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The Blackmail Blend
The Blackmail Blend
Livia Day

Six romance writers Five secrets Four poison pen letters Three stolen manuscripts Two undercover journalists One over-complicated love life Way too many teacups and tiny sandwiches

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Madigan Mine
Madigan Mine
Kirstyn McDermott

When Alex meets Madigan again everything changes. His childhood sweetheart is beautiful and impulsive, but there is something wrong with her. Something dangerous.

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Kaleidoscope Ebook
Kaleidoscope Ebook
edited by Alisa Krasnostein and Julia Rios

What do a disabled superhero, a time-traveling Chinese-American figure skater, and a transgender animal shifter have in common? They’re all stars of Kaleidoscope stories!

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Cherry Crow Children Cover reveal
12PP-CherryCrow-CoverToday I approved the printer’s proofs for The Cherry Crow Children (Volume 12 in the Twelve Planets series), written by Deborah Kalin. I’m so very excited to see this final volume in the series be completed. Behold the beautiful cover by Amanda Rainey: The Cherry Crow Children will be launched at Swancon over Easter weekend in Perth.…

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Year’s Best YA Speculative Fiction 2013 Honourable Mentions
YearsBest2013Uncovering the best young adult short fiction of the year published in the anthologies dedicated to the form, the occasional special edition of a magazine, and individual pieces appearing in otherwise “adult” anthologies and magazines, and bringing them together in one accessible collection. Our list for Honourable Mention for 2013 young adult speculative short fiction can be read here.…

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The Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction
Twelfth Planet Press is proud to support the 2015 The Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction. “This is a themed fiction competition, open to all ages and genders. Rachel Funari, the namesake of the competition, was the founding editor of Lip. Tragically, Rachel went missing in 2011 while on holiday in Tasmania.…

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Awards eligibility for our 2014 works
We’re often asked for the word counts for our stories for award eligibility. For our works first published in 2014, there are two novelettes in Kaleidoscope – “The Legend Trap” by Sean Williams and “Kiss, Kiss, Kiss and Tell” by E. C. Myers. All the other works are short stories.…

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Cherry Crow Children, the twelfth Twelve Planets volume
I fell in love with Deborah Kalin’s “Wages of Honey” when she submitted it to the novelette doubles series. I didn’t buy it for that because it was getting too hard to pair works for that. Instead, after I won my World Fantasy Award in San Diego, I asked her in the aftermath to write me this book.…

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