Today I’m quite pleased to announce that from this time forward, I’ll occasionally be releasing work through Skyfox Publishing. This is a new independent publishing group I’ve created that will be focused on my own work, though I may well branch out a bit here and there. We shall see.
I would like to thank Jacob Schroeder for his work that led to the company’s spiffy logo. I’ll be adding genre description underneath that base logo as is appropriate on a work-by-work basis. For example, I expect you will see my first release next week—a baseball-related and mystical short story set in Japan—under the “fantasy” sub-label. The two of them might then look something like:
With any luck, we might see an update to John C. Bodin and my collaborative anthology Three Days in May (re-titled Four Days in May?) released in late April under the Science Fiction sub-label. That one might look a lot like:
This is all moving quite fast, and I’m learning a lot as I go, so you can expect considerable experimentation in this and many other aspects of the start-up over time.
And, yes, it’s a lot of fun.
A lot of work. But a lot of fun.