Dave Thomas Resigns As Associate Editor

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Due to the restructuring, associate editor Dave Thomas has officially announced he will be leaving DarkFuse.  I wish Dave all the best; he’s another great guy and colleague with loads of talent and worth his weight in gold as a copyeditor.

Next week the first of two Erotikós anthologies he co-edited with me will be released in limited edition.  #2 will see release in November (announcement forthcoming).

Here is his post on his official Facebook page:

As of today, I have officially resigned as Associate Editor at DarkFuse. One of my best friends and colleagues, Senior…

Publicado por Dave Thomas em Sexta, 2 de junho de 2017


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  1. Big changes. Damn. (Did I already say that somewhere?)

    Thank you so much, Dave, for all of your hard work and all of the great work you’ve done over the past many years.

  2. Wow….everyone is leaving…. I’ll echo Bill here and simply say, thank you, Dave–and best of luck to you in your future projects.


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