From Mr. Pacione’s DeviantArt, we learn that he’s cranking out the goods.
I got one more anthology to go with the editing and getting it ready by Christmas, Class In Session, will be ready on Christmas Eve and the magazine will be done by weeks end.
I don’t think editing means what he thinks it means.
I am almost done with the magazine, and when I finish Class in Session I am going to take a well deserved break from editing anthologies until about February, because that will start the next submission season and guidelines for issue seven are already posted via WritersCafe.org.
He’s taking off four weeks because all that reformatting he does to other people’s stories is exhausting.
I am going to be doing more paying and 4theluv showcases too — I am publishing both on Lake Fossil Press. The first 4theluv anthology is out there now and available for purchase.
At least he’s being upfront about his inability to pay his contributors, regarding the 4theluv one, but I doubt more than one or two authors in the other one will actually get paid.
. . . and yeah I didn’t have the good video camera yet (and even if I have a camera that is $100. This is in rebuttal to the loser who posts on WordPress.com.)
What rebuttal? I don’t see him denying the cost of the camera.
Mr. Pacione is again using his status at LJ’s Goth community to ram his dung down the collective throat of the community.
The magazine is available for purchase and for those of you who like your horror how your like your heavy metal — HARDCORE. My story in this one is an exclusive, Damnation Observes.
If it reads like his other stories, the editor should re-examine his or her raison d’etre for the publication.
If you have a hard time working with trying to buy a copy from lulu.com go ahead and send your payment of the magazine directly to the editor & publisher of the magazine. $13.49, it’s priced to move.
Translation: it isn’t selling.
. . . that is the perfect compliment to a Tabloid Purposes anthology because there is another author from my series in there . . .
Promotional plugs are alright from time to time, but he’s trying to hitch his wheel onto the back of another cart that may be going nowhere just as fast as his is.
I am publishing him in issue six (reversed what the issues will be, issue seven will be the local author issue and the issue six one I am focusing on horror and bizarro. I got some damn good submissions (for the very few I got . . .
I thought Pacione still had a submission call out for issue 5 of his Ethereal Gazette. Did I miss something? Why is he talking about issues six and seven?
The story I describe so far from what I read of it is going to be a Lovecraftian horror story with the influence of Serpent in the Rainbow meets Charles Beaumont. It is an ambitious short story, and the cool thing is he giving it to me for free to publish in the mag.
That means that Pacione is thrilled to death to take any story for which he won’t owe the author money. He must be hurting for submissions.