It's that time of year when we need to get rid of overstock and clean out the office so we're offering a 3 for the price of 1 deal. Buy one of these RDSP titles and get two surprise books for FREE.
Some of the free books will be RDSP titles,some will be duplicates we received at events weâ€™ve attended this year. All books are in new condition. See which titles are included.
RDSP invites you to join us for a weekend of writing, December 5th-7th, in scenic Hocking Hills, Ohio. We've rented a luxurious lodge close to state parks and away from distractions. Meals are provided. Spaces are going fast, for more info and to sign up visit our site.
Bizarro Halloween - To celebrate the launch of Grave Markings we put together a reading at Terrault Contemporary art gallery in Baltimore. Readers included: J.L. Gribble, G. Arthur Brown, K. Ceres Wright, Nathan Rosen and, of course Michael Arnzen.
NoirCon - featuring RDSP's Eric Miles Williamson as the keynote speaker and Michael Gills and Williamson as panelists. To celebrate the launch of the anthology Stray Dogs: Writing from the Other America published by Down and Out Books there was a raucous panel/literary skirmish with many of the authors included in the book. More pics and details here.
World Fantasy Convention - We celebrated the release of Mr. Wicker by Maria Alexander with a library-themed party, Maria participated in a poetry panel, while K. Ceres Wright talked about diversity. Heidi Ruby Miller and Jason Jack Miller both did readings.
We were also lucky to meet the people behind Valancourt Books who specialize in the rediscovery of rare, neglected and out-of-print fiction.
We got great response to our new trivia feature last month. To include as many people as possible we will now accept entries for 2 days after the newsletter has gone out, then we'll choose a winner from all who send the correct answer.
Question: Which RDSP title was reviewed in all 3 major review venues: Library Journal, Booklist & Publishers Weekly?
Last month's question: Which RDSP author has a Masters in Science Fiction from the University of Liverpool. Answer: D. Harlan Wilson Winner: Steve S. received a copy of Soft Apocalypses by Lucy Snyder!
John Edward Lawson shares the best author opportunities for this month