Hey gang –
For all you writer types out there (or at least the Canadians amongst you), Tesseracts 12, the latest installment of the long-running Canadian SF anthology series, is now accepting submissions. Details and links below.
This volume is edited by Claude Lalumière, and for the first time is devoted to novella- / novelette-length stories, from 10,000 to 20,000 words.
I assumed that since I’d been in one Tesseracts volume I likely wouldn’t submit a story to future volumes, just because these anthologies seem to me a great place to showcase new Canadian SF talent–I’ve already had my kick at the can 🙂
But given that I have one 15 000-word story I’m currently revising, well, maybe I’ll send it in just in case… 🙂
Call for Submissions: Tesseracts Twelve
EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing is pleased to announce that celebrated writer/editor Claude Lalumière has been appointed as the editor of the next volume of this highly popular Canadian speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror and more) anthology.
Tesseracts Twelve is now open for submissions (closes February 1st 2008) and is focused on longer (novella / novelette) stories, from 10,000 to 20,000 words. All of the submission details can be found online (http://lostpages.net/t12).
About the Tesseracts series
For more than twenty years the Tesseracts series has featured the latest in innovative and futuristic fiction and has contained works from both leaders and exciting new emerging voices in Canadian speculative fiction – including English language translations of works by French-Canadian authors.
Many of Canada’s best known authors have taken part in the series at one time or another, either as featured editors or contributing writers. From Margaret Atwood, to Robert J. Sawyer to Elisabeth Vonarburg, more than 200 authors have contributed to this series since the first book was edited by legendary Judith Merrill.
For full details about the submissions process, please visit:
The editor, Claude Lalumière, has established a blog thread for queries
Information on the current and forthcoming editions of the series can be found at: