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Tesseracts has become a yearly tradition of showcasing Canadian writing talent. This year the anthology series did something it hasn’t done before: an anthology comprised completely of YA short fiction.
I talk to one of the editors, Susan MacGregor about the anthology, how it came to be and what kinds of things she looked for when choosing the stories.
I’m also very pleased to have a segment from Allison Duncan’s AuthorOutbreak.com. Allison talks about handouts and discounts that are available during NaNoWriMo.
That’s the lineup for today. I hope you enjoy the show.
00:00 — Opening – Get Published Episode 70 – Susan MacGregor and Tesseracts Fifteen
- Everything has to start somewhere and this is the start of “Get Published”
00:14 — Introduction – Get Published Episode 70 – Susan MacGregor and Tesseracts Fifteen
Welcome to the show.
00:57 - Promo - Asunder
01:28 – Author Outbreak with Allison Duncan
05:49 – Promo – Dead Robots Society
07:23 — Get Published Episode 70 – Susan MacGregor and Tesseracts Fifteen (continued)
Susan MacGregor talks about Tesseracts Fifteen and creating anthologies
42:43 - Promo - Flying Island Press
43:28 — Closing
Thank you for listening.
Websites mentioned in this episode:
Susan MacGregor – http://suzenyms.blogspot.com
John Mierau (Asunder) - http://johnmierau.wordpress.com/
Dead Robots Society - http://deadrobotssociety.com/
Flying Island Press - http://flyingislandpress.com/
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