I got my contributor's copy of Greatest Uncommon Denominator Magazine #2
in the mail earlier this week, and it's one heck of a sharp magazine.
In fact, it seems less like a magazine than a trade paperback anthology -- it's solid and booky in your hand. Just judging by the art, the amount of content, and the production values, it's completely worth the $10 cover price. Even if I weren't a contributor (the editors bought my poem "Subtlety" for the issue), it's something I'd want to save on my bookshelf rather than reading and then chucking in the recycling bin like most magazines.
I haven't read it yet, mostly because Gary went "Oh, cool!" and carried it off to his office and I haven't seen it since. I'll take that as a sign it's pretty darned good.
In other news, Maurice Broaddus interviewed me
as part of his "Road to Mo*Con" series. I'll be a GoH at the convention this summer.
And finally, Cemetery Dance is now selling Sparks and Shadows.
Labels: GUD, Sparks and Shadows