Written by: Rae
• January 16th, 2009 • Filed Under: News & Events
I don’t often do these type of posts but seanan_mcguire batted her eyes at me so here ya go… Ok, just teasing. I mean, Seanan did really bat her eyes at me (virtually anyway) but, not only is this for a good cause, you also get a pretty kick-ass book in the bargain. Check out the deets below for the list of authors contributing to the book and you’ll see what I mean. This limited edition collection of stories and art WILL NOT be released in stores so it truly will be one of a kind and it’s all to help out a friend in need. Consider ordering yourself a copy today.
The Ravens in the Library Project, in connection with “Give A Healthy Dose of Sooj” and “Save Our Sooj” presents
RAVENS IN THE LIBRARY: MAGIC IN THE BARD’S NAME
A Limited Edition Collection of Stories and Art dedicated to the health of S.J. Tucker.
This special VERY limited edition has been compiled to defray the medical expenses and recovery of musician S.J. Tucker.
The collection will NOT be released in stores, and it is NOT downloadable!
It will be available only as long as those expenses remain unresolved.
After that, RAVENS IN THE LIBRARY will disappear.
Order your advance copy today… Before they fly away forever!
||$25.00 includes shipping & handling
within the continental United States
Anticipated Release Date*: Feb. 22, 2009
Trade Paperback format
Color covers, B&W interiors
Self-Published by The Ravens in the Library Project
With Heartfelt Thanks to Ellen Datlow and all contributors.
* – barring delays in printing or production.
Featuring Tales by:
Francesca Lia Block
Charles de Lint
Elizabeth Jordan Leggett
Angel Leigh McCoy
Kris Millering and Storm Wilder
With Illustrations by:
Stephanie Pui-Mun Law
James A. Owen
Phil Brucato & Sandra Buskirk
Graphic Design by:
Sherry Lynne Baker
PS: The first book (and her first published book!) in Seanan’s urban fantasy series is coming out in the latter half of 2009 and, if you’re into the fantasy genre, you’re gonna wanna read it. It’s good. It’s real good. So keep your eyes open for it. I’ll definitely be talking about it more as her release date draws near.