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Today I’m very excited to announce a new direction for The Border House. We’ve been having chats in the background for a while about setting up a more active community side of The Border House. I (kimadactyl) have been assigned … Continue reading
The weekend before last, four authors and editors from The Border House spoke on a panel at Geek Girl Con: Deirdra, Brinstar, Quinnae, and myself. Despite being the last panel on Sunday afternoon, 50 or so people attended and many were … Continue reading
Hey everyone! With all of the excitement of Thanksgiving, we completely forgot to mention that the last week of November was the one year anniversary of The Border House being open to the public! It has been such an … Continue reading