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Edited Publications

Edited Publications:

  • Box of Delights (an anthology of original horror stories from Aeon Press Books)
  • Writing4all: The Best of 2009 (a collection of the best work posted to Writing4all’s website, a free online resource for writers)
  • Albedo One – #1-42 (Ireland’s only science fiction, fantasy and horror magazine, winner of three European SF Society Awards and longlisted for the Hugo)
  • FTL – #1, 2 & 11 (A predecessor of Albedo One published by the Irish Science Fiction Association)

Discussion

4 thoughts on “Edited Publications

  1. Want to help me co-edit an anthology? I am working on a project which explores the darker side of fandom. I wrote a test story using these guidelines and you can read it on http”//nickolaus.deviantart.com. I have the guidelines as a ;.pdf file and I told the contributors to study our fan fiction counterparts to study the behavior of fanboys and fan girls because the plots are fucked up stories that happen to the fan boy when they take the obsession of stealing the original creators characters too far.

    Posted by Nickolaus Pacione | July 14, 2013, 9:52 pm
    • Many thanks for the invite, but I have two anthologies I’m about to start work on (one horror and one Best of Albedo One), as well as my ongoing freelance editing work, so I’m out the door for the forseeable future.

      Posted by John Kenny | July 14, 2013, 11:03 pm
      • I am looking for other editors to co-edit with so I can expand my resume as an editor. One of the most impressive things I’ve done as a publisher was usher in Ray Faraday Nelson.

        Posted by Nickolaus Pacione | July 14, 2013, 11:33 pm
  2. Your best bet is to do as you did with me: approach editors individually and ask if they’ll work with you. It’s a case of surfing the net and finding contact details. Another approach is to put together anthology ideas, get a couple of writers on-board as contributors, then approach other editors with a view to expanding on the list of contributing authors.

    Posted by John Kenny | July 15, 2013, 8:10 am

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