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|Happy 106th Birthday JACK WILLIAMSON! (b. April 29, 1908)
| We posted this to the Haffner Press Facebook page on April 29th, but we’re still recovering from recent travels as well as exhibiting at the Windy City Pulp & Paper Convention, so please forgive the lateness of our sharing this info. On April 2nd, at the 2014 Jack Williamson Lectureship,Eastern New Mexico University held readings from the fiction of Jack Williamson. To celebrate Jack Williamson’s 106th birthday, and to help spread the word about the work of this wonderful writer, Haffner Press is announcing its First. Ever. SALE!
SEVENTY-FIVE: THE DIAMOND ANNIVERSARY OF A SCIENCE FICTION PIONEER (celebrating JW’s 75 years of publishing) and THE WORLDS OF JACK WILLIAMSON: A CENTENNIAL TRIBUTE(commemorating JW’s 100th birthday in 2008). Both volumes are over 600 pages each and contain an amazing selection of classic stories, modern tales, and togetherâ€”eight NEW and previously unpublished stories (including a collaboration with Edmond Hamilton)!
Never to be repeated, this sale is a a great chance to get some great stories at a great price. Let us influence your buying decision with the following motivators:
** Only want one of the two titles? No problem — the ordering links are set to offer the 50% discount on one or both books!
Meanwhile, these three Jack Williamson titles are in SHORT SUPPLY. FYI, Jack Williamson was recently nominated for a 1939 Retro Hugo Award for BEST NOVEL of 1938 for THE LEGION OF TIME. Outside of the original serialization in three issues ofAstounding Stories, SPIDER ISLAND is the only place to read the original text of this ground-breaking adventure of multiple/possible time-streams.
Just to let you know that we have the Russian Roskon Awards now up on the summer edition (we don’t think any other English language SF site has these)
Ditto the Mir Fantastika listings
Ditto the Bastkon Awards
|In about 2 weeks it goes down.
Find your equilibrium at the 2014 East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention! Bring your costume, your artwork, your story ideas, or your pa…ECBACC -East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention
MAY 2014 NEWSLETTER
|Dear Readers,This month we bring you three great deals (plus the absolutely free ebook for May).
First, we have the latest mixed bundle sale of books where you buy the bundle for whatever price you want (nominal minimums apply). This month we are featuring a work by George R. R. Martin (author of A Game of Thrones), plus a true classic, Dark Universe by Daniel F. Galouye.
Check it out!
The May issue of Galaxy’s Edge is now live (free online). It has some great stories, including ones by Robert Silverberg, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, David Brin and a brand new story by Nancy Kress (plus new material by up-and-coming authors Tina Gower, Tom Gerencer, and Alex Shvartsman).
This month we also introduce a new feature … an interview with a noteworthy SF/Fantasy individual. May’s issue has an interview with Gene Wolfe (by Joy Ward, who joins our regular contributing staff).
Finally, we are also now offering paper subscriptions for those of you who prefer a more traditional mode of reading.
EBOOK OF THE MONTH
As you know, last month we changed the mechanics of how we distribute our free ebook and we are continuing the coupon-free way of doing things.
To get your book, look for the link on our online catalogue page (under the cover art, as usual) or go directly to
BUT WAIT, there’s MORE.
Get The Warlock in Spite of Himself PLUS two sequels for one low price.