Editing begins for The Lost Librarian’s Grave horror and weird fiction anthology

We have finished acquiring stories for our first publication, The Lost Librarian’s Grave, and have begun the editing process. Our debut anthology of horror and weird fiction promises to be a somewhat weighty tome, so Don and I have a fair amount of work ahead of us.

I am also considering whether or not we should do a Patreon page and/or a Kickstarter for The Lost Librarian’s Grave. I’ve looked into those a little—most of my experience with those two platforms has been from the contributor end of things—but for now I’m going to stay focused on the editing process. Like I said, our first anthology is going to be a lot of book.

I’ll leave you with a section from a piece of black & white interior art we are considering using in the book. There is a lot more to this image than what you are seeing here. I clipped out the top right-hand bit with the two moons and the gargoyle-dragon-winged monstrosity-whatever-the-heck-it-is doing its thing.

This weekend we’ll be back again with another featured story about an odd person who has some disturbing ideas about suicide prevention. As it happens this is the very story we are currently working on editing.

Until then, keep reading.*

— Ann


* I’m curious to know what was the last book you read and what is one of the books you are currently reading now. Let us know in the comments and we’ll start it off ourselves.

11 thoughts on “Editing begins for The Lost Librarian’s Grave horror and weird fiction anthology

  1. Pingback: “Snake and Sinew, Flame and Bone,” by Amanda Cecelia Lang, hexes The Lost Librarian’s Grave horror anthology | Redwood Press

  2. Still reading “The Road To Armageddon” about the Paraguayan War! Since it’s a reasonable length book, I can’t remember what the last book was before that! I’ve gone way off fiction for a while, but I think the last novel I read was the seven-part sci-fi War Eternal series by M.R. Forbes – couldn’t put it down!

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  3. I not long finished the amazing “This is how you loose the time war” by Amal El-Mohtar and Max Gladston and currently reading a fun teen fiction (the start of a series) “Spellslinger” by Sebastien de Castell.

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    • “Spellslinger”! I’ve had that book sitting on my shelf for quite some time now and keep meaning to read it and keep forgetting. I’m going to have to dig it out and make sure it gets read so I can tell my friend that I liked it.

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  4. Don just finished reading “Mr. Midshipman Hornblower” by C.S. Forester, and is currently reading “My Man Jeeves” by P.G. Wodehouse.

    The last book I finished was “The Maker of Gargoyles and Other Stories” by Clark Ashton Smith, and I’m currently reading, “Under Twin Suns: Alternate Histories of the Yellow Sign,” edited by James Chambers.

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