We will be launching a line of e-shorts for your Kindle. Short stories from new and established authors. Stay tuned for more on this as we get it all sorted out….
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Hot off the heels of FantasyCon 2012, we are looking forward to bringing you titles by fantastic authors you love, such as Aliette de Bodard, Mercurio D. Rivera, Colin P Davies, and more. Artwork for Aliette’s title might be ready to show up as a teaser in the next few weeks, created by Melissa Gay, who did the wonderful cover for Lavie Tidhar’s book.
Additionally, we will be launching some e-shorts for your reading pleasure. Short stories for you to download to your Kindle.
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Our very own cover artist, Charles Harbour, has brought us the following anouncment:
“The Immersion Book of SteamPunk cover has been accepted for inclusion in this year’s Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art Book no.19 ( http://www.spectrumfantasticart.com/ )
Pretty pleased as it’s pretty stiff competition to get in, with judges including Art directors from Blizzard, Wizards of the Coast and Disney.
Judging process http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqh4Rq3Gvic
If you look closely you can spot the cover at about 35 sec’s in, apparently this room was filled and cleared 3 times.”
Nothing can be cooler than this!!!
Well done to Charles for what is an excellent cover. We are so glad to have him on board with us at Immersion Press.
We are happy to announce that Anatoly’s “Kulturkampf”, which was first published right here at Immersion Press in The Immersion Book of Steampunk, has now been podcast. It has been wonderfully produced by the good folks at Cast of Wonders (Feb 3, 2010).
They really nailed the idea behind this very original story and the reading is so well done!
Once again, go to this link, Cast of Wonders , and enjoy.
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We would like to wish you all happy holidays and a great 2012.
This has been a good year for Immersion Press. Our titles have sold well and are even stocked in some select bookstores! Next year promises to be just as good if not better. We are looking to release two more hardcover, limited-edition novellas, and will be present at various Cons.
There are still copies available of Lavie Tidhar’s excellent “Jesus and the Eightfold Path”, which has been getting great reviews (Gardner Dozois, Locus, Abyss & Apex, to name a few).
Have a great holiday and see you on the other side.
Carmelo Rafala, Fantasycon, Science Fiction, Speculative Fiction, Steampunk Carmelo Rafala, Chris Butler, Deirdre Counihan, Elizabeth Counihan, Fantasycon, Gareth Owens, Jesus and the Eightfold Path, Lavie Tidhar, Steve Upham
FantasyCon was a great experience, particularly since we sold a good number of books! It was great to see Lavie Tidhar launching two books, Osama (PS Publishing) and Jesus and the Eightfold Path, which is now available. Chris Butler, Gareth Owens, Charlie Harbour, Elizabeth and Deirdre Counihan were all about, mixing and mingling. It was also great to meet Steve Upham of Screaming Dreams.
We are planning on launching more limited-edition hardcovers of short novels. Check back to see who we have coming up!