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ReAnimus Acquires Advent!

ReAnimus Press is pleased to announce the acquisition of the legendary Advent Publishers! Advent is now a subsidiary of ReAnimus Press, and we will continue to publish Advent's titles under the Advent name. Advent was founded in 1956 by Earl Kemp and others, and has published the likes of James Blish, Hal Clement, Robert Heinlein, Damon Knight, E.E. "Doc" Smith, and many others. Advent's high quality titles have won and been finalists for several Hugo Awards, such as The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy and Heinlein's Children. Watch this space for ebook and print editions of all of Advent's current titles!

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THE SIGIL TRILOGY: The universe is dying from within... "Great stuff... Really enjoyed it." — SFWA Grandmaster Michael Moorcock

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The Sigil Trilogy

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The Critters Queue

Submission files themselves are here.

Queue of manuscripts out or to be sent (dates are estimated,
depending on number of mss. sent out, which depends on number of
members; probabalistically, the end of the queue is usually about
a month away):


     Title                      	Author
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Week of 22-Jun-2022 (Crits due 29-Jun-2022):
 F   Dragons and Deficits               Julia Nolan -#30601
 F   A Devil Gloats                     Sandra Keisling -#30602
 SF  The Uncertain Flight of The Butterfly, chapter1  Viterbo Guedez -#30603
 SF  Emotive, Chapter 1                 Jeff Naylor -#30604
 SF  The Death of Nine Lives            Christopher Blake -#30605
 SF  The Neuron of Kakulangan           Chase P. Davies -#30606
 H   Blood of the Rose                  Monica Rubio -#30607
 SF  Untitled scifi, chapter 1, Pink Floyd  Yash Agnihotri -#30608

Week of 29-Jun-2022 (Crits due 6-Jul-2022):
 F   The Wizards from Beyond: Chapter 3  Eric Wilson
 SF  The Caledonia Hotel Chapters 15-16 RFDR  Michael Stevens
 SF  Raven Black, Chapters 4-5          Pamela Najar
 SF  Song of the Kantari, Chapter 3     Brian Sellnow
 F   AllWorlds Anarchy Chapter Thrity-Nine  Joel E. Roosa
 SF  Guide to being yourself after a memory wipe  Holden Lee
 F   Calls of the Holy Water Bed        Russell Weisfield
 F   Flowers on the Wall                Douglas Ryan
 SF  Astray                             Rick Moyer
 F   Madness Found in a Bottle          Douglas Kolacki

Week of 6-Jul-2022 (Crits due 13-Jul-2022):
 SF  Edge Chronicles: Finally, a Pro    Becky Neher
 SF  Slingstar Myth2, Sara's Planet, Chapter 2  Donna Dion
 F   Lady Mila's Ring                   David Morel
 SF  The Lost City of Behemoths         Duncan Bieber
 F   Rune Hazard, Chapters 0-2          Ignazio Costanza
 H   Appalachia Deluge                  Ben Lockwood
======================================================================
      (Note, if the last week above looks abnormally large, it probably
      needs me to add a new week, a task I do manually when I get around
      to it.  Future critique dates are approximate and subject to change.)

Symbols:

[@] - Pro [SFWA/HWA] author
[*] - Extra week(s) for holidays/aburt-out-of-town.
[mpc] - Most Product Critter Award winner
[!] - Special non-Wednesday dates because Critter Captain will be out of town
[ERROR!] - This means there is a problem and your manuscript will NOT be
     sent out - Contact the Critter Captain ASAP if you see this by your name.

Waiting to enter Queue (Will enter at end of queue on "[date]"):
 F   The Wizards from Beyond: Chapter 4  Eric Wilson [6-Jul-2022]
 F   The Wizards from Beyond: Chapter 5  Eric Wilson [?]
 SF  Emotive, Chapter 2                 Jeff Naylor [29-Jun-2022]
 SF  Emotive, Chapter 3                 Jeff Naylor [?]
 SF  Emotive, Chapter 4                 Jeff Naylor [?]
 SF  Emotive, Chapter 5                 Jeff Naylor [?]
 SF  Song of the Kantari, Chapter 4     Brian Sellnow [6-Jul-2022]
 H   Tiger                              Monica Rubio [29-Jun-2022]
 F   The Living and the Dead            Christopher Blake [29-Jun-2022]
 SF  Song of the Kantari, Chapter 5     Brian Sellnow [?]
 F   AllWorlds Anarchy Chapter Forty    Joel E. Roosa [6-Jul-2022]
 SF  Raven Black, Chapters 6-8          Pamela Najar [6-Jul-2022]
 F   AllWorlds Anarchy Chapter Forty-One  Joel E. Roosa [?]
				-+-

Held until participation ratio improves (then out that week):
 F   Monologue to a crowd               Ali Iftkhar [25-May-2022]
 SF  A Way Home                         Roger Ho [01-Jun-2022]
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>> Note 1:  Held manuscripts are removed after four weeks on hold and
>> must be resubmitted.

>> Note 2:  It is the *author's* responsibility to notify Aburt when
>> they have brought up their critique count and want their ms. sent out.




[Click here to see the queue including archival data from 1995.]