RDSP’s Top 14 of 2014
Here are the top 14 happenings for RDSP in 2014
- We hosted our 1st writing retreat at Bourbon Ridge and probably had more fun than adults should be allowed to have.
- Mr. Wicker was the Library Journal debut of the month for October.
- RDSP acquired Anti-Oedipus Press.
- DogCon 3 was held in conjunction with Confluence in Pittsburgh where we launched Lucy Snyder’s Soft Apocalypes.
- We presented Matt Betts with the championship belt for the first RDSP Readers Choice Award.
- The Man Who Loved Alien Landscapes by Albert Wendland received a starred review and was Pick of theWeek from Publishers Weekly, it also sold out of copies during the pre-release debut at Seton Hill’s book fair.
- Hysteria by Stephanie Wytovich was a finalist for the Bram Stoker Award.
- We launched the 20th Anniversary Edition of Grave Markings at Terrault Contemporary art gallery in Baltimore with an awesome night of readings.
- NoirCon gave us an excuse to finally meet RDSP author Michael Gills in person & see Eric Miles Williamson again.
- Odd Men Out was a finalist for The Hoffer Award and the cover was a finalist for the DaVinci Eye.
- We released an entire mind-bending trilogy by D. Harlan Wilson: The Biographizer Trilogy.
- Slate featured Worse Than Myself on their Scariest Reads list and gave it an excellent sales bump.
- John Edward Lawson joined the Bizarro Across America Tour for several East Coast dates.
- RDSP was mentioned in the New York Times both in print and online.
For kicks here’s a look back at 2013’s top moments