April 16th, 2008


The Station Family Fund

In February 2003, the Station Nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island caught fire, killing many, and injuring others. In November, the Station Family Fund was formed.

From the Fund web site:

The Station Family Fund was founded by survivors and family members affected by The Station Nightclub fire of February 20, 2003. We are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that received approval from the IRS on November 4, 2003 to operate as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization.

Every dollar raised by the Station Family Fund, Inc. will go directly to address the needs of the survivors and the families of victims catastrophically impacted by The Station nightclub fire. Administrative and overhead expenses will be paid solely from donations solicited for this specific purpose.

Our services include assistance with identifying and accessing resources available through federal and state agencies or other non-governmental organizations. We also provide financial grants on a case by case basis. Commencing January 1, 2007, our financial grants will give priority to bridging gaps in care for those who suffered catastrophic injury in the fire.

Thanks to terri_osborne for the heads-up....
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Wounds cover!

The cover for the next Star Trek: Corps of Engineers trade paperback collection has been released. The art is by Rick Berry.

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Due to be released in October of this year, Wounds will publish in print form the following stories that were originally published as eBooks in 2005:

    Malefictorum by Terri Osborne terri_osborne
    Lost Time by Ilsa J. Bick
    Identity Crisis by John J. Ordover
    Fables of the Prime Directive by Cory Rushton
    Security by Keith R.A. DeCandido kradical
    Wounds by Ilsa J. Bick

The first two and last two stories all cross over with the post-finale Deep Space Nine fiction, as well.
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