Recieved this email this morning:
The only thing I can come up with is the short story "A Certain Doorway" was published in a charity anthology last year or the year before (where all contributors retained all rights) and was published years ago in the (now defunct) pro magazine Black October, which retained the rights for one year. Is this the probable cause, or am I missing something? Anybody know exactly how I prove my publishing rights?Hello,
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A Certain Doorway (ASIN:B004Z207ES)
Dead Girls and Other Stories (ASIN:B008GTILEO)
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