Rich Horton, in his annual summary of what he’s read, mentions Sybil’s Garage:
“It’s a stylishly put together magazine…My favorite story was Samantha Henderson’s “The Ballad of Delphinium Blue”, a lyrical story of a “bist-girl” on another world, and her betrayal by a handsome Earthman. Other nice work came from Gary Moshimer, Caspian Gray, and Barbara Krasnoff.”
You can read his summary here.
And, in an interview over at Publishers Weekly, publishers were asked to mention their favorite book trailers of the year. Vera Nazarian of Norilana Press mentions the Paper Cities book trailer.
“My absolutely favorite book trailer that I find effective and gorgeous is the one for Paper Cities edited by Ekaterina Sedia.“
You can read the full article here.
Lastly, I remember hearing about a new anthology coming out, or maybe it was a movement, and I can’t remember who the publisher was. It’s about “optimistic post-apocalyptic fiction.” Have you heard of it? What is it, exactly?