Greg F. Gifune Resigns As Senior Editor

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Effective today, senior editor Greg F. Gifune has left the company.  I’d like to thank Greg for his time here…we’ve had one of the longest working relationships in publishing, dating back to the mid-’90s.  Not only do I consider him the finest living author of modern dark fiction, he’s also been a huge asset as an editor and colleague.  Best of luck to Greg in his future projects and I’m looking forward to continuing to be a fan of his work as a reader.

Here is his official post on Facebook today:

Effective immediately, I am officially resigning from my position as Senior Editor and Head of Novel Acquisitions at…

Publicado por Greg F. Gifune em Sexta, 2 de junho de 2017

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Shane Staley is the founder and managing publisher of DarkFuse. He is a Bram Stoker Award winning editor and publisher. He is considered by many as one of the most influential editors and publishers of the modern era horror scene. He was the founder and editor-in-chief of the legendary specialty press Delirium Books (1999-2012). Staley started his publishing career in 1995 with a ‘zine called The Darklands Project. Since then, he has published more than 300 books in his career and has been a part of launching some of the most important writing careers in the horror genre.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Big changes. Damn.

    Best of luck in your new endeavors, Greg! Thank you for all of your hard work over the years and I hope that this change will give you more time to kick out your own kick ass dark fiction that we all enjoy so much.

  2. Well, as sorry as I am to see Greg go, I have to say that him having more time to write is a win for us, regardless. Good luck, Greg–and get writing!!! 🙂

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