Book Smugglers Publishing Quarterly Almanac

Presenting The Book Smugglers’ Quarterly Almanac: January 2017

The Book Smugglers’ Quarterly Almanac Volume III is officially here. A brand new (ad)venture from your friendly neighborhood Book Smugglers, we are delighted to present you the second volume of our quarterly collection of awesome!

Without further ado, we introduce…

THE BOOK SMUGGLERS’ QUARTERLY ALMANAC

The Book Smugglers' Quarterly Almanac Jan 2017

Gorgeous cover art by Sparrows; Cover Layout by Kenda Montgomery

A quarterly collection of awesome, selected and edited by The Book Smugglers

Collecting original short fiction, essays, reviews, and reprints from diverse and powerful voices in speculative fiction, THE BOOK SMUGGLERS’ QUARTERLY ALMANAC is essential for any SFF fan.

IN THIS VOLUME (JANUARY 2017): BECKY CHAMBERS, SHERRI L. SMITH, A.E. ASH, KATHERINE MACLEAN, NIGEL QUINLAN, ZETTA ELLIOTT, ALLIAH/VIC, KATE C. HALL, NICOLE BRINKLEY, ANA GRILO AND THEA JAMES

THE BOOK SMUGGLERS’ QUARTERLY ALMANAC: Volume III – THE TOC

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2 Comments

  • Ellen Kuehnle
    January 31, 2017 at 10:26 pm

    Wow! It feels like the last quarter flew by! Excited to read the next installment and add it too my shelves.

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    February 3, 2017 at 10:47 pm

    […] Nigel Quinlan writes, “I would like to selfishly draw your attention to the new issue of The Book Smugglers’ Quarterly Almanac. It contains a fun Mid-Grade fantasy short story by me, ‘The Gobbleens,’ which is […]

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