Sunday, April 28, 2019

This Week: Unearthed Home Stretch, Future Charity Anthologies, and Swapping Gallifrey for Chronosmiths

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Happy Monday, readers!

First off, just a heads up on Unearthed progress. We're collecting final bits and bobs and preparing to send out a proof to our contributors. Once that's done, we'll be getting the full cover together and getting everything sorted out for sales. You'll see a few tweaks on the site in the next few days in preparation.

Speaking of which, time is almost up for Seasons of War: Gallifrey! We appreciate everyone's support on the project, and are happy to have been able to donate so much to charity on behalf of readers and Doctor Who fans. This will help us make way for the upcoming Chronosmith Chronicles, so keep an eye out!

If you want to get your copy of Gallifrey, you have until this Friday, 3 May, to do so. Head over to the Shop page for one last go.

Finally, we're getting close to be able to announce what comes after Unearthed. Paul has been working away on an anthology of his own, and we've got a few more tricks up our sleeve. Stay tuned!

(And if you liked last week's cover reveal, don't forget: today is the last day to order Ginger Hoesly's charity zine Moon Man! Head over to to pick up zines, merch, and shirts to benefit the Glasgow School of Art!)

Monday, April 22, 2019

UNEARTHED: Cover Reveal!

We're in the home stretch, friends... Unearthed is almost ready to unleash on the world, with 12 new stories raising funds for the American Research Center in Egypt.

But every book needs a cover — and Ginger Hoesly (who also did the Seasons of War: Gallifrey cover) has delivered once again:

Ginger's cover art gives us a glimpse of all the spooky, silly, and unbelievable stories awaiting us inside the anthology!

A proof is being sent to our contributors soon, and you can expect order information to open up before too much longer. Thank you all again for your continued patience. We'll be offering previews from Unearthed in the coming days, and more news on our projects to follow!

If you like Ginger's work, be sure to check out her Etsy store. And if you want more art and stories for a good cause, pick up a copy of her current charity zine, Moon Man. Orders are only open for a few more days!