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Lemistry – A Celebration of Stanislaw Lem

We at Comma are very excited about our new Lemistry anthology. This is a book celebrating the hugely influential Polish science fiction author Stanislaw Lem. It brings rare and previously un-translated stories to English readers for the first time and also features specially commissioned stories by a host of lauded contemporary writers (including Toby Litt, … Continue reading

LITMUS: Short Stories from Modern Science

So, it’s finally here. After a long 2 years the anthology that began with our own ‘eureka’ moment, albeit no falling apples, is finished and we have the review copies on our desks. LITMUS: Short Stories from Modern Science is our latest in the science short story series which began with When It Changed, our … Continue reading

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London Book Fair 2011

A week on, and we’ve still not entirely recovered from the London Book Fair. I usually find it a bit much – the windowless vastness of Earl’s Court; the pathos of obscure publishers wilting behind lonely stands in the unfashionable suburbs of EC2; the miles you have to cover between meetings, without ever seeing daylight … Continue reading

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Welcome to the blog of Comma!

Hello to Comma fans, both new and old! We’re jumping into the blogosphere to tell you, more personally, about everything we’re doing here at Comma and about all our ambitions, plans and projects for the short story and independent publishing in the region generally. Firstly, we would like to say a big thank you to … Continue reading

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