It’s officially launch day for Masked Mosaic: Canadian Super Stories. Yay!
They are having launch events all over the place, so no matter which end of the country you live in there may be something near you. You can check out the details here: The Heroes (or Villains) Behind the Masks. As you’ll see if you follow that link, the editors are doing something cool. Over the next 24 days they are each writing a short blog post about each story. I love that idea! I already read Claude’s blog about E.L. Chen’s story, Nocturne and once I post this blog I’m going to seek out Camille’s. Also, I won’t lie, my ego can’t wait to see what they say about the story Jo and I contributed, Sea and Sky.
In addition to being able to pick up a copy of this book directly from the publisher you can also find it here and here 🙂
I’m super excited to announce that there will be an Edmonton book launch for Masked Mosaic: Canadian Super Stories (which includes Jo and my tale Sea and Sky) along with Krista D. Ball’s book What Kings Ate and Wizard’s Drank. It will be at Happy Harbor Comics on March 20th starting about 5pm. I’m told there will be cookies 😉
The facebook page for the event is here and if you live in or around Edmonton I really hope to see you there.
My love affair with Every Day Poets continues. They have accepted my poem, Rest, for inclusion in a future issue. Yay! I don’t know exactly what date it will be up yet, but I’ll let you know when it happens.
Oh. My gawd.
You know, there are covers, and then there are covers. And while it’s always a pleasure to be included in an anthology, I will admit that I’m shallow enough that exactly how happy I am about any given publication can be influenced by the cover.
I am ecstatic about this one.
This is the cover for Masked Mosaic: Canadian Super Hero Stories. I love this cover. Love it. Jo and I have a story in it called Sea and Sky and I just cannot wait to have this schmexy looking book on my ego shelf.
Unfortunately I have to wait because the anthology isn’t out until the end of the month, but damn.
Lookin’ good Tyche Books, lookin’ good.