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Thomas P. Kelley’s “A Million Years in the Future” is the greatest of his three novels to appear in Weird Tales. It originally appeared as a four-part serial from the January to July 1940 issues. Kelley was a Canadian author who came along after the deaths of Robert E. Howard and H. P. Lovecraft to […]

The newest offering from DMR Books is Swordsmen from the Stars. This book collects three novellas by Poul Anderson that originally appeared in the magazine Planet Stories, all in 1951. Anderson was one of the stalwarts if not the main writer for Planet Stories in the early 1950s. He wrote adventurous space opera for the most […]

There is a rush discovering unknown or obscure fiction in your favorite genre.  Sometimes you find a great story in an anthology or collection. You find that digest or pulp magazine that contains a story you never heard of that pushes all the right buttons. Swords & Sorcery, The Fantastic Swordsmen, The Young Magicians, Swords […]

To save a world… …he must rely on God. After years of fighting for justice with his deadly nanotech, Templar Drin abandons his post, crash landing on a desert world controlled by a tyrannical alien empire. Its inhabitants are forced into slavery, broken where a once-proud race cultivated its lands. For the first time in […]

The book that they said would never be produced has, in fact, been published! ALT-HERO Volume 1 is now available on Amazon in both hardcover and in paperback. Written by Vox Day and featuring the art of Cliff Cosmic and Richard Bonk, the first of the Alt★Hero Collections collects the first six issues of Arkhaven’s flagship comic book series,  Alt★Hero, […]

An Equation of Almost Infinite Complexity is now available in audiobook+. If you’re potentially interested in this very funny and very Canadian satire, you can listen to a nearly two-hour free sample  at Unauthorized. When the devil moves in next door to Cooper Smith Cooper’s house, Cooper doesn’t know what to make of him at first. But […]

Explorers, pirates, outcasts, and peacemakers drift through this week’s list of science fiction’s new releases. The Emperor’s Fist (The Far Stars #4) – Jay Allan When the Far Stars came under imperial attack, Astra Lucerne—the daughter and successor of the Far Stars’ greatest conqueror—Marshal Augustin Lucerne—rallied her father’s confederation forces to defend their worlds. They […]

Pre-Flood Giants, superhero brawlers, and Monster Hunters fight it out in this week’s fantasy and adventure new releases. Cain (Lost Civilizations #8) – Vaughn Heppner Fallen angels came to earth seeking the most beautiful women, having children by them, the Nephilim. The fallen angels left, but their demonic offspring remained, thirsting to conquer the Pre-Cataclysmic World […]

Deep space scavengers, beleaguered couriers, and Die Hard in Space tower in this week’s science fiction new releases.  Beyond the Edge (The Backworlds #4) – M. Pax Some truths are better left unfound. For two years Craze’s dear friend, Lepsi, has been missing. The murmurings of a haunted spaceship might be a message and may […]

Gamers trapped in their favorite game worlds, xianxia cultivation adepts, freed Janissaries, and sellsword relic hunters feature in this week’s fantasy new releases. Raze (The Completionist Chronicles #4) – Dakota Krout Humanity on the run. Desperate base building. Dark deeds done during daylight. Joe has started to draw attention to himself and his abilities. While […]

Alien abductions, miscalculated jumps to hyperspace, and the forge of the Terran Armor Corps feature in this week’s science fiction new releases. Beast Mode (A Cauldron of Stars #3) – Felix R. Savage A new breed of immortal villains threatens the Cluster… …and only one man can stop them. Racing against spooks and space pirates, […]

Dungeon core factories, ghost machines, and vampire councils feature in this week’s fantasy new releases. The Depth of Deceit (Elder Stones #5) – D. K. Holmberg With the threat of another attack, Haern must use his new abilities to make a dangerous gambit. Doing so requires he trust someone who has betrayed him once before, […]