

Blue Mountain Arts is interested in reviewing writings for publication on greeting cards. We are looking for highly original and creative submissions on friendship, family, special occasions, positive living, and other topics one person might want to share with another person. Submissions may also be considered for inclusion in book anthologies. We pay $300 per poem for all rights to publish it on a greeting card and $50 if your poem is used only in an anthology. To request a copy of our writer’s guidelines (which include contact/submission information), please send a blank e-mail to writings@sps.com with “Send Me Guidelines” in the subject line, or write us at: Blue Mountain Arts, Inc. Editorial Department P.O. Box 1007 Boulder, CO 80306. You can also visit our Web site at www.sps.com.

By the way, much of our "poetry" reads pretty much like slightly flowery prose, so if you're not a poet, you may want to check us out anyway. There's a little bit more information at blue_mt_arts.livejournal.com, too.

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Assignment Yggdrasil [22 Jul 2008|11:55am]

(cross posted)

My first published novel is for sale. The novel is in the genre of social science fiction.
Here is the documentation.
Author: Chris Dubey. Title: "Assignment Yggdrasil." Place of publication: Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom. Publisher: Chipmunkapublishing Ltd. Date: 2008.
The Web page is below. It includes a description of the plot, a biography, and an abstract of the book.
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Comedy Gossip Writers [16 Apr 2008|08:05pm]

Ok folks so here's the thing. I've got lots and lots of projects, and I keep coming up with more and more. The problem is that I only have so many hands, only have so many hours in a day.

So - I'm looking for other people that want to do something creative, want to have fun and want to build something together. So from time to time I'll be posting here and where ever else to see who's up to doing stuff. With help from my friend Ravenlaughs(aka Dan - scratch that reverse it). Dan will basically help me out with organizing and essentially being the glue to my atom smasher. Wait, what?

Point being Here's Project one.
Something many of you are probably already familiar with TiggerTalks

If you're unfamiliar TiggerTalks is a Feline Phenomina Fenomina, who's debut video chronicling the pregnancy of Young Miss Jamie Lynn Spears garnered over 135K views.

I'm looking for writers/researchers to pick up daily gems in the entertainment and gossip world and write a vlog for our furry champion to put out. Vlogs should be short, fast paced, clever and the height of the haha factor.

Topics of interest should compete with topics from sites such as Perezhilton.com, What the buck Show, joeblow, etc.

Wanted :
3 to 5 Writers (video scripts)
2 to 4 Blogger/Researchers
to find interesting stories daily to be used in an accompanying blog site and possible write video scripts as well.
1 to 2 Editors(video)
to help with video segments.
1 or 2 Motion Graphics -
for quick graphics, for examples modifying pictures of celebs with the howdy doody mouth... Check out the
Gary Gygak video for an example

If you're interested in being a part of the Tigger Talks team send me your email info and some quick samples of your humor in script format (preferred). Right now all I can promise is a screen credit. But if we cross our fingers and keep things up, maybe in the future we can each get a shiny dollar from it. send email to samsaysstaystrong at gmail dot com

Support the cause - go subscribe to:

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To All music Lovers/Musicians [29 Mar 2008|01:40pm]

[ mood | working ]

New Sound Magazine just launched. We are an online publication dedicated to giving exposure to talented, hard-working, unknown musicians.
An issue every month Featuring 1 band/musician, 8 interviews w/ musicians, articles, + more.
We would like to invite any/all music lovers to view our magazine.

Thank You,
Daryl Green (NSM)



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Art & Poetry Contest ($500 Cash Prize) [29 Feb 2008|04:00pm]

Check out the Youtube Art and Writing contest

help raise awareness by rating and commenting on that video.
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Issue 2 freebie + chance to win $20 Amazon Giftert [23 Jan 2008|06:56pm]

GUD Magazine is having a promotional contest to celebrate its release of Issue 2. The deal is as follows:

There is a story or poem from Issue 2 waiting in your GUD account. If you don't have an account already, then one will be waiting for you once you create an account.

Read, enjoy, no strings attached.

