I’ve begun to send out responses to submissions, and believe you me, you’ve all sent me too much good stuff. Space in the first volume is limited and it’s filling up quickly. I certainly have to turn down stories that, if space and money were no option, I would print. I will try and get back to everyone who has submitted thus far by the end of the weekend, but I may have to save a few for next week. Pardon the form replies to stories I cannot accept at this time, but I got, and continue to get, A LOT of submissions, and I just can’t write everyone a personal response right now.
Fiction Submissions for Vol. 1 will stay open until the end of March, as planned, and I hope to have some news on Vol.1’s featured artist in the coming week or so. Artists interested in showcasing work in Turn to Ash, get in touch at turntoashmedia at gmail.com. I have gotten some more interest since my last post, but I still receive fiction subs in a ratio of about 50:1 to art subs.
I will announce the theme and guidelines for Vol.2 when I close submissions for Vol.1 if I can continue to keep the secret. It’s killing me. Allow me to unwisely fuel speculation with the link below.
From the Ohio Valley and the great American Midwest,