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The tale of the early days of Morlock Ambrosius - master of all magical makers, wandering swordsman, and son of Merlin - concludes! From beyond the northern edge of the world, the Sunkillers (undying enemies of everything that lives and breathes and is an individual) are reaching into the sky of Laent to drain out its light and warmth. Their hope is to scrape sky, land, and sea clean of mortal life and return to where they once dwelled, before the first rising of the sun. Agai ... [read more]
A review of Okla Elliott and Raul Clement's The Doors You Mark Are Your Own
Written by Seregil of Rhiminee (February 7, 2015)
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Okla Elliott and Raul Clement's The Doors You Mark Are Your Own will be published by The Dark House Press (Curbside Splendor Publishing) in March 2015.
Information about the authors:
Okla Elliott is currently an Illinois Distinguished Fellow at the University of Illinois, where he works in the fields of comparative literature and trauma studies. He also holds an MFA in creative writing from Ohio State University. His work has appeared in Another Chicago Magazine, Harvard Review, Indiana Review, The Literary Review, New Letters, A Public Space, The Southeast Review, and Subtropics, among others. He is the author of a collection of short fiction, From the Crooked Timber, and a collection of poetry, The Cartographer's Ink.
Click here to visit Okla Elliott's official website.
Raul Clement lives in Urbana, IL. His fiction, nonfiction, and poetry have been published in Blue Mesa Review, Coe Review, As It Ought to Be, and the Surreal South '09 anthology. He is an editor at New American Press and Mayday Magazine.
Information about The Doors You Mark Are Your Own:
Joshua City is one of seven city-states in a post-apocalyptic world where water is scarce and technology is at mid-twentieth-century Soviet levels. As the novel opens, the Baikal Sea has been poisoned, causing a major outbreak of a flesh-eating disease called nekrosis. Against this backdrop of political corruption, violence and oppression, a struggle for control of Joshua City ensues, and a revolutionary group called The Underground emerges.
The Doors You Mark Are Your Own is a sweeping literary epic - the result of years of painstaking writing and world-building by two brilliantly imaginative minds - that readers will get lost in and never want to end.
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A review of Todd Yunker's Shackleton's Burden
Written by Seregil of Rhiminee (February 6, 2015)
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Todd Yunker's Shackleton's Burden was published in December 2014.
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Todd Yunker is Oregonian and is Salem, Oregon. Todd is an award-winning author of the epic science fiction The Lost Wonder Series, book one Shackleton's Folly. Growing up, Sci-Fi permeated Todd's youth and adolescence. He was an avid reader. He devoured all the books he could find in the library. Todd relished classic Sci-Fi feature films and Japanese monster movies. He indulged his fancy and watched swashbuckler movies of the '30s and '40s influenced his vision of adventure. The raw cynical attitudes and sexual motivations of Film noir influenced his grasp of story over fluff. Todd's study of storytelling brought him to Joseph Cambell鈥檚 The Hero with a Thousand Faces and Christopher Vogler's The Writers Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers. This profound understanding of storytelling has advanced the quality of his work. He would like to know the why don鈥檛 we have our flying cars?
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SHACKLETON'S BURDEN is a science fiction novelette that starts the stalking of the adventurous Alec Shackleton through the Eleven Wonders of the Universe with a ragtag team, his side-kick Dancer, a cocky android. Their quest: to find technology left behind by the fallen Empire of the First Ones in the far reaches of the galaxy.
Alec Shackleton spent his youth bouncing from one planetary system to another with his father on expeditions. Alec had likened it to searching for the real Charon, the actual ferryman at the river Styx. He couldn't keep his father鈥檚 dream anymore, so he left and broke out on his own to make a life for himself.
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GIVEAWAY: Rudy Ch. Garcia's The Closet of Discarded Dreams
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A young Chicano battles insanity in a surreal world where everyone endlessly relives humankind's abandoned dreams. Except for him. Will VN vet fraggers, Lenny Bruce, a Midget Godzilla, vampires, Neanderthals, a Black leper, Marilyn Monroe, Che, and Chrisie the Bruiser prove foes or allies? When the rebellious captive discovers special powers, his desire to escape contends with empathy for the Dreampeople. But can he create his own identity and rally them to overcome the Closet's mysterious secret?
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A review of Rudy Ch. Garcia's The Closet of Discarded Dreams
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Rudy Ch. Garcia's The Closet of Discarded Dreams was published by Damnation Books in September 2012.
Information about Rudy Ch. Garcia:
Rudy Ch. Garcia's noir detective story, LAX Confidential ('08) and his Southwest fantasy, Memorabilia (honorable mention in Writers Digest competition) appeared in anthologies. His SF-fantasy flash fiction, A Grain of Life is viewable at AntiqueChildren.com ('09), and a humor-fantasy-horror, Weird Ronnie, took first place in an AlternateSpecies.com competition in Britain. The fantasy story, Mr. Sumac, published 2012. His SF short, Last Call for Ice Cream was published by Rudy Rucker, Sr., on his Flurb webzine #13, 3/12.
Garcia is a quasi-ex-member of the Northern Colorado Writers Workshop, holds a B.A. in writing from the University of Colorado-Denver and works as a Denver-area bilingual elementary teacher.
He is a founder-contributor to http://www.LaBloga.blogspot.com, a Chicano literary website.
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Information about The Closet of Discarded Dreams:
A young Chicano battles insanity in a surreal world where everyone endlessly relives humankind's abandoned dreams. Except for him. Will VN vet fraggers, Lenny Bruce, a Midget Godzilla, vampires, Neanderthals, a Black leper, Marilyn Monroe, Che, and Chrisie the Bruiser prove foes or allies? When the rebellious captive discovers special powers, his desire to escape contends with empathy for the Dreampeople. But can he create his own identity and rally them to overcome the Closet's mysterious secret?
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A review of David Edison's The Waking Engine
Written by Seregil of Rhiminee (January 29, 2015)
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David Edison's The Waking Engine was published by Tor Books (UK website / US website / Tor/Forge Blog) in February 2014. The paperback edition will be published in May 2015.
Information about David Edison:
David Edison was born in Saint Louis, Missouri. In other lives, he has worked in many flavors of journalism and is editor of the LGBTQ video game news site GayGamer.net. He currently divides his time between New York City and San Francisco. The Waking Engine is his first novel.
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A stunning debut fantasy in the tradition of China Mi茅ville and Jeff VanderMeer
Welcome to the City Unspoken, where Gods and Mortals come to die.
Contrary to popular wisdom, death is not the end, nor is it a passage to some transcendent afterlife. Those who die merely awake as themselves on one of a million worlds, where they are fated to live until they die again, and wake up somewhere new. All are born only once, but die many times... until they come at last to the City Unspoken, where the gateway to True Death can be found.
Wayfarers and pilgrims are drawn to the City, which is home to murderous aristocrats, disguised gods and goddesses, a sadistic faerie princess, immortal prostitutes and queens, a captive angel, gangs of feral Death Boys and Charnel Girls... and one very confused New Yorker.
Late of Manhattan, Cooper finds himself in a City that is not what it once was. The gateway to True Death is failing, so that the City is becoming overrun by the Dying, who clot its byzantine streets and alleys... and a spreading madness threatens to engulf the entire metaverse.
Richly imaginative, The Waking Engine is a stunning debut by a major new talent.
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