We have now sorted our publishing schedule - and budget - for The Right Place, our third novel. The provisional pub date is November 2017. It looks like a long way, but it takes a lot of time and hard work to get a novel published... We have worked out all the crucial stages...
Arcane's main computer was killed off by a tea spill yesterday, and because we are also going away for a while, we haven't been able to sort this out just yet.
So we will be offline for a while... We hope to be back up and running in June, posts here will be a bit random in the meantime. We are not particularly happy about this state of affairs! It is very bad timing indeed...
Carya Gish has started a series of author/publishers interviews on her website. She is thrilled to present to you the first in the series called "Book Talk". And what a way to get started! An in-depth interview with the very talented Jordan Reyne, whose first novel, Remembering The Dead, is out now.
What began as a "Book talk" became something else altogether. Really, really interesting.
Subjectivity in the way we interpret history - very fitting with the current debate surrounding WW1 "celebrations" - as well as philosophy, music, the fluidity of language(s), writing, self-publishing, storytelling, surviving...
It's all in there and more.
Read Jordan Reyne's interview HERE.
Arcane Publishing author Carya Gish and designer Matt ArtPix both appear in the brand new issue of V&OAK magazine (Vintage and One of a Kind).
There is a small feature about Matt ArtPix and a whole page review of I Am a Muse!
Read Carya Gish's blog about the review HERE.
There are loads of interesting features in the magazine and everything is high quality and elegant...
V&OAK is distributed to most newsagents in Central London and is also available in Harrods and Selfridges!
There are more stockists around the country; for the comprehensive list of stockists, go HERE.
To buy V&OAK online, go HERE.
To read more reviews and features on I Am a Muse, go HERE.
Things are happening and we hope to be able to share a few exciting things with you on here in the near future... We are just waiting for the post to be delivered and things to get confirmed... Bear with us!
In the meantime, head to Carya Gish's new blog to read about what's happening with The Book of Thoth manuscript, Book 3, The Right Place, and about what Steve Pottinger, who has typset I Am a Muse for us, has been up to!
Carya Gish now has an author page on the Squid Publishing Inc website!
We are thrilled to be in such good company: Ignite Books, Steve Pottinger and Joolz Denby are on there as well!
There is a small review of the Shorelines literary festival written by Carya Gish in issue 16 of Southend's cultural magazine, Level 4 (a longer report from the festival can be found HERE).
This should have been a printed magazine, but unfortunately the editor didn't receive enough advertising revenue to pay for the printing. The magazine is available to read online HERE.
There are quite a few interesting articles in there so make sure you go and have a read!
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