If John Bunyan had dropped acid while writing The Pilgrim’s Progress…
50s redux – Super Science Fiction!
Fiction River kicks off its third year of publication
The latest Retrieval Artist novel – Starbase Human – will throw you some curves.
Three really great Kickstarter campaigns you ought to know about.
The Peyti Crisis: Rusch deftly manages to handle a large cast of characters without missing a beat
Space Pirates! (Really. What more do you need than to hear those two words? Arrrrrrrrr shiver me airlocks and space the scurvy dogs!
Rusch pulls off another taught thriller with A Murder of Clones.
Will any Indie offerings make it on the Hugo ballot?
Science Fiction meets the Private Eye in KK Rusch’s Anniversary Day saga.
Dietrich’s first book is the short novel The Seals of Abgal. It’s a combination of Sumerian and Norse mythology. Now that’s not a combination you see everyday.
A review of some Seasonal fiction.
Earlier this year, Hardy showed his versatility with a very different type of historical fantasy, “Red Shadows, Green Hell”.
Keith West begins a series looking at “teaser” fiction from the indie publishing world.
Keith takes a break from reviewing and asks readers a question.
The days are growing shorter. The air has a crisp bite to it. It’s time to settle back with something good to read. It’s time to relax. Don’t worry about that scraping sound at the window. It’s just a branch that needs trimming. Probably.
David West’s work – a bit like the early work of Henry Kuttner
A review of some current crowdfunding publishing projects
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Given that there is a strong recursive strain in science fiction, it was only a matter of time until a book about crowdfunding was published via crowdfunding.
Fiction RIver has been a huge success, particularly in introducing a diversity of themes.
A review of a poetry collection that includes a few directly inspired by the works of Lord Dunsany and H. P. Lovecraft.
Collected works from the Bard’s Bard – Lee Martindale
A review of the final installment of the Blood and Tears Trilogy
Keith is a little busy the days of summer; he’ll tide you over with a few suggested reads.
The internet does wonderful things: like bringing works published in other countries to our attention.
An interview with the fiendish minds behind Ragnarok Publications – Tim Marquitz and Joe Martin
Three men writing a weird western featuring a young woman of mixed race and pulling it off well. Spit that into your spittoon!
An interview with Robert MacAnthony, founder of the new speculative fiction small press Long Count Press.
Shadows of a Fading World is the first anthology from Long Count Press. For a first anthology, it’s pretty impressive. It contains seven stories of varying length, mostly novelette/novella, set in the last days of the world.
A review of Empty Hearts by Mark Finn, a collection of stories.