It’s so good to know one is loved. So warming, comforting. Appreciated.
So it is with the Harvey Duckman Presents anthologies. I’m flattered and honored to be among their regular authors (according to Harvey Duckman Publisher Gillie Hatton).
What’s personally wonderful to me is receiving comments like “…your Knitty Dragon story makes me cry every time I read it!”
And not only from Gillie, but others on the HDP staff. When one’s work has a strong personal, visceral reaction from readers… Means I achieved my goal. Means I moved the reader. Made them feel. Think.
Gotta love it.
Get your copy now while supplies last and read wondrous tales by fellow Harvey authors Tamara Clelford, Peter James Martin, Mark Hayes, Kate Baucherel, Marios Eracleous, and others.
Once again the Great and Wise C.G. Hatton, gracious editor of the Harvey Duckman Presents series, has deemed me worthy to be included in the latest publication, Harvey Duckman Volume 6
The included story is The Boy in the Giant, previously published with LadySparrohawk’s amazing artwork.
You could read the story on this blog, and you’d lose out on all the other amazing stories by fellow Harvey authorssuch as Mark Hayes, Peter James Martin, C.G. Hatton, Andy Hill, Alexandrina Brant, and Ben McQueeney, and you wouldn’t want to do that…
And thanks to #weareallharvey for accepting me into the fold.
Once again, I am honored.
The glorious, wise, and beautiful folks at Sixth Elem6ent, home of Harvey Duckman Presents and many awesome, independent books, published The Lonely Oak in Harvey Duckman Presents Volume 5.
(and they want more of my work!)
Other fine authors are in HDP5 as well. (you should read them all)
(have to see if i can get a few more links in that opening paragraph…)
I am so honored.
I jokingly tweeted my short story, Morningsong, was in Harvey Duckman Presents #3 and someday I hope to make it to #1
Team Harvey Duckman DMed me they were reissuing Volume I and I had a place in it if I wanted.
Are you kidding?
An editor wants my work?
Well just give me a second now…have to think this over…YES YES YES!
And then it got better.
They told me they wanted more of my stuff for future issues.
And lots of other fine authors are in HDP1 as well.
(subscribers may remember an earlier version of A Tale of the Woods: The Little Flower
The good folks at Federal Street Books in Greenfield, MA, invited me to take part in their sci-fi/fantasy book fair on Thursday, 13 Feb 2020, 7-9pmET.
There’ll be lots of folks there and I’ll have lots of books and a ready pen.
They say it so much better
“Join us Thursday, Feb 13, next door at 12 Federal Street for an out-of-this-world book fair! Participants include Far Cry Zine, @organdonorstudios, The Imaginary Bookshop, local author Joseph Carrabis, and more. Preview over 500 new (to us) sci-fi and fantasy titles: paperbacks for just $3.50. Meet other readers and enjoy light refreshments. Free to browse, items for purchase.”
And if that’s not enough…
“Our bookstore will be open until 7pm so if you’d like to browse our shelves beyond the book fair titles, come a little early! This will be a sober event — but The People’s Pint has great brews, and food, just two doors down from us.”
Come on! Have some fun!
See you there!