I found this lovely video of Gunsmoke & Dragonfire author Carrie Gessner sharing three things that she thinks are great about fantasy. I agree! Check it out!
We’re in the home stretch of our Kickstarter, but there’s still time to lend your support! Check out our great rewards! For the last week, we’re offering HANDBOUND COPIES of Gunsmoke & Dragonfire! You would be crazy not to take advantage of this if you love books! And of course, a limited supply of a library of paperback books, plus ebook caches, are still available!
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Howdy folks! Happy Friday! First, I have exciting news on G&D to share! New York Times bestselling author Diana Paxson, best known for her Chronicles of Westeria & co-writing the Mists of Avalon series, has joined our team! She is contributing a story that hasn’t seen publication in more than 20 years, which is perfect for our anthology. I’m so excited!
And, here’s your book trailer drop! This one features the steampunk/cattlepunk stories from the book! Featured Authors: Liam Hogan, Stanley B. Webb, Paul Alex Gray. Enjoy!
Get the book HERE at a special February pre-order price!
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In all the excitement, I just about missed Release Day for Cities of Dust, Planes of Light! Published in a limited-edition of only 125 copies, with 25 being available with commemorative postcards for the stories, this science fantasy anthology from Air & Nothingness Press features stories by Samantha L. Barrett, Sarah Daly, Jamie Lackey, Cat […]
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Deadline extended to December 31 2018! Rosalind’s Siblings is an anthology of speculative stories about people of marginalized genders/sexes who are scientists: scientists doing good, changing the world, or just getting on with their work of expanding human knowledge in a speculative context, presented in a positive light. This anthology…
By Kate Elliot The cold equations of “realism,” some claim, suggest there is little scope for women taking an active and interesting role in epic stories set in fantasy worlds based in a pre-modern era. Women’s lives in the past were limited, constrained, and passive, they say. To include multiple female characters in dynamic roles […]
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Cat Rambo, in addition to having the coolest name ever, has been an active part of SF/F for about as long as I can remember. She’s served in SFWA, and is currently running for president of the organization. She edited Fantasy Magazine. She’s a prolific author. And she has the best hair! I’m happy to welcome her to […]
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By J.K. Ullrich Indie authorship seems to have exacerbated my penchant for masochism: I can’t help looking at the bestseller lists, even though it only leaves me sad that my books aren’t on them! Browsing the top titles a few weeks ago, the blurb for Dan Brown’s latest novel Origin caught my eye. After reconnecting with one […]
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