Update and Giveaway!

As you can see from the beautiful green line, we hit our basic goal!!! This is awesomely exciting, and we are very very grateful to everyone who got us here, but if you scroll down to the “What We Need” section of the essay, you’ll see that we still have a long way to go. The $500 more or less covers our cover artists, and not much else, and I (Jax) really want to be able to pay my authors as richly as they deserve! Our next milestone is $2200, which would cover ALL the expenses for Allusions of Innocence and Amok.
If you’re following Jax on Facebook, you’ll see that she has been offering flash fiction to people who push us over specific milestones. We’ve been contemplating what sort of reward we could offer to people who help us hit our $2200 goal, so watch this space for stretch rewards!

In the meantime, anyone who shares the link to our Solarwyrm campaign anywhere on the internet in the next week, and tells us you did so, will go in a draw to win an ebundle of Jax’s book The Edge of the Map, Dominica’s novel Adrift, and all of our anthologies, Fae Fatales, Amok, and Allusions of Innocence. PLUS, said person will also get a custom story by Jax based on a prompt of your choosing. We’re going to give ONE of these bundles away EVERY DAY THIS WEEK, and you can enter as many times as you like! All you have to do is SHARE THIS LINK and then let us know you have (here, or via email, or by carrier pigeon, or in any other manner you choose).

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About Dominica Malcolm

Most of my blogging tends toward my travel experiences, and diversity in media, but I will also discuss my own creative pursuits, which are generally in the film, writing, and performance fields. I'm also an editor at Solarwyrm Press. Performance: improv, acting, stand-up comedy. Filmmaking: Screenwriting, directing, video editing, short films, music videos. Writing: speculative fiction, memoir, short stories. Though I consider myself a citizen of the world, with how many places feel like home to me, I was born and raised in Australia, to American parents. I'm a dual-national of both countries, lived in Malaysia for five and a half years, and now live in the US.

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