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“By Your Side” is out!

The release of By Your Side: The First 100 Years of Yuri Anime and Manga is more than the exciting launch of a landmark work. It is, quite literally, the culmination of a dream. I’ve known Erica for more than 20 years. We met back when she was at the beginning of her journey to…

Journey Press has three Hugo Nominees!

Journey Press Illustrator is Youngest Hugo Finalist Ever Comic artist Lorelei Esther, illustrator for The Kitra Saga, is the youngest Hugo Finalist in the history of the award.  On April 7, 2022, Lorelei was selected for the Fan Artist category for her unpaid works, including her celebratory pictures of DC Comics characters Tim Drake and…

The Path to Publishing, Part 10: Whoops!

Someone once asked me what, as a writer, was my biggest fear. Was it writer’s block? Impostor syndrome? Clichéd composition?  I always give the same answer: typos. Few types of business offer as many opportunities to mess up as publishing. After all, in addition to the gross issues of production, distribution, sales, and marketing, there’s…

Spotlight on Dr. Lisa Yaszek

Catalyst for Rediscovery I’ve often said that one of the best things about running a publishing house is the friends I make. From readers to booksellers to fellow authors and publishers, there are now several hundred folks I’ve had the pleasure of associating with these past two years. One of my very favorites has been…

Rediscovery 2 is HERE!

How does one go about making an anthology? Well… With Rediscovery: Science Fiction by Women (1958-1963), which we informally call Rediscovery 1, it was easy. I’d already been running Galactic Journey for the six years that volume would cover. All I had to do was pick out my favorite stories by women (which were often…

The Eighth Key wins the Rainbow Award!

When The Eighth Key came out last spring, it made an impact. Not only was it a gripping fantasy yarn, but it was a steamy, slow burn male/male romance. One reviewer praised it for “making consent sexy”. Another found it refreshing that gay angst wasn’t featured, just a great gay couple. Our favorite review gushed…

Interview with two time travelers!

Amazing Stories, started in 1926, is the oldest science fiction publication in existence. So you can bet we were honored when they asked if they could interview two of our authors. You may know that Gideon Marcus and Janice L. Newman, when they aren’t writing novels, maintain the Hugo nominated Galactic Journey — a time…