Planetary: Jupiter

The planetary anthology series is back, with stories of fatherhood, leadership and the king of planets.

Revolution deep in the forgotten oceans of Europa, getting shipwrecked on Ganymede, an ode to Io, harvesting diamond snow from the Jovian poles, Arthurian intrigues played out across Jovian moons, a man torn between loyalty to his beloved and his werewolf pack, hiding from a robot coup on an abandoned station, betrayal at the siege of Troy, astrologers playing politics and far more.

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Jupiter images courtesy of NASA Juno Mission.
Lounge, balcony and bridge background images from pixabay.
Public domain recording of Holst’s The Planets – Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity by USAF Heritage of America Band.
Galactic Cruiser model by Herminio Nieves.
Cover Art by Lee Madison.

Animation, effects, video and audio editing in blender, Hit Film Pro and Audacity by Ben Zwycky.

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Astounding Frontiers Issue 2 is Out!

Dull and Preachy stories beware…

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:

Now is the time to Buy For Steam and Country

The latest release from Superversive Press is now live and available for purchase. THe more people that buy the book today, the higher the book’s rank will go on Amazon, leading to more visibility on the site and more sales as more people are given the opportunity to discover its awesomeness.

 

Please also share around the book’s promotional video as widely as you can, so people can get an idea of what sort of adventures to expect: