Author Archives: MishaBurnett

About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MPNBNS

Cirsova Publishing Acquires Serial Rights to All of Mongoose & Meerkat

Originally posted on Cirsova:
I can now confirm that Cirsova Publishing has acquired the rights to the entire remaining Mongoose & Meerkat series! We will begin serializing it one story per issue, beginning with Hunt of the Mine Worm in…

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Beyond Kings And Princesses

This book was written by Oren Litwin, who is the publisher of Lagrange Books. Lagrange Books is the publisher of Bad Dreams & Broken Hearts, and also several anthologies that feature my stories. Having admitted that connection between us, let … Continue reading

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Young Dragons

Okay, so I have another project in mind. This one is intended to encourage writers who haven’t made the step to being published. To that end, I am going to be offering more feedback than the usual call for submissions–not … Continue reading

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Dark Fantasies available for pre-order

I love it when a plan comes together! Yes, I do have a plan, although it may not be evident from my publishing schedule. Ever since I realized that short fiction is the ideal medium for me, I have been … Continue reading

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Storyhack Presents

A while back I decided that I had enough Fantasy short stories to make a collection, and I started looking around for a small press to publish it. Storyhack Magazine was my first choice, primarily because of the graphic design … Continue reading

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Pulp On Pulp, moving forward.

A reminder that the collection of essays that Cheah Kit Sun and I are putting together is open for submissions. I don’t know that Pulp On Pulp will be its title when it comes time to publish it–I just needed … Continue reading

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On Personal Taste

There are, I believe, certain objective standards of craftsmanship in art. A drawing can be, objectively well or poorly rendered, a musical phrase can be well or poorly played. A passage of prose can be well or poorly written. However, … Continue reading

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Followup and clarifications: Pulp On Pulp

A day after I posted the Call For Essays: Pulp On Pulp I have already received one essay and queries on three others. All of them fit the theme of the collection–maybe I’m getting better at writing submission guidelines. One … Continue reading

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“Exiled In The Desert”: A review

Recently I picked up that anthology because I know a number of the people who wrote stories in it and the price was right. One of the stories happens to be written by the guy who runs my Sunday night … Continue reading

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A Call For Essays: Pulp On Pulp

I would like to try to put together a collection of practical essays from writers of Action/Adventure Fiction. Cheah Kit Sun, writer and self-publisher, has agreed to act as publisher. This would be a non-paying project, to be available for … Continue reading

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