For the contest, all you have to do is make a public post somewhere about the piece you read--love it, hate it, whatever. Then leave a comment on the contest blogpost pointing us to your post by the end of January, and you'll be entered into our raffle: your choice of a $20 Amazon giftcert, or GUD Magazine Issues 0-2, for you or a friend.

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simple inexpensive we design [02 Dec 2007|03:13am]

do you need an inexpensive easy to update yet elegant website designed. i will design you one that is simple, functional, and adaptable to your needs weather it be a personal, artistic or a business site most of everything i do will cost you around 50-100dollars, and will be done w/ in about 1 1/2 weeks.
for more info email me at thanielionlee[at]thanielionlee.com

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Win an unusual sketch pad [22 Oct 2007|09:02pm]

Just a quick note to tell you about a small competition I'm running over on my artblog, Draw Anyway: you can win an unusual sketch pad. Could be a great Christmas gift or fun to keep. Thanks for reading!
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Social Science Fiction [14 Oct 2007|10:25am]

Does anyone know of a literary agent or publisher who would be interested in helping me publish a social science fiction novel that invokes antipsychiatry and libertarianism? The novel is somewhat of a mixture of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein," Michael Crichton's "Jurassic Park," and Crichton's "State of Fear." It is about a secret military operation that the American government is performing, which involves using the American citizenry as unknowing test subjects for biotechnology designed to protect them from biological terrorism. Like "State of Fear," it is experimental in the aspect that it uses citations of real sources, such as quotes of Bill Clinton, Ann Coulter, Huey Newton and also older people like Aeschylus, John Stuart Mill, and Mary Wollstonecraft. Strange as it might seem, Donald Rumsfeld and Enrique Iglesias also have cameos in the novel. The story discusses both science and philosophy, especially genetic recombination, medical ethics, and a comparison and contrast of polities (forms of government). Please tell me if you know of someone who would like to help me publish this novel.
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My first Ever DIY Instructional Video [01 Oct 2007|04:22pm]


Please leave a comment, rate and pass along the link
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Lucky Kat... [21 Aug 2007|09:26pm]


Click here for 1c auctions!

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Prints! [23 Apr 2007|12:04am]

Beautiful nature prints for sale!  Here's a sample of what I've got.  It's all outdoorsy stuff and I've been told a lot of it is quite striking.
So, whatcha think?  More pics on Storm-Artists and my site, Strange Attractor.
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Night Train Magazine [29 Mar 2007|06:12pm]

Is open for submissions, once again; with a new engine from GUD Magazine. :)

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Free story or poem of your choice from GUD Issue 0! [28 Dec 2006|03:48pm]

[ mood | excited ]

Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine pays semi-pro rates (and possible royalties!) and is 200 pages of literary + genre fiction, poetry, art, and more. We sell print and PDF and publish twice-yearly. See our submission guidelines.

Want to know a market before you submit to it? Now's a perfect time!

Free story or poem of your choice from GUD Issue 0!

1) Friend gudmagazine.
2) Check out Issue 0's teasers.
3) Email freebie@gudmagazine.com by Jan 1 with the name of the story, poem, or report you'd like a free copy of!

$3.50 for a PDF, $10.00 for a print edition.

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The Edge of Propinquity Call For Submissions [01 Oct 2006|04:40pm]


The Edge of Propinquity Call for Submissions

As of January 2007, the Edge of Propinquity will host one guest author every month.

The Edge of Propinquity is a paying market: $50/per story. This flat rate fee is payable through Paypal within 7 days of the story's publication.

The theme for the first year of the Edge of Propinquity was "Revelations." The theme for the second year is "Consequences." The theme "Consequences" should be considered to encompass and expand on the previous "Revelations" theme.

In order to be accepted for publication, stories must fit the webzine's themes - A modern day story focusing on a character deep within the hidden world that surrounds mundane society. The protagonist must deal with the consequences of her actions/reactions (and those of others) within that supernatural society. Alternately, stories can focus on a mundane protagonist suddenly and unexpectedly discovering the hidden world. It could kill her. It might not. That is your choice.

