Thursday Shout-out – 11 – eMergent Publishing

eMergent Publishing is an Anglo-Australian indie publishing operation, which specialises in speculative fiction and is committed to innovative approaches to publishing short stories. One of it’s imprints is Literary Mix Tapes, a “crowded-sourced” operation, taking writers who sign up through social media to contribute a story to an anthology. Editor Jodi Cleghorn then works tirelessly with each of the writers to ensure they produce their best work. There’s also a strong peer support and review process within the group of writers. It’s a great opportunity for emerging writers to get their stories into print. 

The latest anthology from Literary Mix Tapes,  From Stage Door Shadows, is rolling off the presses now. It’s due for publication on 29th September and your can pre-order your copy now here at a reduced price. It includes my story The Colour of Blood.


About Cath Barton

Cath Barton is an English writer who lives in South Wales. In June 2017 she was awarded the New Welsh Writing AmeriCymru Prize for the Novella, and her novella The Plankton Collector will be published by New Welsh Review in September 2018. She is a 2018 Literature Wales mentee, working on a collection of short stories inspired by the paintings and drawings of Hieronymus Bosch. Also active in the on-line community of writers of flash fiction, Cath is a regular contributor to the on-line critical hub for Welsh arts and culture, Wales Arts Review.
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2 Responses to Thursday Shout-out – 11 – eMergent Publishing

  1. Sounds an interesting project – congratulations for being part of it.

  2. cathaber1 says:

    Thanks Patsy. It is a great place to get involved. Very supportive.

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