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KGB Raffle

From the press release:

New York, NY (July 2008) – The hosts of the KGB Fantastic Fiction reading series in New York City are holding a raffle to help support the series. Well-known artists and professionals have donated prizes (see Partial List of Prizes below) which will be raffled off in July. All proceeds from the raffle will go to support the reading series, which has been a bright star in the speculative fiction scene for more than a decade.

Raffle tickets will cost one dollar US ($1) and can be purchased at You may purchase as many tickets as you want. Tickets will be available from July 14th, 2008 through July 28th, 2008. At midnight on July 28th, raffle winners will be selected randomly for each item and announced on the web. Prizes will be mailed to the lucky winners. (See a more detailed explanation in Raffle Rules).

Partial List of Prizes (a full list is available at the website)

  • Story in a bottle by Michael Swanwick
  • Tuckerization (your name in a story) by Lucius Shepard
  • Tuckerization by Elizabeth Hand
  • Tuckerization by Jeffrey Ford
  • Pen & Ink drawing of an animal-your choice- by Gahan Wilson
  • Original art for a George R. R. Martin novel by Tom Canty
  • John Picacio signed print of art for Michael Moorcock novel
  • Naomi Novik signed TEMERAIRE first edition
  • Your very own wormhole from physicist Michio Kaku
  • Peter Straub excerpt of a short story, “Mallon the Guru,” deleted from novel-in-progress, THE SKYLARK
  • Holly Black signed advance copy of GOOD NEIGHBORS
  • Original art by Terri Windling
  • Carol Emshwiller signed manuscript of THE ABOMINABLE CHILD’S TALE
  • Complete set of back issues and lifetime subscription to PARADOX MAGAZINE
  • Critique of a short story by Ellen Datlow
  • Critique of a short story by Gardner Dozois
  • Critique of a short story by Nancy Kress
  • Two year subscription to SYBIL’S GARAGE MAGAZINE
  • Ray Bradbury limited edition worth $900
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