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Lessons Learned 1: The Call for Submissions and Selection - In Memory: A Tribute to Sir Terry Pratchett
Nearly a year after the whole process began, I’m finally getting around to starting the ‘lessons learned’ series for the anthology. This is going to talk about what the process of the book’s creation actually involved, as well as the things we’ve learned work (and don’t work!) insofar as putting together an indie anthology go. It was certainly an interesting experience, as I’m sure Sorin will agree! Of course, ‘lesson learned’ number one is that putting an anthology together in six months is a somewhat ambitious goal. Don’t do that. Don’t ever do that. 😀 This part of the series will talk about the call for submissions and selection process we used. It might be interesting for those who wrote to us, for people who are submitting to other anthologies, and for would-be indie anthologists. And if ‘anthologists’ isn’t a word, it damn well should be! Firstly, for those who…