24 November 2012

24 November 2012 Silverthought update

The November 2012 update of Silverthought Online includes short fiction by C.R. Esaryk, Steven Grassie, R. A. Harris, Regan W. H. Macaulay, and Samuel Piccone, interviews with Michael Gold, author of the Silverthought Press release Suicide Sons, and Jim Bainbridge, author of the Elm Ridge Books poetry collection Cloud-Glazed Mirror, a new episode of Breakfast with the Author in which Mark R. Brand interviews Patrick Somerville and Kyle Beachy, and an excerpt from the upcoming horror novel The Mills.

Since our last update, we have released trade paperback and Kindle editions of Suicide Sons by Michael Gold and Cloud-Glazed Mirror by Jim Bainbridge. In December, we will be releasing the novella Scott Too by Victor Giannini, described by Roger Rosenblatt as "fiction of the highest order" and by Kaylie Jones as "a tour de force that echoes the best speculative fiction of Philip K. Dick and the magical realism of Jose Saramago."  That sounds good.  I'll have that.  Soon we'll be giving you a sneak peek of some upcoming 2013 releases including The Beauties by Lauryn Allison Lewis and the risen-from-the-grave Nightblind project.

You can expect an announcement soon in regard to our intentions of beginning to produce a yearly compendium of the fiction we feature in our online division.

And it's that time of year again.  Which time?  Oh, just time for our 75th Annual WIN EVERY SILVERTHOUGHT BOOK EVER giveaway.  How do you enter?  Just buy a book from our Silverthought Bookstore from now until the end of 2012 and you'll be automatically entered into a drawing to win a copy of every Silverthought book ever released, past, present, future, AND BEYOND.  That's currently a retail value of just about $451.

So please enjoy this update.  The shorts are fresh, the breakfast is delicious, the interviews are compelling, and the books are dynamite.  Spread the word, tell your friends, buy some books, leave some reviews, and above all, you keep reading and we'll keep giving you things to read.

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