The hidden world does not have to be supernatural. It could be conspiracy based. No far future, medieval or alternate dimension stories, please.

1. Your story must be an original, unpublished 2000 - 6000 word, stand-alone short story not based in any of the other Edge of Propinquity story worlds.

2. Send submissions to gaaneden@gmail.com with the subject line "TEoP SUBMISSION: [Title Name]".

3. All submissions must be sent in plain text in the body of the email. Emails with attachments will be deleted without being read. If your story requires specific formatting, use standard plain text formatting techniques.

4. If your story is selected, you will need to provide a 100x100 pixel black and white headshot as well as a 100-150 word biography to be published with your story. Please see the Guest Quarters section of the site for examples.

By submitting your short fiction to the Edge of Propinquity, you are agreeing to the following usage and terms for your story.

1. Exlusive first digital publication rights for a period of one month, and non-exclusive digital publication rights through the end of 2008. The story will be linked from the Edge of Propinquity front page for one month. After that month, you may submit your story to any other market so long as you inform the editor/publisher of the story's prior publication in the Edge of Propinquity.

a. During and after the month your story appears on the front page, it will be located in the Guest Quarters section of the Edge of Propinquity website until January 1, 2008.

b. After January 1, 2008, all guest author stories will be archived in the Edge of Propinquity: Consequences archive for one year (2008).

2. Non-exclusive print publication rights. Our goal is to publish a hard copy anthology of the Edge of Propinquity. As such, authors must agree to give non-exclusive print publication rights to the Edge of Propinquity. If, on submitting your story to another publisher you enter into an agreement that requires exclusive print publication rights, it is your responsibility to contact the editor of the Edge of Propinquity (gaaneden@gmail.com) immediately. If the Edge of Propinquity becomes a hard copy anthology, all guest author stories will be included and the author will receive one complimentary contributor copy of the anthology.

3. You retain copyright to the work.

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Sybil's Garage Open for Submissions [17 Sep 2006|06:07pm]

Sybil's Garage, a magazine of speculative fiction, poetry, and art, is now reading for its fourth issue. Sybil's Garage accepts all works of speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror, slipstream, etc.), but we have a tendency to prefer the strange. Interpret that as you will, or seek out our previous issues to see what we mean. But we're a friendly bunch; if you're not sure, please send it our way anyway.

For more information, please check out our guidelines.

We look forward to seeing your subs!
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TESSERACTS ANTHOLOGY [13 Sep 2006|07:51pm]

From Boing Boing :

"Holly Phillips and I (Corey Doctorow) will co-edit Tesseracts Eleven, the next volume of the award-winning anthology series for Canadian science fiction and fantasy, founded by Judith Merril. We're open to public submissions from Canadians and Canadian residents, in either French or English, at lengths up to 7,500 words. The deadline is December 31, 2006.

Send your manuscripts to the address below, and follow them up with an electronic submission to tess11@edgewebsite.com. When formatting your electronic manuscript, adhere to the excellent formatting guidelines set out for submissions to Strange Horizons.

Tesseracts Eleven
Attention: Series Editors
c/o Tesseracts Eleven Submissions,
P.O. Box 1714,
Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2L7
Canada "
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CLARKESWORLD MAGAZINE [14 Aug 2006|08:00pm]

From the nihilistic_kid:

Clarkesworld Magazine pays 10¢ a word for works of science fiction, fantasy, and horror, up to 4000 words.
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WHO WANTS TO BE A ROCKET PIRATE? [09 Aug 2006|10:49pm]

Any comix creators out there?

If so, then this may be of interest to you :
People who want to make webcomics are invited to submit their ideas to me for membership in the Rocket Pirates, a webcomics collective which will be housed at http://www.rocketpirates.com.

Rocket Pirates will be the first site to launch with the new Webcomics Nation Collective Edition technology, which will be available as a commercial product for people wanting to quickly and cheaply launch their own multi-creator webcomics portals sometime in the next few months. Because we’re all about being quick and cheap, believe me.

