|Posted on Wednesday, April 07, 2004 - 11:12 pm: |
I've been meaning to post this for weeks...
Without further ado...the table of contents for Polyphony 4...
The Girl With the Sun in Her Head by Jeremy Tolbert
Down in the Fog-Shrouded City by Alex Irvine
Black Dog At Work by Steve Mohan
Blackpool Ascensions by Lucius Shepard
The Mud Fork Cottonmouth Expedition by Eric Witchey
When They Came by Don Webb
Over Alsace by Forrest Aguirre
State Change by Ken Liu
High Rise High by Kit Reed
The Storyteller's Story by Gavin Grant
Memree by Jenn Reese
The Eye by Eliot Fintushel
The Train There's No Getting Off by Bruce Holland Rogers, Ray Vukcevich and Holly Arrow
Baby Love by Michael Bishop
Psyche and Eros by Diana Sherman
Hart and Boot by Tim Pratt
Nine Electric Flowers by Sally Carteret
Life in the Movies by Mikal Trimm
Bagging the Peak by Jerry Oltion
The Journal of Philip Schuyler by Robert Wexler
Ataxia, The Wooden Continent by Stepan Chapman
Tales From the City of Seams by Greg van Eekhout
The Wings of Meister Wilhelm by Theodora Goss
Crazy Rain by Piper Selden
Three Days in a Border Town by Jeff VanderMeer
Polyphony 4 will likely appear sometime around October 1, and certainly no later than WFC.
The submission period for Polyphony 5 will be September 15 - October 31, 2004.
Polyphony is (obviously) moving toward a once/year schedule rather than the more ambitious (and insane) twice/year schedule I started with. Of course, Polyphony 4 is more than twice as big as Polyphony 1, so we're still bringing you plenty o' fiction.
Watch this space for announcements of other Wheatland Press projects in the coming months.
Thanks for your support!
Deborah Layne and Jay Lake
|Posted on Thursday, April 08, 2004 - 08:03 am: |
"Plenty o' fiction" is right!!!
|Posted on Friday, April 30, 2004 - 05:31 am: |
Can you let me know what happened to my submission "P is for Powerstation" which I sent to you in September last year. I presume that it was rejected but I never heard back.
|Posted on Friday, April 30, 2004 - 06:38 am: |
Geoff, I answered your email a short while ago.
Robert Burke Richardson
|Posted on Wednesday, August 11, 2004 - 01:25 pm: |
In his review at StrangeHorizons, Greg Beatty says "I submitted three stories to P2 and P3..." I was wondering if that means Polyphony 5 will be open to multiple submissions? (There are two stories I've been polishing up with P5 in mind, and am having difficulty deciding which one to send).
|Posted on Wednesday, August 11, 2004 - 01:35 pm: |
I think that may have been a miscount by Greg. The submission guidelines for Polyphony 5 will be the same as for Polyphony 4, namely no simultaneous or multiple submissions, please. It's hard enough to process 500 subs -- if even half those people sent two stories, Jay and I would be even more insane than we already are.
Thanks for understanding.
P.S. I need to get this information posted and to the usual market listing sites, but FYI, the submission period will be October 15-November 30, or something very close to that, maybe a bit later.
Robert Burke Richardson
|Posted on Wednesday, August 11, 2004 - 05:47 pm: |
^Thanks for the info, Deborah
|Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2004 - 09:40 pm: |
Nope, no miscount, Deborah. I petitioned Jay to let me submit two stories to P1. Didn't help, but there you go.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2004 - 10:00 am: |
My contributor copies came yesterday--very fine looking anthology Ms. Lane. And lots of stories to read too. I'm sure it will get a lot of attention. And sales. So you can keep this young anthology marching forward.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2004 - 01:02 pm: |
No photos of you running around the house naked for this either? Man, there better be some pay off in Boston.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2004 - 01:46 pm: |
Thank you, Robert, I do hope you enjoy reading it.
JK, that's a subscription service...
All three new titles arrived at once, so for the freebie photos, I thought I'd follow the Wexler Sushi Tradition. Poly 4 was cool with sushi, but American Sorrows wanted Thai and Knuckle Sandwiches wanted a burger and a brewski. Trantums, pouting, kicking...I tell you it was chaos.
Maybe they'll behave better in Boston.
|Posted on Tuesday, August 31, 2004 - 06:51 pm: |
Hey! That link goes nowhere! And I gave it my credit card info!
Great line-up on this book Deb, BTW.