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Boost your reading, writing with the Save APEX raffle


The Save APEX magazine effort is going strong, but to put the effort over the top, there is now a Save APEX raffle that has some painfully cool items for your reading and writing pleasure. For a mere $1, you may enter to win one of over 40 items, which include:

For readers...
  • Ben Bova has donated a copy-edited manuscript of the UK edition of Titan. How cool is that?
  • Sandro Castelli will create an illustration for a short story of your choice
  • A hardcover copy of Alone Against Tomorrow signed by Harlan Ellison
  • An autographed set of Hyperthought, Warsurf, and Neurolink by M.M. Buckner, winner of this year’s Phillip K. Dick award
  • Kevin Anderson - Resurrection, Inc. - Signed limited Edition
  • An autographed copy of Hopscotch by Kevin J. Anderson
  • An autographed copy of Infoquake by David Louis Edelman
  • A six issue subscription of the bi-monthly speculative fiction magazine, Interzone
  • A lifetime subscription to Dark Discoveries Magazine
For writers...
  • Have the first three novel chapters or fifty pages of your novel, as

    well as a ten page synopsis critiqued by agent, Jenny Rae Rappaport

    from the L. Perkins Agency
  • Have one of your short stories turned into audio fiction by Sam A. Mowry of the Willamette Radio Workshop.
  • Have one of your short stories turned into audio fiction by Mary Robinette Kowal
  • Get an edit of your fiction by Nancy Fulda, Editorial Associate of Baen’s Universe
  • Get an edit of your story by Eugie Foster,

    Managing Editor of Tangent, the Assistant Managing Editor of The Town

    Drunk, and a professional editor for the Georgia General Assembly.
For generic weirdos...
  • Postmortem Productions has donated 1 custom screen-printed (M, L, or XL) black T-shirt with any quote or saying saying, chosen by the winner.
  • Have pro voice actress Mary Robinette Kowal record your answering machine message.
And that's not even the whole list! Each prize is a separate raffle. You can enter the raffles here.

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