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January 2017 Project Update
Hello all friends Brick Cave. Welcome to 2017!
Hope you are ready for a big year in books, Brick Cave Books that is. If you have a favorite BC Author, they are putting out a new book. These are the updates we have, from the solid to the "this is kinda what we know without speaking out of class" So, let's get to the project updates, shall we?
We decided in 2015 that we wanted to publish an anthology or stories from out authors as a way to introduce them to wider audiences. That project, now title Futurewords, A Brick Cave Anthology, is just about ready to share. Starting this Wednesday, we have a cover reveal party on Facebook (link to it here) with the pre-order period following. Not going to give out too many details here, but it's a pretty cool collection.
We focused our efforts on getting as much attention in 2016 for The Matriarch's Devise as possible, which wasn't too hard given what a great book it was. Sharon spent 2016 wrapping up her Children's book deal with Sterling (which is going to be a great book, by the way), working on her contribution to Futurewords and putting the finishing touches on her next YA book with us. Let's just say, if you are a Sharon fan, and you can be at Phoenix Comicon, you might want to make it a point to be there. We always say the newest book is the best, and we've always been right. And we are saying it again... you WILL be blown away.
Oh, but wait, there's more...
Sharon and Mr Giunta have entered post production of a book they authored together. The project's name is forthcoming as their working title was something already being used in the genre. Joe describes it as in a similar vein as the Haven story series, but much more grounded and real. Look for that mid Summer probably, depending on how the editing goes.
Joe's next solo project is moving right along, we reviewed some cover work and are patiently waiting for the manuscript to fall into place, so we can start prepping it. Hard to guage a timeframe on it, but 2nd half of the year seems best right now.
Scott has a couple projects in play for us, and we keep hitting the email "Receive" button, because we know that they are close. You will see both familiar and new sides of Scott all in the same year. He's in the Anthology as well, and we really loved the story. He's been workshopping and pulling together pieces, so it's close. Just not close enough to give you any dates.
Manuscript is apparently ready, he asked us if we wanted it- we said yes (duh). It's Bill, it's going to be fantastic. The poetry books overall finished strong in 2016, we are excited to add to the shelf for 2017.
If you've been reading his self published book this last year, we have been told there is a 2nd half to be broght together with that as Klute's next Brick Cave Book. We'll keep you posted on project status as it happens.
Colette is the newest Brick Caver, and we are moving her manuscript through the editing team now. It's going to be a great 1st book for her with Brick Cave, and we are eye balling late April/May for a release. Colette is also in Futurewords, so it's a great way to meet her writing style.
Rumour is she's been playing with fiction. If you were fortunate enough to meet her when she was at TFOB last year, you know what a great person she is. We're excited to see what she is coming up with.
As if Sharon didn't have enough going on this year, yours truly is working on the next installment for Tavara Tinker. Hoping for a fall release on that.
Brick Cave was born out of the poetry community in Phoenix, and we have ALOT of poetry still to share- INCLUDING long underappreciated Patrick Hare. We have the poems, or most of them anyway, and we are starting the editing work to get them ready for a manuscript. With everything else going on, we are look at late fall for this book, but don'r be surprised if it gets nudged to 2018.
And there is even still more, we have another surprise for you in February. All that action will get us through Cirque du Livre in April and Phoenix Comicon in May.
We'll take a look next month and see how these projects have moved along- hope you'll join us on the journey.