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Originally published at Lemmingworks. You can comment here or there.

Vol 11, No 3 2008 of The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror is up. Tyra has returned to take over poetry editor for me, which I did for a couple of months while she was busy. Dru’s back from India and reviewing away… and the Harrow world is unfolding as it should.


  • Noah
    Jennifer C Delisle
  • The History of One Sweet Leaf
    Bobbie J Metevier
  • Waste
    Jefferson Ross
  • Orchid
    A. Umbral
  • Zombies on a Plane
    Travis Lee Heermann
  • Karmageddon
    Xeno Glitz


  • Thunder Bay
    James B Nicola

And more…

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Dru writes in her blog: “With the help of lawyer Kfir Luzzatto and his U.S. contact Kevin McCarthy of New York’s Roach Brown McCarthy & Gruber, The Harrow has now submitted the application to register The Harrow Press as a trademark, International Class 041. This is very exciting to me because it’s part of our 2007 push to take The Harrow to a new, even more professional level. The new OJS software was a first step; this is a second. Yay!” The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror is our journal, and we’re very happy to see that things are progressing to this next level. YAY Dru and Kfir!

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Ex-Lemmingworks. ##.

The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror:  Vol. 10, No. 1 (2007) is up! It is our last using the old OJS system and I’m presently testing the new one. In the mean time, check out the stuff!!!


Let’s Toast 2007!
Dru Pagliassotti, California Lutheran University


Weep Not for the Vampire by William A. Veselik
Dru Pagliassotti, California Lutheran University


Call for Stories: Golden Age of Horror-Wood
Dru Pagliassotti, California Lutheran University


Goblin Quest by Jim C. Hines
Dru Pagliassotti, California Lutheran University


Villa Locusta
Gemma Files,

Church of the Broken Cross (Part I)
Joseph R. Armstead, Horror Writers Association

White Death
Marlissa A Campbell,

Blood Donors Wanted
Amanda M Underwood,

Bite Me! (or Priests, Porn and Hairy-Arsed Bloodsuckers)
Garvan M Giltinan,

J. R.,


The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror

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Inside Higher Ed :: New Model for Scholarly Publishing

It’s hard to attend scholarly meetings these days without someone talking about the “crisis of scholarly publishing,” which goes something like this: Libraries can’t afford to buy new scholarly books; in turn, university presses can’t afford to publish books no one can buy and so cut back on their sales of monographs; in turn, junior professors can’t get their first books published and have a tough time getting tenure.

Rice University on Thursday announced a plan to shake up those interconnected problems. Rice University Press, which was killed in 1996, will be revived. But unlike every other university press, it will publish all of its books online only. People will be able to read the books for no charge and to download them for a modest fee. Editors will solicit manuscripts and peer review panels will vet submissions — all in ways that are similar to the systems in traditional publishing.

Personally, I don’t know why people don’t use Open Journal Systems which I’ve been using for a few years with The Harrow. Of course, the real problem is that if your tenure committee will not count electronic publications, it is all just a waste of time. That is until after you get tenure. [Thanks for pointing me to this Rochelle!]

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There’s a new issue of The Harrow: Original Works of Fantasy and Horror  Vol. 9, No. 2 is now available online!

[I’ve been working with the harrow since the beginning of the century, btw.]

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