Tuesday, October 02, 2007



Kaleidotrope #3 is hot off the presses and now available for purchase. Copies will be going out to contributors, subscribers, and some reviewers over the next couple of days.

I have noticed two small misprints I thought I had corrected in the final draft. One is a very minor added piece of punctuation that you may never even notice, but the other is a missing credit for one of the illustrations. Artist Remi Treuer provided many of the wonderful drawings that appear throughout the issue -- as well as that nifty cover art you're seeing above -- and that includes the drawing on page 46. Just so you know.

I think the issue looks terrific overall, though, and I'm very pleased to be able to share it with everyone. The issue features some terrific work from genre veterans, like Bruce Holland Rogers, Stephen Graham Jones and Mark Rich -- as well as many up-and-coming writers-to-watch, like Rachel Swirsky, Kristine Ong Muslim and Daniel Ausema. Over fifty pages of scary, silly, strange and just plain fun stuff.

I hope you'll check it out!

1 comment:

John Hall said...

I've just finished reading the issue, my first. I was favorably impressed. I especially liked the story "The Tailings of Men" by Eric Stever. I suppose that it was the most traditional science fiction story in the issie, which probably says something about me.