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Anthology, Inc. and Brick Cave Media (BCM) have announced a new partnership involving the Haven series of superhero stories that appeared in Anthology magazine between 1994-1997. Starting April 1st, 2009, BCM will begin taking submissions and subscriptions for a new series of the stories, with subscribers receiving a new Adobe PDF story delivered by email once per month.
The stories center around the made up city of Haven, where people don masks and costumes to either fight crime or take over the city. The plots can vary far and wide, and they are written by different people.
Writers will be able to write and submit new stories and readers will be able to read new stories from the series.
Says Bob Nelson “This is an excellent way to leverage Anthology’s tremendous history and create a new and exciting world for readers to explore and enjoy. Haven was always a popular feature of Anthology magazine, and now it will be a stand alone medium in it’s own right.”
Joining the Staff at BCM for the Haven stories are Bob Nelson, original Anthology creator and Haven co-creator Joe Giunta, Former Anthology magazine executive editor, an current Board Member Sharon Skinner, Nicholaus Ozment, an original Anthology magazine staffer who wrote some of the original Haven Stories, and Scott Woods, writer and comicfan.
Look for rewritten and cleaned up versions of the original eleven stories to be released starting in April, and subscribers will be able to access special areas of the Haven website to research characters and places in the storyline to use in their own stories.
Says Bob, “The Great thing about Haven, you get to write superhero stories, and you can use anybody’s hero in your story, anybody’s villian, what have you. It’s the greatest writing excercise ever.”
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The Anthology Fanzine
January 6th, 2009
- Poetry returns to Mesa this Thursday
- The Poe Show tickets are selling fast
- Calendar Ahead
Poetry Returns to Mesa this Thursday
Come for a casual laid back old fashioned share the microphone. Grab a Mocha or coffee and really focus on what’s being written, share some of your thoughts and have a good time. Hosted by Mesa’s own The Klute, you know hilarity will ensue.
Before the show, come by and enjoy the live broadcast of The SpokenWorld Show, hosted by Bob Nelson, and maybe you can share some of your work with a worldwide audience!
* This show happens on the Second Thursday Each month.
* This show start at 8PM
Del Sol Reception Hall
236 S Mesa Dr
Mesa, AZ 85204
FEATURE: The Mesa Poetry Slam Team, Kate Saunders, Neil Gearns, Tristan Marshell and Johnathan Standifird will be reading their poetry and launching Mesa’s newest poetry event.
The Poe Show Tickets Are Selling Fast
ANTHOLOGY, INC PRESENTS:
8TH ANNUAL POE SHOW
The Poe Show is a birthday party for Edgar Allen Poe, one that has become the largest west of the Mississippi.
Come and listen to original interpretations of Poe’s work, music and skits based on Poe’s themes. Whether it’s the hilarity of Klute and Steve’s “show and tell” recitals, the tremendous wonder of a Johnathan Standifird performance, or a home made movie by the Nelsonettes, the show always has something for everyone.
Stephen G Roy
The Telltale Heart, a film by Sharon Skinner and The Nelsonettes
An as yet unnamed film from Kevin Patterson
Musical Guest Nightwolf! (Ryan Avery and Andrew)
Sacred Om Dance Troupe
Robert X. Planet w/ Roxanne DeWinter
1/8- Anthology Open Mic
1/15- Anthology Poetry Slam
1/17- The 2008 Poe Show
1/22- The Anthology Night Out
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Anthology’s mission is to promote performance poetry and associated literary arts in the greater Phoenix community by providing opportunities for artists to perform their work and by making spoken word arts accessible to a diverse audience. More information on Anthology and how you can become a member can be found at:
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