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JEAN AND JEFF SUTTON were a man-and-wife writing team who made their home in San Diego, California. A Marine, ex-newspaperman and the author of 23 novels, Mr. Sutton was an editorial consultant in the aerospace field. Mrs. Sutton taught high school social studies in San Diego, California. Castalia House is introducing Castalia Classics in March, […]

Writing (Black Gate): The hardboiled school was born in the page of Black Mask Magazine under the editorship of George W. Sutton, with Carroll John Daly’s “Three Gun Terry” (which I wrote about here…) and “Kings of the Open Palm,” and Dashiell Hammett’s “Arson Plus,” appearing in 1923. In 1924, Sutton resigned and circulation editor Phil Cody […]

Arkhaven has not been standing pat despite a few unexpected curve balls slowing it down. The answer to last week’s oft-heard question, “when will Alt-Hero #3 be available on the Arkhaven Direct store?” turns out to be “today”. We had a bizarre problem where entering the ISBN number to load the book into our inventory […]

The U.S. mission to the Moon was top secret, and yet somehow, the enemy not only found out about it, but managed to assassinate the mission’s commander. Now Adam Crag has the responsibility for commanding the first manned mission to the Moon… but when Aztec gets there, will they be alone? FIRST ON THE MOON by […]

Book List

Sunday , 26, March 2017 Comments Off on Book List

This is the current list of all books presently published by Castalia House: Science Fiction and Military Science Fiction Awake in the Night Land by John C. Wright City Beyond Time: Tales of the Fall of Metachronopolis by John C. Wright Somewhither: A Tale of the Unwithering Realm by John C. Wright Back From the […]

The Black Friday 1+1 sale was so successful that we’ve decided to do it again, only this time there is no limit on the number of ebooks you can get. If you buy 20 Castalia print editions, we’ll send you the 20 different ebooks you want. The only caveats are: The print sales have to […]

The “Closing of the American West” was initially marked at about 1890 or so, when a historian noted that the U.S. Census had measured non-Native populations in pretty much all locations that had been considered “The American Desert” prior to the Civil War. It is an important idea, as the U.S. Frontier is almost entirely […]

Tags are useful, but incomplete. To help you (and me) keep track of some of the ongoing themes, issues and analysis in science fiction, I present this  partial and ongoing index. I will update and link back to it whenever it is appropriate: Decline and Fall of Science Fiction Chatter Before the Coup: 1991 in […]

To say a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, but it is not one half so bad as a lot of ignorance. ~Terry Pratchett   …Good intentions may do as much harm as malevolence if they lack understanding. ~Albert Camus   War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Ignorance is strength. ~George Orwell   The term […]

The air is full of rumours of War. The European nations stand fully armed and prepared for instant mobilisation. Authorities are agreed that a GREAT WAR must break out in the immediate future , and this war will be fought under novel and surprising conditions. All the facts seem to indicate that the coming conflict […]

Astronomy Homeschool bundle

Wednesday , 1, October 2014 Comments Off on Astronomy Homeschool bundle

The complete set of all four books for the Astronomy & Astrophysics course. Also includes bonus astronomy-related science fiction novel, the Castalia Classic First on the Moon by Jeff Sutton.   Astronomy & Astrophysics: Instructor’s Guide Astronomy & Astrophysics: Activity & Lab Book Astronomy & Astrophysics: Examinations Book Astronomy & Astrophysics: Biblical Supplement First on […]

Cowardice is all too common within me, so know that when I write of cowardice, it is not as a judge of men, but as man’s flawed ally against it. I want to be clear about that, before I write this: Damon Knight was a coward, when he could have been a Grandmaster. Setting aside […]