An excerpt from Gary K. Wolf’s third Roger Rabbit novel. This time with Gary Cooper, not to mention our favorite slobbering rabbit and his too good to be a toon wife, Jessica.
Coming Monday: An excerpt from Who Wacked Roger Rabbit? by Gary K. Wolf
Ricardo reports on the on-going progress of Celsius 232, coverage of SFnal things in mainstream media, a writer’s workshop and the serialization of Lopez Nevado’s Gossip Bible
Tanya rounds up the most popular posts of May for our Spanish speaking audience.
An excerpt from Dianne Lynn Gardner’s YA tale of a dystopian future in which everyone may be a GMO experiment.
An excerpt from the newly released Star Kings trilogy by one of SF’s original star-slingers and galaxy-smashers – Edmond Hamilton!
Edmond Hamilton’s Future History of the Star Kings
Tanya covers highlights of the past month for our friends who speak and read in spanish
SPECIAL NOTE: Fantastic Books, publishers of Chuck Rothman’s Staroamer’s Fate and Syron’s Fate, has made two copies of Staroamer’s Fate available and we’re going to give them away. Leave a comment here (related to the excerpt, […]
Texans will often joke about being a “semi-autonomous republic” in relation to the U.S. But what would be the real effects, and outcome, in the future if Texas were to try to secede? And how would that history be written later?
Pixie Noir by Cedar Sanderson is a joyous romp and a fresh take on fantasy. Be prepared, you’ll be wanting to read more.
Much as I loved Heinlein’s juveniles (Podkayne of Mars, Farmer in the Sky, etc) I became obsessed with Simak. The Way Station stories blew me away, and City was, and probably still is, one of my top ten favourite science fiction novels.
This week’s excerpt brings us a darkly emotional tale…
This excerpt is from early in “The Sacred Band,” our mythic novel that begins in 338 BCE on the battlefield of Chaeronea. There, Tempus’ Sacred Band of Stepsons rescue twenty-three pairs of doomed warriors and take these survivors of the Theban Sacred Band to Sanctuary, the town that the shared-universe Thieves World® made famous.
“Hunting monsters is my business.” It’s more than a catch phrase that Monster Hunter Mordecai Slate uses. It’s a way of life—a way that is sorely tested when a wealthy New Mexican ranchero hires him to track down the vampire who ravished his daughter.
Witches and Fish is a visual feast, a graphic novel that treads strange worlds where sorceresses and fish sing siren songs…
Thom Blood is the second installment in the Blood Underground series by author Terence Jackson. Blood Underground chronicles the lives of a particular clan of vampires and their minions who inhabit the unused and deserted train tunnels that crisscross underneath the city of London.
Geoff Wakeling is an author and gardener from London, using the land of SF and fantasy to escape the city buzz. Wakeling’s work is often distinguished by the wonderful creatures and wildlife that appear on […]
Edited by Hannah Strom-Martin & Erin Underwood Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction includes 33 original short stories and poems that spark the imagination, twist the heart, and make us yearn for the possibilities […]
SOMETIMES FRIENDSHIPS ARE FORGED IN BLOOD Two men who hate each other. One impossible mission. A legend in the making. Synopsis Hadrian Blackwater, a warrior with nothing to fight for is paired with Royce Melborn, […]
SORCERER: A Novel of Queen Elizabeth’s Alchemist SYNOPSIS: Based on a true story, the novel describes an early scientist’s descent into mysticism and madness. The year is 1584. John Dee, the greatest scholar of his […]
THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE WORLD An urban fantasy novel by Douglas Smith (Estimated release date: Summer 2013) Set in modern day Northern Canada, THE WOLF AT THE END OF THE WORLD is […]