A warm hello to all our SCP readers & supporters. We hope you are keeping safe and as well as possible in these strange circumstances. Even as we are 'sheltered in place' and isolated, we Earthlings have never been more reliant on each other. Let's try to weather this global storm with as much grace and compassion as we can.
So exciting to be sifting through all the submissions for our Race to the Stars anthology. It's been fun reading these independently and now we come together as editors to hammer out a shortlist together. Editing pencils at the ready!
Late winter is a time for hibernating with a good book. I recommend this dark and witty Gothic tale set in Russia's snowy wastes. VAMPSOV’s cover promises a high-concept horror story and it does not disappoint. Daniel Ribot has great fun with a secret war between ancient aristocratic vampires and Red Army cadre at the very moment Stalinist purges are devastating Soviet Russia.
You are all invited to SCP's first event of 2020: Siobhan Logan's talk at DMU tomorrow.
Welcome back! We're halfway through January already, which means that there are only two weeks left until the submission window for our first anthology closes FOREVER.
In case anyone missed the announcement last week, we have decided to keep our submission window open past the original deadline of the 22nd of December.
As the new Space Race gathers momentum with Elon Musk's latest launch of a 'Blade Runner Cybertruck', destined for Mars, Space Cat Press boldly pushes on with our own mission. This month we're celebrating our first book award, opening a submission window for our first anthology and speaking to local astronomers at the National Space Centre. It's busy up here on the star-trail!