Meisha Merlin

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Meisha Merlin Publishing
... Meisha Merlin Publishing was an independent publishing company founded in 1996 by former New York book editor Stephen Pagel and Kevin and Brian Murphy ... During their nine years of operation, Meisha Merlin built a large stable of fantasy and science fiction authors that included Kevin J ... In April 2007 Meisha Merlin announced on their website that they would cease operations the following month ...
List Of Lambda Literary Awards Winners And Nominees For Science Fiction, Fantasy And Horror - Winners and Nominees - Award List
... the Virtual Corpse, The !The Gumshoe, the Witch, and the Virtual Corpse Meisha Merlin SF/F Nom 1999 Delia Sherman Through a Brazen Mirror Circlet Press / Ace SF/F Nom ... Nom 2001 Keith Hartman Gumshoe Gorilla Meisha Merlin SF/F/H Nom 2001 Michael Schiefelbein Vampire Vow Alyson SF/F/H Nom 2002 Michael Rowe (ed.) Queer Fear II Arsenal Pulp SF/F/H Won ...
Robert A. Heinlein Bibliography - Short Fiction - Collections - Complete Works
... of his personal correspondence, was announced by Meisha Merlin Publishing in April 2005 the Robert A ... Meisha Merlin went out of business in May 2007 after producing six volumes I Will Fear No Evil, Time Enough for Love, Starship Troopers, For Us, the Living, The Door into Summer, and ... As was true for the Meisha Merlin effort, individual volumes are not offered subscribers must purchase the entire 46-volume set ...
MythAdventures - Books
... Graphics imprint (with the last two published by Meisha Merlin, who picked up the contract from Donning) ... are collected in Robert Asprin's Myth Adventures Volume 1 and Volume 2 (Meisha Merlin, 2006/2007) ... Myth-Fortunes (2008) After Myth-Gotten Gains, Meisha Merlin went out of business and publication of hardcover/trade editions changed hands again ...

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