Caitlin Kittredge (blackaire) wrote in fangs_fur_fey,
Caitlin Kittredge
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New deal (crossposted from my journal)

I'm very pleased to announce that Jackie Kessler and I have co-written and sold a two-book series to Anne Groell at Bantam-Spectra.

From the official blurbage:

The Icarus Project: Black & White (Book 1)

Two superpowered women, once best friends, now on opposite sides of the law, must work together to fight the Big Bad Evil. Bwahahahaha!

Or to put it in a way my geeks understand: Justice League meets 1984.

I’m thrilled to announce this sale, as superhero fiction is something near and dear to my heart.  Black & White will be appearing in mass market paperback in 2009.

Thanks to my agent, Rachel and Jackie’s agent, Miriam Kriss for working so hard on this deal and to Anne for taking a chance on an unknown quantity.  You guys rock!

-Caitlin Kittredge

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