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Americantypo from Philadelphia is reading The Bone Clocks October 5, 2011 - 1:03pm

So if anyone is interesting, Kzine is a kindle-only zine published out of the UK. Their website is here- http://www.kzine.co.uk/

And it can be purchased for 3.50 at Amazon.com.

Two reasons I bring it up.

1) I recently sold a story for Kzine that will be featured in their January issue, so I'm doing my best to promote it. If you happen to buy their current issue, please take a moment to leave a review on the amazon.com site to help promote them.

2) The person who edits it responds very quickly to submissions, so if any of you write any kind of genre, feel free to send him something. Unless he's swamped, he's almost always likely to respond in a week, or at the very least will give you a time table on his decision.

-Bill

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Chris Nicholson from UK is reading Seven Days In December, Sebastian Faulks October 5, 2011 - 1:44pm

Hey Bill,

First, congratulations.  And thanks for the info. 

Second, have you read their first edition?  What did you think?

Third, what's your piece? 

 

Cheers, Chris

 

 

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Americantypo from Philadelphia is reading The Bone Clocks October 5, 2011 - 1:58pm

Chris,

I just got the first issue and have only read the first story. To be honest, I wasn't that into it, BUT, the first story was science fiction and it's not really a genre I'm super into. The thing about Kzine is that it is trying to print all genres in every issue, so it's not exactly a horror zine or a sci fi zine. Each story is gonna be something different. So if you write, horror, sci fi, mysteries, westerns, fantasy... feel free to send them stuff.

I wrote a horror story called "The Stench" that will be featured in issue two.

It's fairly cheap. Once I finish it I'm gonna post my thoughts here and write a review of it on amazon.

-Bill

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Charles from Portland is reading Mongrels by Stephen Graham Jones October 5, 2011 - 3:11pm

i should have my kindle fire by then. remind me, and i'll check it out

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Nathan from Louisiana (South of New Orleans) is reading Re-reading The Soul Consortium by Simon West-Bulford October 5, 2011 - 3:37pm

Congratulations, Bill!

Well earned. I should have a kindle by then, too -will buy and promote it. Nice to hear about the submissions -they were actually on my radar so thanks for the info. around accepted genres and responses. Good stuff. Congrats again, man. 

 

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Alex Kane from west-central Illinois is reading Dark Orbit October 5, 2011 - 3:58pm

Congratulations, Bill! There's nothing quite like a fiction sale to brighten the day. Well done.

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Congrats Bill. I'll buy it for sure when the issue comes out.

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Jenny Hanniver from Wyoming is reading everything she can get her hands on as a general rule October 5, 2011 - 5:23pm

Many congrats!  I'm not in the e-reader camp, yet, but I'll keep an eye out.

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Mark from Lexington, Kentucky is reading The Chronology of Water October 5, 2011 - 5:43pm

Way to go, Bill!  And thanks for sharing word about this.  Could be a nice outlet for a number of people here.

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Chester Pane from Portland, Oregon is reading The Brief and Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz October 5, 2011 - 6:52pm

Good Job Bill. There is a big future in that avenue.