The Yellow Volume is here.
As in previous years, with The Red Volume and The Orange Volume, myself and my fellow classmates of Clarion 2012 (The Awkward Robots) have put together a fantastic collection of speculative fiction in support of the Clarion Foundation.
It’s available here on Gumroad.
You pay whatever you want. Pay nothing. Pay everything. Print the whole thing in really tiny print on the back of a napkin.
It’s up to you.
Whatever you decide, you’ll get 15 tales of fantastic hope and terror. By amazing people like Shirley Jackson Award winner and Nebula nominee Sam J. Miller (debut novel The Art of Starving forthcoming from Harper Collins); Dell Award winner Lara Elena Donnelly (debut novel Amberlough forthcoming from Tor Books in February 2017); and widely-acclaimed author Carmen Maria Machado (debut short story collection Her Body & Other Parties forthcoming from Graywolf Press in Fall 2017).
And all proceeds, after hosting fees, will benefit the Clarion Foundation. Which benefits the Clarion Workshop.
A workshop that has, in its time, fostered such talented talents as Kelly Link, Ted Chiang, and Octavia Butler.
It also introduced me to my future Storyological co-host.
So grab a copy. And make a robot smile this Halloween.
Happy halloween, readers.
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