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RIDE: SHORT FICTION ABOUT BICYCLES announces the RIDE 3 call for submissions.
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The RIDE 3 submissions deadline will be August 31. Details soon at the blog.
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RIDE 2 contributor Nigel Greene talks Big Wheels, poems, and brevets at the RIDE blog.

(Now on Kindle, iBooks, Kobo, Nook, and in print at your favorite online or indie bookstore.)
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Once a week, one of the RIDE 2 authors answers three questions from another of the RIDE 2 authors. This week: Jon Billman answers mine.
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Edgar/Anthony/Shamus/Macavity-winner SJ Rozan asks Car-Free/Ultra-Long-Distance-Racer/Techie-Turned-Mechanic Kent Peterson THREE QUESTIONS, including the weirdest thing that ever happened to him on a bike ride.
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RIDE 2 gets its first review! (From COMO CYCO—and it's a great one, too.)
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RIDE: SHORT FICTION ABOUT BICYCLES announces the RIDE 3 call for submissions.
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RIDE 2 writer Nigel Greene interviews bike painter (and RIDE cover artist) Taliah Lempert. 
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Why RIDE 2 isn't all young men and racing stories: Genre and gender at the blog today.

Also: The print version is now available at IndieBound (and through any bookstore) if you don't like ordering printed books from Amazon. See the INDIEBOUND link at the website.
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RIDE 2: MORE SHORT FICTION ABOUT BICYCLES is now available in all ebook formats and paperback!
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It's out!

The second collection in the RIDE series of short fiction about bicycles, with contributions by SJ Rozan, Kent Peterson, Barb Goffman, Keith Snyder, Eric Neuenfeldt, Nigel Greene, Jan Maher, Jon Billman, and KI Hope.
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RIDE: Short Fiction About Bicycles

Nine short stories with bikes in them, now on Kindle, Nook, and iBooks.

Print version coming in mid-January.