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Freaks & Weeping Children: An Anthology of Dark Fiction

A project in Atlanta, GA by Michael D. Woods

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An anthology of cross-genre fiction with a touch of darkness.
Backers: 82
Average Pledge Per Backer: $33

Funded: $2,665 of $10,000
Dates: Feb 27th -> Mar 29th (30 days)
Project By: Michael D. Woods
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Latest News

The End is Near

March 29th - via:
With only two hours remaining it's fairly obvious we'll not reach our funding goal. So, on that note, I want to thank all of you for supporting Freaks and Weeping Children and spreading the word throughout the campaign. This anthology was a fun... (Read More)

Five Things About. . . (x2)

March 24th - via:
This week, a two-fer: R.D. SullivanWhat was the first work you sold? How did it happen? The first story I sold was a little Frankenstein’s Monster-type piece called “Skinned Knees” to Fireside Fiction Magazine. I’m going to ignore what the... (Read More)

Five Things About. . .

March 12th - via:
James R Tuck What was the first work you sold? How did it happen? The first writing I sold was the first novel in the Deacon Chalk series, incidentally the first book I ever wrote, in a three book deal to Kensington Publishing. I directly queried... (Read More)

Five Things About. . .

March 5th - via:
Steve Weddle What was the first work you sold? How did it happen? I came to this life through literary magazines, where “selling” a story meant getting two copies of the magazine in your mailbox. I’ve had works in anthologies and received... (Read More)

Our First Milestone Reward

March 3rd - via:
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Milestone #1 - $1250 Hit

March 2nd - via:
Thanks so much for all you've done to support Freaks and Weeping Children. It sounds funny to say but we're an eighth of the way there. There's still more to do. We've reached our first Milestone: The $1250 mark. And, as a gift, ALL backers will... (Read More)

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March 2nd - via:
Jamie Wyman What was the first work you sold? How did it happen?First work I sold was a short story for the anthology When the Hero Comes 2. I’d submitted my debut novel to Gabrielle Harbowy at Dragon Moon Press. Even though we ultimately didn’t... (Read More)

Little by little. . .

February 28th - via:
Hi all, I would like to thank everyone for the support Freaks and Weeping Children has received so far. We're about 24 hours into the Kickstarter and things are looking good. Eight percent in less than a day? That'll do nicely. Going into the second... (Read More)

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