Submissions are already rolling in for Pantechnicon’s first print anthology (details here), and I’m having to force myself not to look at them, in spite of how alluring they appear.
The problem, you see, is that while a book is in progress, I still have the magazine to take care of. With close to a hundred pages of material to edit in to shape, a new chapter of London Calling to write, and cover art to source there’s a lot of work to be done. Getting derailed by the anthology is a less than desired situation.
Then there are the leaflets. With so many kind offers of leaflet distribution springing up, I need to design more to suit each particular outlet.
In a recent interview for SciFiNow I was asked what was involved in the production of a regular issue of Pantechnicon. For those of you who don’t have access to that issue, here is my answer:
I forsee another mad rush. Realistically, though, that’s part of the fun.