Monday, 21 March 2011


I am so pleased and excited to officially announce my new co-editor for the anthology...Michelle Davidson Argyle!

Many of you will already know Michelle as the successful self-published author of the awesome novel Cinders, but here's a  more in-depth bio:

Michelle is a mother, artist, and writer who lives in the Rocky Mountains with her sword-wielding husband and energetic daughter. She writes contemporary, literary, and fantasy fiction. She is also an editor/publisher of “The Literary Lab Presents…” series of anthologies, an annual non-profit publication that donates all proceeds to charity. To submit to “The Literary Lab Presents…” anthology, visit:

Her first traditionally published novel, Monarch, will be released September 2011 by Rhemalda Publishing. (Congratulations!)

Oh, and she likes peanut butter and tomato sandwiches.

I couldn't have asked for a more experienced and creative co-editor, and am really looking forward to working with her! :) I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Gabi @ Iggi & Gabi for hooking us up! Gabi's got a stupendous DIY MFA programme lined up for April, which I am a teaching assistant for, so don't miss it!

Oh, and did I mention today is Michelle's BIRTHDAY!? Pop on over to her blog to wish her a happy birthday! :)


  1. This sounds like a great partnership. I must check out the anthology.


  2. Thanks for the announcement! I will be doing a post about this tomorrow on my blog. :)

  3. Happy birthday Michelle!
    I love following The Literary Lab. Except that Wordpress has stopped automatically sending updates to my Gmail for some reason...

  4. Thanks, Deniz! I don't know why Wordpress would be doing that. :(

  5. First off, happy belated birthday Michelle! Hope you had a blast.

    Also, I'm so excited you two are joining forces on this project. I love it when talented writers team up to do great things! (BTW, thank you so much for the shout out J.C.--you totally didn't need to do that but it's totally appreciated!)

    Stay awesome and write on!

  6. Gabi, thanks for sending J.C. my way. I'm so happy to be a part of this!


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