Sunday, July 03, 2011

White Cat Comes Alive

I’m pleased as a good beer to let everyone know that White Cat Publications is now live and rockin’. This promises to be a great site for both readers and writers. The link to the home page is HERE, but once you’re on site you can see the richness of what is up there already, as well as get glimpses of what is to come. If you click on the “Fiction” tab you’ll even see a story by me called “Ruins & Wraiths,” as well as excellent tales by Tyree Campbell, Stewart Sternberg, Charles P. Zaglanis, and Lillian Cohen-Moore.

If you’re a reader, there’s already some good stories on the site and a lot more to come. There are reviews and links and other news for the reader’s world. (Don’t forget to click on the “Next Page” at the bottom of the home page.)

If you’re a writer, this is a paying market with an editor who knows his stuff and is open to a variety of stories and styles. There is also a lot of supporting material for writers, and heads up on issues such as internet plagiarism.

I urge everyone to have a look, and bookmark the site because it is expanding geometrically. I’m going to add it to my magazine links today.
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29 comments:

jrthumbprints said...

I enjoyed your story @ White Cat Publication. The website is visually stunning! Alien Jellyfish Mutants rule. --JR

Charles Gramlich said...

Jr, definitely. Thanks, man.

BernardL said...

Thanks, very impressive site!

Deka Black said...

Added to my magazine bookmarks. I'll read and say you my opinion ;)

Deka Black said...

Just finish reading it. Scary. Very scary story. In a way, makes me remember a old animation movie titled "The Wind of Amnesia", for the feeling of fear and constant hope of not being alone.

David J. West said...

Left me wanting more Charles-great mystery and eerie suspense.

Tom Doolan said...

Indeed! Good story! Bookmarked the page.

The Golden Eagle said...

Bookmarked--it looks like a great site!

Oscar said...

I hope "them" never get here. Enjoyed the story. Looks like an interesting pub.

Charles Gramlich said...

Deka, the "wind of Amenesia." I like that title. Have not seen it. But sounds interesting.

David J. West, I've thought a few times about turning that into a novel but so far the final inspiration hasn't hit me.

Tom, thanks, man.

Golden Eagle, It does. I think it definitely will be.

Oscar, it's gonna be a great resource for writers.

David Cranmer said...

It looks damn good!

Deka Black said...

It is, but i must warn you: Is japanese animation. I say it because is something not all people like.

But what i've said remains: The feeling it gave of fear and hope of not be alone.

Ron Scheer said...

Read your story and hats off to you. Perfect paranoia parable for these divisive times...

Charles Gramlich said...

David, definitely cool.

Deka, some of it I like and other stuff not so much. It varies.

Ron, thanks. it is kinda isn't it? Hadn't really thought of that.

Angie said...

Good story. Your descriptions are wonderfully expressive, as always. Awesome last line. :)

Angie

Mary Witzl said...

I'll visit it for that name along -- 'White Cat' -- (sniff) I miss my white cat.

Charles Gramlich said...

Angie, that story went through many rewrites before I came up with that last line. I knew it was finally right then.

Mary Witzl, I'm sorry about that. I've never had a white kitty.

Rick said...

Thanks so much for spreading the word about the new site, Charles. We'll have the first graphic novels up for the next edition, too. And the feedback on your story has been great, by the way!

Charles Gramlich said...

Rick, cool, glad to hear it.

Jenny Woolf said...

Nice site. And I'm all for anything that pays when so many want to get stuff for free.

Erik Donald France said...

Cool beans ~~ great site, indeed ~~ excellent and cheers ~~!

the walking man said...

Yeup...sage advice

Charles Gramlich said...

Jenny, thanks for visiting. There's definitely a crisis in publishing at all levels. More places and ways to publish, but less money for almost everyone.

Erik, thanks, man.

Mark, thankee.

Travis Cody said...

I saw the site come up in my reader and I couldn't be more excited. I'm looking forward to spending some time there on my vacation, which begins next week!

Charles Gramlich said...

Travis Cody, hope you enjoy man.

jennifer said...

I'm going to check it out. I like the name of the site - simple and catchy and easy for me to remember.

Have a great week Charles!

Charles Gramlich said...

Jennifer, thanks. You too.

Ello said...

Charles, that looks fantastic! and you are always impressive!

Charles Gramlich said...

Ello, you may continue to praise me, of course. *said with regal head held high* :)