Kimota Publishing News

The Kimota Anthology, a large selection of stories from Kimota Magazine (which folded in 2002), has been published as a Kindle ebook on Amazon. Anyone without a Kindle can still read the book using the free Kindle applications on their site for PC, MAC, iPhone, iPAD and Android.

‘The Anthology contains nearly sixty stories by the likes of Stephen Laws, Neal Asher, Mark Chadbourn, Mark Morris, Stephen Gallagher, Nicholas Royle, Steve Lockley, Peter Crowther, Paul Finch, David A. Sutton, William Meikle and many, many more. If it was a paper book it would be well over 400 pages long. Although you may have read some of the stories before either in Kimota or other anthologies they do form a substantial set of entertainment for mobile reading. 

The next venture; a Kindle magazine called KZINE, will be a few months off yet, but submissions are requested. See here for details.’

The Kimota Anthology, a large selection of stories from Kimota Magazine (which folded in 2002), has been published as a Kindle ebook on Amazon. Anyone without a Kindle can still read the book using the free Kindle applications on their site for PC, MAC, iPhone, iPAD and Android.

‘The Anthology contains nearly sixty stories by the likes of Stephen Laws, Neal Asher, Mark Chadbourn, Mark Morris, Stephen Gallagher, Nicholas Royle, Steve Lockley, Peter Crowther, Paul Finch, David A. Sutton, William Meikle and many, many more. If it was a paper book it would be well over 400 pages long. Although you may have read some of the stories before either in Kimota or other anthologies they do form a substantial set of entertainment for mobile reading. 

The next venture; a Kindle magazine called KZINE, will be a few months off yet, but submissions are requested. See here for details.’