anhonestlie

Announcing the Authors of Volume 2: Delusions of Insignificance

In Uncategorized on April 15, 2010 at 9:06 pm

Hello again all,

First off I want to thank everyone who participated in the open call for submissions to our yearly anthology An Honest Lie. We had about 3,000 entries this year, and the competition was fierce with so many wonderful interpretations of this year’s theme “Delusions of Insignificance.”

With so many great stories to go through it was a hard decision, but luckily there were 10 new authors and three alumni authors from our first volume of An Honest Lie who fit our vision for this volume completely.

So without further adieu, your roster for An Honest Lie, Volume 2: Delusions of Insignificance:

Alumni Author: Eric Trant
Alumni Author: Bob Clark
Alumni Author: C.B. Calsing
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Author: Raleigh Dugal
Author: Patrick Scalisi
Author: Terry Sanville
Author: Rob Rosen
Author: Claire Ibarra
Author: Jessica Sticklor
Author: Jess Dunn
Author: Cynthia Witherspoon
Author: William Walton
Author: Dennis Thompson

Congratulations, to our chosen authors, and to those not chosen thank you for taking the time to submit your works to us. Now the real work begins. Who will be chosen as the next author to receive a publishing contract with Open Heart Publishing?

Go vote for your favorite author from An Honest Lie, Volume 2: Delusions of Insignificance. Head over to http://ahlvol1vote.debrincase.com to vote!

Volume 3 opens its doors for submissions in November 2010, with a brand new wacky theme, and I want to invite everyone that tried before, and those who have not tried just yet to be sure not to miss this opportunity when it opens up again.

So until the fall, I am sincerely wishing you all the best of success in everything you experience in your life, and a heartfelt well done to our contributing authors.

Debrin Case
Publisher: Open Heart Publishing

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