KnippKnopp Interviews…Grey Matter Press   Leave a comment

Our good friends at Grey Matter Press are open for submissions again. Check out their submissions page http://greymatterpress.com/submissions/current-calls/

And check out the KnippKnopp interview from last year with Head Honcho and all-around-good guy Anthony Rivera!

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I’ve mentioned several times the importance of small press to todays writers.   (here, and here, and here!)

The interesting things about these publishers is how well they operate within their space and how each seems to have carved out a little niche, from focus on electronic publishing to short fiction and monthly magazines.

The folks at Grey Matter Press have had a very busy year indeed, publishing four quality anthologies of horror and science fiction with such names as Jonathan Maberry, Eric DeCarlo,  and Trent Zalazny.

I’ve had the chance to chat with head honcho Anthony Rivera at Grey Matter on a few occasions, and asked if he’d share his thoughts on the state of the publishing world today.  This is what that request wrought!

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Posted August 3, 2014 by Jim Knipp in Writer's Block

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