In Issue #5 of Astounding Frontiers we bring you more pulpy goodness with stories from Julie Frost, Arlan Andrews and Patrick S. Baker as well as continuing serials from Ben Wheeler, Corey McCleery and David Hallquist. We also have another article from Pulp expert Jeffro Johnson and a fun poem by myself that should be familiar to long-term followers of this blog
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Artwork by Lee Madison, video edited by Ben Zwycky
sound effects based on samples from Youtube open library, Soundbible.com and recordings by Ben Zwycky.
Meteor effect from footagecrate.com
Music: Epic Unease by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com/) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
Astounding Frontiers Issue 4 is now available for purchase on Amazon, featuring stories by Brian Niemeier, Julie Frost, David Hallquist, Ben Wheeler and Corey McCleery and an article from the Professor of Pulp himself, Jeffro Johnson! Suit up and enjoy!
Tomorrow at 10am Eastern Time (note the change from the usual time of 3pm Eastern Time!) there will be a SuperversiveSF Livestream to celebrate today’s launch of Tales of the Once and Future King, masterfully edited by Anthony and Mariel Marchetta and featuring a reprint of “The Beast”, originally serialized on this blog and featured in Selected Verse: Heroes and Wonders. Anthony, myself, L.Jagi Lamplighter and other contributors to the anthology will be there to discuss the book and all that went into it. It’s sure to be an interesting and fun time, so head on over to superversivesf.com tomorrow to listen in.
Astounding Frontiers Issue 3 is out now on Amazon. Experience post-apocalyptic battles against carnivorous chickenmen, razor storms, vicious chitinous cave creatures, being trapped at the bottom of an impossibly deep ocean, a motorcycle chase across the plains and valleys of Mars, and more!
The magnificent anthology of Arhturian Tales masterfully edited by Anthony Marchetta (to which I contributed an story from a time so far in the mythic past that it’s not even in prose), is now available for pre-order at Amazon