Exploring the world of television and film crossovers, and the alternate realities of the big and small screen.
Monday, November 14, 2016
Whatever happened to the second edition of the Horror Crossover Encyclopedia?
I’ve announced it. And the publishers announced it. It was supposed to come out in late September, or early October, or mid October.
The release isn’t up to me, but as far as I know, it’s still happening.
The second edition will feature a matte cover by a new graphic designer, a new retrospective introduction from me, a new foreword from Trick or Treat Radio’s Dynamo Marz, and selected revised entries.
18thWall is known in its short span for putting out great stories from amazing authors who win awards. It’s impressive how much quality such a young publisher puts out. However, as a young company, they aren’t so good with making and meeting deadlines.
But the wait is usually worth it. So I ask, please be patient. And also, please stop asking me when it will be out. I don’t know. But you know I market the poop out of my work, so trust me that when I know, you all will know.
If you are really impatient, I suggest contacting the publisher directly and ask for more details on its release.