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Table of Contents: MYTHIC DELIRIUM Edited by Mike Allen

Mike Allen has posted the table of contents for his upcoming anthology Mythic Delirium, which features some great cover art by Hugo-winning artist Galen Dara (a larger version of which appears below). The anthology should be available in time for World Fantasy Convention in November.

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Table of Contents: Mythic Delirium 1.2 edited by Mike Allen

Mythic Delirium has posted the table of contents for the next issue, with cover art by Jan van Kessel:

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Table of Contents: Mythic Delirium 1.1 Edited by Mike Allen

Mike Allen has posted the table of contents for the upcoming issue of Mythic Delirium:
Featured in July

  • “Keeper of the Wave” by Jamie Killen
  • “Main Sequence” by Saira Ali
  • “Bearing Witness” by Jane Yolen

Featured in August

  • “The Djinn” by Saira Ali
  • “Orpheus” by Geoffrey A. Landis
  • “It’s a Universal Picture” by Gwynne Garfinkle
  • “Deepwater” by Valya Dudycz Lupescu

Featured in September

  • “Hold Back the Waters” by Virginia M. Mohlere
  • “An Eyewitness Guide to the Sea Shore” by Margo Lanagan
  • “Poor Old Horse” by Sonya Taaffe

Table of Contents: Mythic Delirium #30 Edited by Mike Allen

Editor Mike Allen has posted the the table of contents for the final print issue of Mythic Delirium — a retrospective covering the first 11 years of our 16-year life span.

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Table of Contents: Mythic Delirium 0.4 edited by Mike Allen

Mythic Delirium has posted the table of contents for the next issue:

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TOC: Mythic Delirium 0.3 edited by Mike Allen

Mythic Delirium has posted the table of contents for the next issue:

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TOC: Mythic Delirium 0.2 (Digital) and #29 (Print) edited by Mike Allen

Mythic Delirium has posted the table of contents for the next digital (0.2) and print (#29) issues:
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TOC: Mythic Delirium 0.1 edited by Mike Allen

The final story from Mythic Delirium 0.1 (with cover art by Danielle Tunstall) has been posted online:

TOC: Mythic Delirium #28 Edited by Mike Allen

Mike Allen has posted the table of contents for issue #28 of Mythic Delirium:

  • Editorial: Myths and Delusions
  • “The Theatre Golems” by Dominik Parisien
  • “Mice” by Beth Cato
  • “Grant Proposal” by Alexandra Seidel
  • “Wheels” by Adele Gardner
  • “The Motor Prayer” by Donald Raymond
  • “The Princess Becomes a Prophet” by Jeannine Hall Gailey
  • “Gleaming” by Mari Ness
  • “The Beast” by Rachel Manija Brown
  • “skin” by Lynn Hardaker
  • “Circe in Manhattan” by Wendy Howe
  • “Persephone Set Free” by Sofia Samatar
  • “Rare Annie” by Caitlyn Paxson
  • “How to Bring Your Dead Lover Back” by KL Pereira
  • “Día de los Muertos” by F.J. Bergmann
  • “The Green Green Rain” by Neile Graham
  • “Doomcall” by Alistair Rennie
  • “The Ceremony of Innocence” by Sonya Taaffe
  • “Maud Gonne, After” by Alicia Cole
  • “The Serpent Explains the Nature of Tricksters to His Wife” by Ruthanna Emrys
  • “The Last Siren” by Andrew Gilstrap
  • “Revising Horror (The Wrong Mouth)” by David Sandner

Mythic Delirium Reborn

Mike Allen writes that a new Mythic Delirium is coming!

Sez editor Mike Allen:
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[GUEST POST] Mike Allen on Funding ‘Clockwork Phoenix 4′ Through Kickstarter


Mike Allen is the editor and publisher of the anthology series Clockwork Phoenix and the poetry journal Mythic Delirium. He was a Nebula Award finalist in 2009 for his short story “The Button Bin,” and his first collection of short fiction, The Button Bin And Other Horrors, is forthcoming from Apex Books. He and his artist wife Anita live in Roanoke, Va., where he writes the arts column for the daily newspaper.

Funding ‘Clockwork Phoenix 4′ Through Kickstarter

One of the wonderful things about the genre community, if you’re a creative type, is if you have an idea and it’s not something you could ever get a major publishing house to line up behind, you can do it yourself and folks respect you for it. Heck, it’s almost expected.

So how did I end up editing the Clockwork Phoenix trilogy, and why have I launched a Kickstarter for a volume four?
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