New Cat In Town #Caturday

Sweetie Pie Turner here.

No, the new cat in town isn’t a furbaby for MomGoth, it’s a PUBLISHING HOUSE.

But first, a picture of me.

Not The New Cat In Town

Not the New Cat in TownNow, here’s what MomGoth had to say about the “new cat”:

For something called a “House”, publishers can be surprisingly fluid. To add to the confusion, when they dissolve when they’re INsolvent.

That isn’t the only reason they dissolve, of course. The publishing partnership I just left dissolved because of a variety of incompatibilities and disagreements. I hope all the former partners regain and retain all our good feelings toward one another; each has strengths, but the shakedown period proved that we didn’t work and play well together.

But The king is dead! Long live the king! — I’ve joined a new partnership.New Cat in Town

Per Bastet Publications has begun. We’re getting our paperwork in order (or, as we say in imitation of the chefs who “plate the food”, we’re rowing our ducks). We’ll be transferring our own books from other publishers (or, in some cases, some of our books and leaving some with previous publishers because we’re happy with them). When we feel we’re on a firm basis, we’ll start soliciting submissions from others.

Not very splashy, but we’ve seen too many new small presses splash all the water out of their own pools by starting to big too quickly.

Wish us luck!

It’s bound to be a success, with a cat on the logo, am I right?

A WRITING PROMPT FOR ANIMALS: What do you think about humans using animals to represent their businesses and sports teams?

SPT

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One thought on “New Cat In Town #Caturday

  1. Jane
    Twitter:

    August 23, 2014 at 8:25am

    It worked for Ziggy Stardust:
    “Spiders from Mars”

    Good luck, indeed!!!!
    😉

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