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Old 03-07-2012   #31
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Re: Eibonvale Press

Well, I'm pleased to be able to report that the Eibonvale Press anthology "Where Are We Going?" was finally released last Saturday (3rd March 2012) at the BFS London open night and completely sold out, not a single copy left! But never fear, more are being printed as we speak, legions of them! Here's the Table Of Contents, and thanks to everyone who helped spread the word and got us a good line-up for this. Editor Allen Ashley has pulled off another excellent book by the looks of things...

Are We Nearly There Yet - Introduction by Allen Ashley
Dead Countries - Gary Budgen
A Faraway City - Joel Lane
The Way the World Works - Ian Sales
A Guide to Surviving Malabar - Ian Shoebridge
The Human Map - Andrew Hook
Journey to the Engine of the Earth - Terry Grimwood
The Discord of Being - Alison J. Littlewood
Xana-La - Stephen Palmer
At the Rail - Andrew Coburn
The Bridge - A. J. Kirby
The Chain - Frank Roger
Our Island - Ralph Robert Moore
Underpass - Daniella Geary
Overnight Bus - Marion Pitman
Wake with the Light - Jet McDonald
Future Prospects (Poem) - Geoff Stevens
Entanglement - Douglas Thompson
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Re: Eibonvale Press

Eibonvale Press is issuing a call for submissions for an anthology of stories connected to the railway. The concept is pretty open but the
book aims to gather a collection of works revolving around the railway with a modern and innovative aesthetic ranging from horror to
surrealism and beyond. "Rustblind and Silverbright" will be published in 2013. It takes its title from a wonderful short story about trains by the German writer Wolfgang Borchert, who was said to have cut his trigger finger off on the Russian Front so that he couldn't serve the Nazis. Ponder that over your suburban breakfast. More info and the full guidelines can be downloaded at:
http://www.eibonvalepress.co.uk/infoforwriters.htm
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Re: Eibonvale Press

I've just submitted a story for this; and I urge others to do the same...

My favourite train-based story ever is 'The Tunnel' by Friedrich Dürrenmatt. Indeed, the more I read of Dürrenmatt, the more I consider him to be one of the great European writers of the 20th Century.

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Thanks for the heads up, Harold.

With such a generous deadline, I think I'll have time to work something up for this quite interesting-sounding anthology.

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Re: Eibonvale Press

I see on their blog that Eibonvale Press have announced some reprints/new works from several authors of interest: D.P. Watt, Quentin Crisp, BrendanConnell et al.

Some New Titles Coming Soon from Eibonvale Press The Eibonvale Press Blog

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falls upon us one summer’s day like snow, all we wish for is to be forgotten." - WG Sebald
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Orders for the first 26 'lettered' copies of Tallest Stories will be taken today starting at 6 PM... That's British time, by the way... Free manuscripts, paintings, drawings, etc, with every copy ordered... It's an investment of some sort (don't know what sort yet)!

Check out the Eibonvale website for details.



Tallest Stories consists of 60 linked stories; I began writing this book in 1994 and finished it in 2009. It will hopefully be published at the end of January 2013, a mere nineteen years after I first conceived it...

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New antho guidelines: "Caledonia Dreamin'" from Eibonvale Press

Well folks, no sooner have the gates closes on subs to Eibonvale's last anthology ('Rustblind and Silverbright': an anthology or railway-themed stories) than they are launching a new one. This one will be edited by the great Hal Duncan and the wonderful Chris Kelso. Entitled " Caledonia Dreamin' ", they will be looking for 'strange fiction' in the loosest sense, i.e. modern and surreal rather than historical pastiche, each story to be inspired by a particular Scots word. Don't worry if you're not Scottish, because you'd be surrpised how many Scots words have eaten their way into the world's wider vocabulary. Few of them translate into English directly, and therefore embody culture-specific ideas which are a rich treasure trove to busk on. Here's a link to the full guidelines:

http://eibonvale.wordpress.com/2013/...donia-dreamin/

Word limit: 1000 - 12000 words. Closing Date: 31st May. Noo get birlin' an' scrievin' ya rapscallion gowks ye!
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Re: Eibonvale Press

Since I know there are a few people here who buy my books, I just wanted to post about Eibonvale's forthcoming title"Miss Homicide Plays the Flute" - the hardcover edition should be quite nice. It is Eibonvale's first true limited edition (in the sense that an actual limited print run is being done - I believe by the same printer Hieroglyphic uses). It is open for pre-orders. The first 26 people get a lettered chapbook. My understanding is that though this just went live these are about half gone already (thus me posting it here) Link: Eibonvale Press - Miss Homicide Plays the Flute by Brendan Connell
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I ordered your new book because it was by you, Brendan. However, I would like a few more details about this work, if you could. Thanks.
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Thank you! For details, do you mean the contents, printing...? Ask and I will answer.
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