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Avalon 3.11: Festival of Marriage, part 1 of 5

After 2563 BC, Egypt. Kairos lifetime 44: Teti, the Lion in the Sky Recording …

“Egypt,” Lincoln said. “Definitely Egypt.”

“I think even the horses could have told you that much,” Lockhart said. 853 more words

Fantasy

You'll Always Be A Bastard.

Horror is the bastard child of creative expression. I say that because most folks look down their noses as it and dismiss it as the depraved ramblings and juvenile fantasies of people not fit to walk amongst the general population. 1,153 more words

Creative Writing

Crooked, A High Concept Fizzle

Austin Grossman’s new novel, Crooked, re-imagines the life of Richard M. Nixon, 37th President of the U.S.A., as a character as complex and repellent as the best biographies would have us believe, but also as the lead character in an Occult Cold War against the Soviets. 349 more words

Reviews

John Scalzi and Tad Williams at Kepler's Bookstore

Speculative fiction authors John Scalzi and Tad Williams sat down at Kepler’s Books in the Bay Area to discuss writing, touring, military science fiction, and John Scalzi’s ukulele. 8 more words

Tad Williams

Empire's Hostage: A Speculative Fiction Novel in Installments: Chapter 1, part 3,

Fatigue and apprehension began to dull my mind. The northmen joined us, and after some further conversation among the leaders, Birel – Casyn’s soldier-servant – led us through a warren of passages to our beds for the night. 2,489 more words

Author

Meet The Immortals -- Harlow C. Fallon

We’ve reached the halfway mark on authors featured in the upcoming anthology, The Immortality Chronicles. Today I have the privilege of introducing Harlow C. Fallon. 786 more words

Science Fiction