2nd Surprise Acceptance — Reveal to Be Monday; Top 10 Flash Fiction Mill Grinds On

For starters, Tuesday brought a second “mystery” acceptance, with contract attached, with the same proviso as with yesterday’s, that details cannot be released until all aspirants have learned their fates.  Or something like that.  The idea is not to have rumors flying until everyone concerned knows whether their stories have found new homes or not.  Again, fair enough.  But in the meantime, another thing learned:  that all can be unveiled next Monday.

Also, harking back to June 8 (cf. that date, also February 23 this year), we have an update on “Flightless Rats” and Mocha MemoirThedaBaras’s Top Ten Flash Fiction Finalist chapbook.  Stories are in the editing process (“not planning on doing any huge changes, but I do want you to look them over”) with proof sheets to come in, probably, the next few weeks.  Also a cover is being designed, according to Tuesday morning’s email from Editor Alexandra Christian.  “We don’t have a final release date yet, but we’re looking at getting this out by the end of July.  It’s going to be a whirlwind, but I think we can do it.”

(Again the picture could be of the vampiress Aimée after an extremely satisfying night, but it’s actually early 20th century American film actress Theda Bara.)

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