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John Berbrich: The World Boneblog #15

Posted by BoneWorld Publishing on August 26, 2013 at 7:40 PM

Well, faithful friends & followers, I have an announcement to make.  As of this moment, August 26th, 2013, @ precisely 7:41 in the evening, EST, Barbaric Yawp--in fact, all of BoneWorld--is officially on hiatus, until at least January 1st, 2014.  We've been on a sort of unofficial hiatus for awhile, but now it is official.

What does this mean?

Well, it means that no new magazines or chapbooks will be published by BoneWorld Publishing in 2013, a year I am calling The Lost Year.  We expect to return gloriously in January.  We will however continue to receive manuscripts & hope to catch up w/ our reading pretty soon.  This also means that we will honor every subscription & every purchase of additional copies w/ future publications.  All authors whose work has been accepted will appear in the next Yawp--again, due out in January.   

This action is regrettable but necessary.  Thanks to all for your patience & good will.  We fully expect to carry on for many years, decades in fact. I promise to keep in touch.

soundtrack 1: rain falling on the metal roof outside my window.

soundtrack 2: Nancy's dance-pop thumping upstairs.

weather: rain, like I said.

Miscellaneous: Hermann Hesse

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Reply David Rogers
10:50 AM on December 25, 2013 
Hope things are better in NY. Happy Solstice.
Reply CEE
12:24 AM on September 7, 2013 
So...if I was to purchase more tomB' me chapbooks Yet to be published???????
Or, do I dare Order them?
Enjoy the fall colors, kids. And the candy corn. And the turkey. And have a Cool Yule. As for 2014, it'll be here, when it gets here. Just remember to set the alarm clock. My own Dream, is realized, but, other writers, are depending on you (excuse the Oxford commas).