#1: Asimov's Reader's Choice Award Winner Timons Esaias has three poems in Bathtub Gin #19. Look for "Domain", "A Break for Freedom in the 61C Cafe", and "To Demur".
#2: In case you hadn't heard last month the Offworld Report is back at SFcrowsnest. The UK SF Book News Network, Locus Online, SF Site, SFX, SF Signal, Sci-Fi Storm, and William Gibson all supply news headlines to the report.
#3: Perseus Books Group is planning to merge with Avalon. Here's part of the press release they sent us:
"Perseus and Avalon share a similar history, both being built through a series of acquisitions and having strengths in general fiction and non-fiction, and the wellness category. Avalon is also the largest independent travel publisher based in the U.S., with the Moon and Rick Steves series of travel guides."
Because Jason and I have a contract with Avalon which calls for us to revise our guidebook Moon Pennsylvania Camping for redistribution every three years, we're watching this to see what happens.
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