Can I get an amen? It's not even branded, and hasn't been for months. I no longer send people to Swarm Press -- the generic look screams "abandoned" and reflects poorly on me as an author.
In fact, that's not all that gives the public the impression this is a dead imprint:
"Pit Fighters" claims an October 08 release date, but still says "pre-order." Same with your book, James -- supposedly released in September, but still being pushed as a pre-order. Worst of all is Plexico's latest "Sentinels" book -- release date of August '08, but still listed as a pre-order.
What's going on, Jacob? Permuted Press has been releasing books apace, getting broader distribution, and so on, while Swarm appears moribund. I appreciate that you've had power and Internet issues since late January, but that doesn't address the lack of attention to Swarm before that.
Help us understand, please.