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An Instructive Listing of the Pests of Tabat, being Pamphlet #2 of the fifth series of “A Visitor’s Guide to Tabat,” Spinner Press, author unknown. The newcomer to Tabat will find the pests they are accustomed to: fleas, lice, and … Continue reading →
Advertisement plastered on Spinner Press’s reading wall: Bella Kanto’s most notable adventures, now available in a special omnibus edition of the Tales of Kanto! Color plates include portraits of Kanto in both Winter’s armor and standard Arena gear. Edition includes: … Continue reading →
A Brief Treatise on Magical Energy and The Practice of Eating Beasts, Being A Primer for Elementary Students of the College of Mages by Sebastiano Silvercloth (private publication of the College of Mages) To understand the basic principle behind this … Continue reading →
Addressed to Alberic, 23rd Duke of Tabat, Commander of its Navies and Armies, and Peace-Keeper in the fourth month of winter of Year 299 of Tabat’s Rule We trust that this letter finds His Grace well. Because we are so … Continue reading →
From March 30 through April 3, 2015, my novelette, “Narrative of a Beast’s Life,” is free on the Kindle. It deals with the existence of a kidnapped and enslaved centaur and originally appeared in the print magazine Realms of Fantasy … Continue reading →
Here’s where I’ll be this year at Norwescon. For most of the panels, the title seems self-explanatory. I suspect that “Worth the Dues?” will be about SFWA. Diversity in Spec Fic Publishing Fri 2:00pm-3:00pm – Cascade 3&4 Dennis R. Upkins … Continue reading →
One of the questions that’s come up repeatedly as a result of the recent vote to admit indie and small press published members: why join at all? I joined as soon as I was qualified because Ann Crispin told me … Continue reading →
Everyone always wants to know the writer’s writing origins, when for many of us we can’t recall the first time we scratched out a story. Was it a moment of inspiration, they want to know, a story we’d run across … Continue reading →
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