Rocket Pirates will be free to all readers, all the time. This means, of course, that there is no cut of subscription fees to offer to creators. Instead, the system allows each creator the freedom to install Google Ads, Amazon Associates ads, ads for their own products, rate cards for prostitution services or any other damn thing on their comic’s Rocket Pirates page. Also, since we’re not paying, all Rocket Pirates engagements are on a non-exclusive basis, allowing the creators to run their comics on their own websites or any other place that’ll have them.

The non-subscription approach means that I’m also doing this for free, so anyone who wants to send food and clothing c/o Joey Manley at Modern Tales is welcome to do so. I also offer inexpensive adult services.

The submissions system is simply this: email your materials to me at warrenellis@gmail.com. I want to see at least three completed pages and an overview of what you intend to do. No need to be formal — rambly emails talking about the central concepts and what you want to achieve are fine.

I’m open to anything — series, serialised graphic novels, single panels, self-contained shorts, newspaper-style strips — in any style, from manga to clipart to whatever the hell you just invented in your basement. No limits.

I’m open to any kind of content. You’re going to have to work pretty hard to get me to accept a superhero project for the site, but if you’ve got something that knocks me flat, I’ll take it. But, seriously, I want to eventually curate something that takes in a wide breadth of what comics can achieve. Surprise me. Give me something straight out of literary mainstream fiction, give me a warped genre, give me something I’ve never seen before. That’s the “theme” of the site, the glue that holds it together. It is quite simply “stuff Warren really likes.”

The submissions process is open to everybody. I don’t care if you only decided you wanted to try and make a comic ten minutes ago — I’ll look at it. I’ll warn you in advance that the chances of my being able to provide detailed and constructive rejections are slight, but I’ll do my best.

(Also, if the site turns out to be all-male because only guys submitted, I’m going to be very pissed off, and will infect you all with this lung disease my girlfriend seems to have passed to me over the weekend.)

I’d like to be up and running by the end of the month, but I won’t kick the site live until I have enough work of quality. The submissions process will remain permanently open. Unless, you know, I change my mind. I am unpredictable and I drink a lot.

That’s all I’ve got. Please feel free to pass this unedited post on anywhere you like.

– Warren Ellis
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let me know your thoughts...i made my site over [25 Jul 2006|05:59pm]

new site - new work

this works best on fast connections
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Looking for Talent [06 Apr 2006|05:30pm]

I am scouting for aspiring musicians, models, or actors who are in the industry, looking to break into the industry or even looking to find out if you have what it takes. We specialize in helping new musicians, models, and actors get their start, or add to an already started career and what's more, we don't charge you to do it.

If you are interested either reply here or e-mail me at Jeffrey.Perdue@impactww.com
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MArch 26th... Philly [17 Mar 2006|01:22am]

Hey I'm looking for a TFP/TFCD makeup/hair artist for rock band coverart! It'll be tons of fun! Let me know if you're interested or if you know anyone who might be interested!
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Call for Submissions: Women, Culture and Society [12 Mar 2006|08:09pm]

Her Circle Ezine is currently accepting submissions for it's Spring/Summer 2006 issue. Works of fiction, non-fiction, essay, and poetry exploring themes of Women, Culture, Society, Gender, Identity and/or Ethnicity are acceptable.

For further information about our publication, including complete submission guidelines, please visit us online at www.hercircleezine.com
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SUBMISSION CALL : sub-TERRAIN [28 Jan 2006|08:46pm]

sub-TERRAIN seeks fiction (3000 words max.), creative non-fiction (4000 words max.), and commentary for Issue #45.

Theme: Money.

Deadline: May 15, 2006.

More details...

For artists, check the above link for art guidelines also ...
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CALL FOR CANADIAN POETRY [28 Jan 2006|08:42pm]

Contemporary Verse 2

(CV2) seeks submissions from new and emerging Canadian talent on the theme of Memory.

Deadline: February 15, 2006.

Submit 4-6 poems via email.

Payment: $30 per poem.

More details...
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