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 media tie-in, we’ve been rather busy. But we’re finally ready to announce big things coming down the road. Next week, Thunderbird Studios will be launching an open call for our upcoming anthology.

Right now, we can’t even give the title. But we can say that it’s going to have an urban fantasy theme. We’ll be looking for short stories of fairy tales, horror and the supernatural that will share a setting that we’ll be expounding upon soon enough. This anthology will be funded entirely in-house; no dependencies on KickStarter or GoFundMe sites. While we cannot promise a professional rate, we will do better than a token payment.

That being said, we’re not new to publishing. Thunderbird Studios was started by a trio of guys who once did original anthologies over at The Bolthole.  These include:

And it’s our desire to keep improving our craft.

Other Work

Aside from the open call, Thunderbird Studios is beginning to look into publishing services for outside novels. Are you an author looking for a new home for your work? Are you burned out by regular small press publishers or need assistance? We’d like to hear from you. We also have our ear to the ground for artists who want to get involved with projects, both new and with our forthcoming series. If either of these things apply to you, please feel free to reach out to us using the contact form below. Please be sure to include your portfolio or bibliography, as well as mention some of the goals you want to achieve and how you think Thunderbird can help.

Next week is going to be awesome. Stay tuned for more.


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