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Offline Ed

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Like to die a gruesome literary death?
« on: October 15, 2007, 03:23:20 AM »
You can do that by bidding to become Girard's next victim in his exciting CAIN XP11 serialization currently running in Apex Digest.

http://www.apexdigest.com/apexraffle.shtml
Bids are only $1.00 each.

Also available are cool items such as a Limited Edition copy of I Sing the Body Electric! And Other Stories by Ray Bradbury (retail value of $150). This is a signed, numbered copy.

Gift box from Horrorview.com. Dexter: Season 1 DVD, Zodiac DVD, The Number 23 DVD, Autographed copy of Re-Animator DVD (signed by Jeffrey Combs and Stuart Gordon), Set of Star Trek - Fan Collective Captain's Log ("Greatest Episodes" from each series), The Reaping hat, a Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning T-shirt, and X-Men: The Last Stand Belt and Belt Buckle in Collector's Tin.

Autographed copy of the ultra-rare 1996 Silver Salamander Press edition of Elizabeth Massie's Shadow Dreams (also signed by Gary A. Braunbeck as he wrote the Introduction).

Signed, HC limited edition copy of Dreadful Skin by Cherie Priest.

Signed, limited HC of Offspring by Jack Ketchum.

MMBP copies of The Rising, City of the Dead, Terminal, Ghoul, The Conqueror Worms, and The Dead Sea.

Signed, limited, numbered TPB copies of Laughing Boy's Shadow (Steven Savile) and Sparks and Shadows (Lucy A. Snyder).

Be critiqued by Gary Braunbeck.


http://www.apexdigest.com/apexraffle.shtml

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Re: Like to die a gruesome literary death?
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2007, 01:38:49 AM »
That's some good looking site, Ed. And a great idea. Thanks for the link. Think I might just blow five bux on the Bradbury. I have a tattered old copy of 'Body Electric' here, but a signed copy would be pretty neat. Bestest. Neil

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Re: Like to die a gruesome literary death?
« Reply #2 on: October 16, 2007, 03:27:47 AM »
Good luck with that, Neil :afro: Apex is a very good quality print mag, plus it's a paying market for horror and sci-fi. Jason Sizemore is the editor. Worth checking out if you haven't seen the publication before :smiley:
Planning is an unnatural process - it is much more fun to do something.  The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise, rather than being preceded by a period of worry and depression. [Sir John Harvey-Jones]

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