Astounding Frontiers Issue 2 is now out on amazon, featuring stories by Dragon Award Winner Brian Niemeier, Karl Gallacher, Scott Washam and Russel May. The serials by John C. Wright, Ben Wheeler, Nick Cole and Jason Anspach continue, and the cover features the beginning of a new serial by SuperversiveSF contributor Corey McCleery, whose awesome dad has been helping me with music videos. (there are more to come of those) Click on the image below to grab yourself a copy for the low, low price of $2.99!For those of you who’d like a more epic version of the above video, using some music by the ever-excellent Kevin Macleod, your wish is granted:
The nomination phase of the Dragon Award has ended, and the nominations, together with the recommendations of the Superversive Crew, can be found here.
I will be at this year’s DragonCon, along with numerous other members of the Superversive Crew and the CLFA, and not just for the award ceremony, but shall be attending all four days (this will be my first time at a con, as well as my first time in the US), though only as a regular visitor, I was unable to secure attending professional status. If you’d like a chance to meet me, then there’s still time to purchase a membership there.
I will be offline for the next week, so will be unable to respond to any questions until I get back.
After creating promo videos for other people’s books, I thought it was about time that I made one for one of my own. I hope you agree it captures the mystery and wonder that the book itself evokes in its readers so far.
As if the new version of Sci Phi Journal wasn’t enough, in just three days Superversive Press is going to launch the new Space Opera/Space Romance/Pulp magazine Astounding Frontiers, featuring serialized stories by not one but two Dragon Award winners:
Nowhither, the long-awaited sequel to John C. Wright’s Dragon Award-winning Somewhither,
Galactic Outlaws by Nick Cole and Jason Anspach, Book Two in the Galaxy’s Edge series (Book One being Amazon bestseller Legionnaire)
besides many more fun and imaginative stories by a variety of talented authors, both established and new talent.
Sci Phi Journal is under new management, with a new look and new business strategy, though many of the old staff have stayed on, including myself. All the subscriber-only stories from the previous website are now free to read, other changes to how things will move forward can be found here: