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San Cicaro Closing Date

The closing date for San Cicaro is now set to August 10th, 2018. This date grants authors more than three weeks to submit their work. We’re aware that some authors are only just finding out…


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San Cicaro Pulse - Anthology News and Updates for 7/6

It’s time again for another installment of the San Cicaro Pulse. This week covers tips for proofreading, our concerns regarding word minimums, and a note regarding the submission closing. The…


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San Cicaro Pulse - Anthology News and Updates for 6/15

So we have a fair bit to talk about with the second update of the San Cicaro Pulse this week. We’ve received several stories and are starting to see patterns in the questions and themes worthy…


San Cicaro Pulse - Anthology News and Updates for 5/24

Every one or two weeks until the anthology’s release, we’ll be presenting updates entitled the San Cicaro Pulse. Not just a catchy title, it may also be the name of a local newspaper…


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San Cicaro: Call for Urban Fantasy Short Stories (Now Closed)

This submission window is now closed and acceptance letters have been sent on October 5th, 2018. A big thanks to everyone who submitted. San Cicaro: On the coast of California lies the city of San…


Open Call

Anthology Open Call Next Week

We’re back! Thunderbird Studios has been on hiatus not (only) because of laziness, but because its members are hard at work on various publishing projects. From comics to original novels to…


Mysticon 2017

A while ago, I attended Mysticon with a question in mind. What transforms the casually interested into full blown fans of speculative fiction? Advertising and promotions only serve one purpose: to…


Cog Review

Cyberpunk is a risky genre to write. On one hand, there is a strange, almost universally cultish feel to it that anyone and everyone appreciates. Even folks who normally do not like science fiction.…


Hollow Knight Review

I fear that if I don’t mention Team Cherry’s weird new title, Hollow Knight, it might slip through the cracks. Just like a bug. Hollow Knight, like many indie games these days, was a KickStarter…


The Lowdown

Television has had its ups and down this year, and in a moment I’ll be briefly covering what’s worth watching. But first, I have a dash of news about Thunderbird Studios. Come the end of April, this…