Pozible


Our Pozible Campaign Is Over!


Posted By on Oct 31, 2013

We have successfully funded, and will now begin sorting out rewards, reading submissions, and doing all the exciting work that goes into making a book! THANK YOU to everyone who supported us by backing the project and/or boosting the signal! We’ll also be updating this blog at least once a week until the book launch, so you CAN expect to see more content here. We’ll have Kaleidoscope updates, book and story...

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First, super exciting news: we’ve hit our primary funding goal! This means Kaleidoscope will definitely be made! THANK YOU to everyone who has shown us support! At the end of this post, there’s a special video of Julia’s cat celebrating this amazing milestone! We do still have a day left to aim for our stretch goals, too, so if you haven’t backed us yet, now is an EXCELLENT time! We love hearing about other...

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We’ve Reached 50%–YAY!!!


Posted By on Oct 23, 2013

We’re HALFWAY there! Thank you!!!! Here’s an update video starring Julia’s cat: If you can’t watch a video right now, you might want to know the SUPER EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT anyway, right? Okay, we’ll tell you! Kaleidoscope is open to both Science Fiction and Fantasy! Yep, that’s right! We decided we didn’t want to limit ourselves when we love both. To cement this decision, we’ve got a...

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We’re about halfway through our fundraising period now (GIANT THANKS to all our lovely backers!), and many people have asked how this project came to be. Today, Alisa is sharing her project creation journey: We started working on the Kaleidoscope project over a year ago now. I remember driving around on a Saturday afternoon, running my errands and listening to an episode of one of my favourite podcasts – The Outer...

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Today, Kaleidoscope author, Jim Hines is here to tell us about his story. We both love Jim’s non-stop work to make the SF community more inclusive, and we were thrilled when he agreed to write something from his Libriomancer world. Here’s what he has to say about why he chose to write for us. __________________ Nicola Pallas didn’t start out autistic. In the first draft of Libriomancer, the character was named Nikos, a...

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The WSFA Small Press Award was announced this weekend at Capclave, and we are delighted to congratulate Kaleidoscope author, Ken Liu on his win! This award honors short fiction published by small presses, which is obvious something near and dear to our hearts.  “Good Hunting”  was the winning story this year, and it was published in October of 2012 in Strange Horizons. Julia had the honor of editing it, and she says she...

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