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Dear Author

Triskelion Contracts Are a Mass of Confusion

I received an email from a Triskelion author giving an update on the state of the bankruptcy. Apparently, the list of contracts provided to the court by Kristi Studts aka Triskelion was incomplete and inaccurate.

The schedules of contracts for sale that was issued by the bankruptcy court included contracts that were concluded (rights returned to authors) long ago and omitted contracts that were with Triskelion at the time of its bankruptcy filing.

This week the court issued a new list of expired and returned contracts but the wrongfully omitted contracts still were not included. This leaves authors in limbo if a sale goes through on the 15th. The bankruptcy filings are public information and anyone can see if she is included in the list of contracts for sale.

The authors have requested that the court release all of the contracts that were held by Triskelion after the sale whether formally mentioned but there is no response from court on that issue.

Dear Author

Chippewa / Lady Abell Publishing Closes Doors

Another epublishing house closes its e doors. Apparently a family issue has caused the owner to not continue at this time. I heard some conflicting reports of unpaid bills for the last 2 quarters but I also heard that the rights are all reverting and royalties will be paid.

Also Siren Publishing is bidding on the Trisk assets with a promise to return all rights unencumbered.