Jacob's pulled it off, don't you think?
Watching Permuted's catalog grow over the past few years has been really cool. And even though most of the titles are zombie-driven, they're all radically different and all well-written.
Permuted Press is doing what their (his) name says - cranking out tales of the undead that attack genre conventions from every angle and tear 'em the hell up. Even the authors who describe their stories as more "traditional" are throwing new ideas into the mix, and boy oh boy I've stayed up many a night to finish a novel or anthology by you guys. So a big pat on the back to the authors as well.
I hope Permuted continues to rock socks and is widely recognized for the above reasons. It's venturing into new territory with Cross-Genre Cthulhu and the Giant Monsters antho. I've got the feeling this is only the beginning.
Also I'm wearing lipstick for some reason. Oh well!