A Preview of Philip Fracassi’s “The Fate of Nero”

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We’re in the heat of a Kickstarter campaign for our first single author publication: a limited, numbered, signed, illustrated hardback edition of Philip Fracassi’s Altar. (Check out our previous post to see the personal importance of this project to me). Here’s a recap of exactly what we’re looking to publish:

This limited, signed, and numbered 7″ X 10″ hardback will feature the title novella plus an exclusive, original story by Fracassi of approximately 8,500 words relating to a character in Altar. It will also have an introduction by John Langan, and cover and interior illustrations by François Vaillancourt (two of which you’ll find below). As you can see, we are serious about making this release a true celebration of Fracassi’s stunning tale. The special edition hardback will be limited to 50 copies only. We’re committed to preserving the integrity of this limited run. No stretch goals will unlock further printing of the hardback edition. However, we’re also printing 100 numbered and signed, color, 7 x 10, limited paperback editions, which can be expanded to 200 in our initial stretch goal.

The above-mentioned story is “The Fate of Nero,” and is exclusive to this edition. It directly ties into the events Altar. I hope you enjoy the glimpse!

All of this is and more is what you’ll receive in this campaign. We’re also providing free Kindle copies of Fracassi’s currently-unavailable early novel, The Egotist. Follow and share the link below for more! 

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