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Adventure Stories For Young Readers Deadline Extended

Since there are several people who have said they want to submit, but didn’t have time before the 15th, I have decided to extend the submission window the 25th of May. I am partnering with Cedar Sanderson’s newly formed Sanderley … Continue reading

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Adventure Stories For Young Readers

I am partnering with Cedar Sanderson’s newly formed Sanderley Studios to produce a collection of short fiction for young readers. I am looking for exciting adventure stories that showcase (but not preach) virtues, suitable for boys and girls in their … Continue reading

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Wylding Hall

This, in my opinion, is Weird Fiction done right. First, it works as Fiction, without the Weird. That is to say, it’s a story about a Folk Rock Band who rented a house in the countryside in the early 1970s … Continue reading

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Tales Of Yog Sothoth

I was sent a review copy of this book by one of the contributors. “Lovecraftian” is one of those overused adjectives that people trot out to mean a lot of different things. The stories in this collection are linked by … Continue reading

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Adventure Stories For Young Readers

I am partnering with Cedar Sanderson’s newly formed Sanderley Studios to produce a collection of short fiction for young readers. I am looking for exciting adventure stories that showcase (but not preach) virtues, suitable for boys and girls in their … Continue reading

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A Truly Steller Achievement

Ninety authors. Nearly two hundred stories. Eleven volumes. Tuscany Bay’s Planetary Anthology Series is now complete. This is really an extraordinary body of work. Originally conceived by Superversive Press and then handed off to Tuscany Bay Books, it has been … Continue reading

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Lab Day

I am in a new collection. The ebook has just gone live, the paperback should be coming soon. As the cover implies, this is the second volume in a series. The editors got so many quality submissions that they decided … Continue reading

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You Can Do Anything In A Game (But You Can’t Do That)

Last night, on Roll20, I was part of another one-shot playtest of Venger Satanis‘ Crimson Dragon Slayer system. This one got… weird. Now that, in itself, was not unexpected, but the way in which it got weird was interesting. There … Continue reading

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Strange Days Waiting: The stories of Endless Summer

The Kickstarter for my latest short fiction collection,  Endless Summer,  is now live. Now, I’ve gone on record in this blog as saying that I am not a Science Fiction writer. So what does it mean that this collection is … Continue reading

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This is how you run an RPG, people.

Last night, on Roll20, I was part of a one-shot playtest of Venger Satanis‘ Crimson Dragon Slayer system. CDS is a “rules light OSR game ruleset”–but that description doesn’t do it justice. Think back to playing with toys as a … Continue reading

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