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War Stories Anthology Kickstarter Begins Monday
Ford Street New Releases
Blackshaw Theatre’s ‘An Audience with the Ghost Finder’
Start Publishing News
Nebula Award Winning Eugie Foster Needs A Bit Of Help
The Roots of Black Science Fiction
Working For A White Family
More Education, Less Magical Thinking Would Have Rendered This Carrie Promo STUPID
Women In SF Negative Feed back Cycle
Yeah, But If You Weren’t Getting A Paycheck, Would You Be Defending It? Ford on Ender Boycott
Museum Director Garcia On Halls of
Interview With Amazing Stories’ Publisher
THOR: The Dark World Trailer (Video)
SLAN For Sale!
NEW Tangent Online OTR (Radio Plays)
I, Frankenstein Trailer (Video)
Star Trek TNG Bridge Restoration
Thrilling Pulp Hero Thrills!
Gravity Fails (Thank goodness! Otherwise I might have had a fast and fiery encounter with Earth)
Lucas Was Working On Sequels Before Disney Buyout. And Greedo Shot First…
F*** Me Ray Bradbury Girl Goes Showtime
WOOL Graphic Novel
Videos For Alternate Historians (Video)
Bruce Boston Poetry Sampler
Star Wars Rebels To Premiere
Discworld Collector’s Series
Mangled, Uhhh, Manga-ized!
Paul Levinson On SF (Video)
Tales To Terrify (Podcast)
Voyager Trekkers (Video series)
Michael Burstein To Headline STC Diamond Jubilee 10/16
ConQuest Dates SET!
$150 Book Bundle For ONLY $20!
Micheal J. Sullivan On List of Bestseller Success Stories – Indie – to Traditional
Famed Agent ‘Splains A few Things
Ian Sales on Genre
New Southeast Asian Science Fiction Journal
How To Publish A Comic Book Online
Politicizing Writing Contests – Is There No Place We Can Go To Get Away?
Launch A Pre-Order Book Campaign
Dr. Who Really Does Travel Through Time: Lost Episodes Recovered
NSS 2013 Space Poetry Contest Winners
Lois McMaster Bujold Wins Forry Award
One Of Our Own Wins A Canadian Faned Award
Tanya Huff Gets An Award AND Cash!
Aleksis Kevi Fund Award Goes To
WSFS Announces 2013 Small Press Awards
SCIENCE & TECH
Visions of Mars Contents of a disc of Story, Recordings and Art Sent to Mars Aboard the Phoenix Lander
Science Education Through Science Fiction (‘Bout time our schools started teaching something important!…and Useful)
Remote Control Roaches: Should We Be Encouraging Our Kids To Go All Dr. Moreau On Bugs In the Name of Science?
T-Shirt Design Fools Facial Recognition Systems
…Oh I’m gonna fade away…Gimme Shelter
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PRESS RELEASES AND NEWSLETTERS
It’s official: War Stories will be launching on Kickstarter at 1200 hrs Eastern Time on Monday, -October 14th.
War has been speculated about in science fiction literature from the earliest days of the genre. From George Tomkyns Chesney’s The Battle of Dorking and H.G. Well’s War of the Worlds & War In the Air to Robert Heinlein’s Starship Troopers to Jack Campbell’s Lost Fleet Series and Dan Abnett’s Embedded, science fiction literature has long had something to say about war in its. Now, it’s time to tell some new stories. War Stories is an anthology coming from Apex Publications that looks to the modern state and the future of war through the words of some of the best short fiction authors writing today.
Our cover art is by the fantastic, Hugo Award winning artist Galen Dara, who’s worked for such places as Fireside Magazine, Lightspeed Magazine, Geek Love and Apex’s own Glitter and Mayhem anthology.
Our authors include original and reprint fiction from:
Yoon Ha Lee
James L. Sutter
…and more to be announced soon!
Set your calendars accordingly and get ready for action.
|We have some great new releases for young and middle readers!|
About the Author
Surf journalist DC Green has won multiple big awards, had thousands of articles published in over forty countries and roamed the world’s greatest surf spots with the likes of eleven-times world champion Kelly Slater. Children’s author DC Green has won two very small awards, had five children’s novels published in one country and Kelly Slater no longer returns his calls. DC doesn’t mind. He loves motivating even the most reluctant of readers and writers. His school shows, that have toured through every Australian state, have been acclaimed as ‘bizarre, egotistical, enthralling, funny and not to be missed’, while DC’s humorous fantasy Erasmus James series has been hailed ‘the finest written in the history of English literature about mutants chooks and ninja horses’.
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Blackshaw Theatre’s ‘An Audience with the Ghost Finder’ is returning for three nights from 22nd to 24th October, 2013 at The Etcetera Theatre, Camden as part of the London Horror Festival. Originally performed at the Wandsworth Arts Festival, M.J.Starling’s play received rave reviews. Described as Sherlock Holmes meets Ghostbusters, this is an original tale of William Hope Hodgson’s classic character, Carnacki the Ghost Finder.
An Audience with the Ghost Finder by M.J.Starling
22 – 24 October 2013, 9.30pm
Blackshaw Theatre at The Etcetera Theatre, 265 Camden High Street, London, NW1 7BU, UK
Tickets price £12 (concessions £10)
Boxoffice: 020 7482 4857
Tickets available on-line at:
“A theatrical gem” – Public Reviews
“great fun…pitched perfectly” – Stage to Page
“silly and fast-paced…at times, even rather creepy” – A Younger Theatre
Further information is available on line at http://www.blackshawonline.com but please do not hesitate to contact me if you would like more information.
OCTOBER • 10TH • 2013
On October 27th, Pump Six
by Paolo Bacigalupi
will be will be the Sci-Fi
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The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All
by Laird Barron
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(deal expires October 31st)
Q. Out of all of your books, which book (or series) is your most favorite?
A. Difficult call since I have many favorites for different reason. Of my past books they would be The Skinner and Brass Man, of the three coming out it’s The Departure, but now of course, my favorite is what I’m now working on.
Q. What is your inspiration behind the Owner Series?
A. I wanted to try something different from my usual Polity stories and, just like my Spatterjay series, found inspiration from a few of my previous short stories. These appeared in my collection The Engineer and its second version The Engineer ReConditioned and are Proctors, The Owner and Tiger Tiger.
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This month was a great month for Night Shade Books. We secured a deal of the month with Amazon for Laid Barron’s The Beautiful Thing That Await Us all. This is just one of the many marketing efforts Anjelica Jones is securing for our authors. Our Halloween contest has received an overwhelming amount of submissions.Start Publishing’s Meghan Kilduff is actively acquiring Night Shade titles for next year. I encourage everyone to reach out to her with new submissions. We look forward to next year’s releases.
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Wow! There’s more content here at Amazing Stories than at Locus and F&SF combined! How does publisher Steve Davidson manage to do it all…and for free. Just out of the gate he is already managing to outdistance all of the competition. I can’t wait to see and read what is next.