Blurring the Line, The Good Work On Track for September/October Unveiling
Today’s email brought an update from Cohesion Press for BLURRING THE LINE (cf. March 23, February 7), the Australian anthology that asks the question: “Do you really know what’s real and what isn’t?” According to Editor Marty Young, “[r]eal life kind of got in the way for a few months,” but now it’s on schedule for publication September or October this year. And, as another nod to real life, the book will be dedicated to recently passed on, on July 11, author and four-time Stoker Award® winner Tom Piccirilli, “who contributed with a pretty hard hitting story that’s incredibly close to home.” Also the table of contents should be finalized soon, and will be announced here as soon as I know it.
My part here is called “The Good Work,” a treatise on witchcraft in 1850s London. Or is that witch-hunting? And, along with a call for updated author bios and pictures, there will also be a limited hardcover edition signed by the authors, more on which will be announced as well as details become known.