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Fearful Symmetries was published to great acclaim in May 2014. It's a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award and has gotten (mostly) great reviews. Thank you again, for being supporters (and you can buy more for presents!)
Fearful Symmetries was published to great acclaim in May 2014. It's a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award and has gotten (mostly) great reviews. Thank you again, for being supporters (and you can buy more for presents!)
700 backers pledged $28,426 to help bring this project to life.

"The Frog Man" by Chris Roberts

Posted by Ellen Datlow (Creator)

Here's "The Frog Man" original artwork being donated by Chris Roberts. More details in the side bar of the main Fearful Symmetries Kickstarter page.

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10 more doll photos added as premiums-overseas as well as USA

Posted by Ellen Datlow (Creator)

Because they were so popular, I nagged my sister into promising to create 10 more framed creepy doll photographs. We've added an option for overseas backers --so if you missed out, get em now.

What the Dark Tower pencil sketch looks like

Posted by Ellen Datlow (Creator)

Here are three views of the lovely pencil sketch by Alan M. Clark

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Pick Brett's Brain

Posted by Ellen Datlow (Creator)

Chizine publisher Brett Alexander Savory has just added three possibilities to "Pick Brett's brain" for $200:

Brett Savory will answer all your writing/editing/publishing questions on a one-to-one basis for 1.5 hours in person (at a coffee shop if you’re in Toronto or the GTA), or by phone or Skype, plus print and e-book editions of Fearful Symmetries when released, plus acknowledgment in both print and electronic editions of Fearful Symmetries.

Some creepy doll photos by Lori Datlow

Posted by Ellen Datlow (Creator)

My sister was kind enough to donate four framed creepy photos of dolls. One is already spoken for. Now it's possible that if they're popular she will donate a few more --if that's kosher for Kickstarter.
They're 6x8 inches.

Here are two of them (to get an idea of what they look like). The photos of the photos aren't very good.

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