Focus 61 has been guest-edited by Ian Sales and is themed on the subject of self-publishing and small presses. It features an article on Whippleshield Books which is just about legible despite an over-ambitious layout. Other contributors (in a much more easy-to-read format) include Geoff Nelder, William King, Gary Gibson, Tony Ballantyne, Colin Tate, Keith Brooks, Vaughan Stanger, Darren Nash, Joyce Chng, R.B. Harkess, Berit Ellingsen, Terry Jackman, Jonathan McCalmont, Martin McGrath, Del Larkin-Smith and Donna Scott.
If you’re a member of the BSFA then this issue of Focus will have mailed out with Vector 274.
Ian Sales’ Then Will The Great Ocean Wash Deep Above is available for the Kindle through Amazon.
This is the third volume in the Apollo Quartet. It will be available from Whippleshield Books at the end of November.
Whippleshield has knocked £1 off the price of the paperback edition of The Eye With Which The Universe Sees Itself for UK customers and has similarly dropped the price on the ebook versions for everyone.
Ideal timing if you’ve just discovered the first volume through the Starship Sofa podcasts.
Part one can be found here.