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21st Century Wonder Stories: Call For Submissions

We are looking for 21st Century Pulp Revival stories.  Who’s we?  Well, there’s me, Rawle Nyanzi,  Kevyn Winkless, and Sky Hernstrom. There is also a good chance that, once complete, the anthology will be published by Superversive Press. Right now … Continue reading

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I am interviewed by Scott Cole

I ramble about Old Buildings, New Wave, Borrowed Concepts, and Blue Movies on the Castalia House blog.

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New Blog up on Castalia House

I have never owned a Dungeon Masters Guide.

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Put some Wolff in your stocking!

Mike Wolff is an author that I admire because he has a very delicate touch, as opposed to my own rather ham-fisted style. I reviewed Guiding Council Of Myths And Urban Legends  and while I haven’t gotten around to reviewing … Continue reading

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Some Notes Towards A Pulp Revival Manifesto

In yesterday’s post I wrote about the Pulp Revival, and I–rather off the top of my head–listed a handful of characteristics of what I consider the Pulp Revival Aesthetic.  I would like to discuss that list in more detail today. … Continue reading

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A Hill of Stars, By Misha Burnett

Cirsova magazine now has my short story from Issue #1 up on the website. Source: A Hill of Stars, By Misha Burnett

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Publishing: Self, Subsidy, Vanity and Traditional

Recently I ran across this column: “I Lost $6,500 on My Last Book Launch”. Reading both the article and the comments, I was struck once again by how different people use the phrase “self-publishing” to mean different things. What it … Continue reading

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