LETTERS TO TIPTREE
TiptreeThis Monday, August 24th, we celebrated Alice Sheldon’s 100th birthday and the launch of LETTERS TO TIPTREE at Stefen’s Books in Perth, Western Australia. The night kicked off at 6pm at Stefen’s Books where we talked all things LETTERS TO TIPTREE and Tess Williams read her contribution to the book.…

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Twelfth Planet Press New Acquisition: The Motherland Garden by Grace Dugan
Twelfth Planet Press is delighted to announce the acquisition of a new novel by Grace Dugan. The Motherland Garden is a stand-alone fantasy novel exploring love, loyalty, identity and selfhood set in a world of colonial bureaucracy and guerilla warfare. It will be published in 2017.…

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The WSFA Small Press Award Finalists for stories published in 2014
We’re completely blown away to discover four stories from Twelfth Planet Press – three from Kaleidoscope and one from Rosaleen Love’s Secret Lives of Books on this year‘s shortlist for the Washington Science Fiction Small Press Award. We congratulate all the finalists! The Washington Science Fiction Association is pleased to announce the finalists for the 2015 WSFA Small Press Award for Short Fiction: “All of Our Past Places” by Kat Howard, published in Unlikely Story #9: The Journal of Unlikely Cartography, June 2014.…

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Announcing Something New Can Come Into This World by Grant Watson
Twelfth Planet Press is delighted to announce the forthcoming book of essays titled Something New Can Come Into This World, by Grant Watson. Scheduled for release this September 2015, Something New Can Come Into This World collects together into one volume the first 21 essays from Watson’s FictionMachine project and will be available in both print and ebook.…

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Goodreads Giveaway
We’re running a Goodreads Giveaway for the Year’s Best Speculative YA 2013 – enter to win! Goodreads Book Giveaway Year’s Best Young Adult Speculative Fiction 2013 by Julia Rios Giveaway ends April 28, 2015. See the giveaway details at Goodreads. Enter to Win…

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