Eric John Stark was born on Mercury to miners who died in a cave-in. He was brought up by Mercurian aborigines and given the name N’Chaka, meaning “the man without a tribe”. Stark becomes a wanderer, a warrior, a rebel, and ultimately a legend.
Last night we published the complete tales of Jirel of Joiry by C.L. Moore.
Right before Thanksgiving we published Death’s Halo by Robert Leslie Bellem. It features four stories from the casebook of one of our favorite detectives – Dan Turner. We’ve written about Dan here. And between his fondness for Vat 69 and all of the delishful dames he encounters, Dan is still not politically correct.
Octopus of Crime Published
This morning we published the first of our upcoming Secret Agent “X” novels, Octopus of Crime
The Skylark of Space Published
The Skylark of Space by E.E. ‘Doc’ Smith and Lee Hawkins Garby has been published and it’s available here.
Something must have been in the water when they were preparing the August, 1928 issue of Amazing Stories because that issue has both the first installment of “The Skylark of Space”, and the first “Buck Rogers” novel, “Armageddon 2419 A.D.”
We’ve published Raiders of Rifle Rock by Lee E. Wells. Raiders introduces a new Western hero, Wayne Morgan, the Masked Rider. Morgan comes out of the tradition of the masked avenger Zorro. Morgan and his constant companion Blue Hawk the Yaqui Indian, are always ready to right wrongs and avenge injustices.
We’re very pleased to be working on The Skylark of Space by E.E. “Doc” Smith. We’re using the version published in Amazing Stories in 1928.
Oct. 31, 2017 Dreams and Horror – Two Stories by H.P. Lovecraft was published today and is available here. This ebook contains of two of Lovecraft’s most important Cthulhu Mythos stories, The Dunwich Horror and The Dreams in the Witch-House.
Oct. 24, 2017 We’ve just published Early Cthulhu Stories by H.P. Lovecraft which is available here. Lovecraft, probably the most influential horror writer of our times developed the Cthulhu Mythos, a set of stories that became a shared fictional universe, in the 1920s. The Cthulhu Mythos was named after the seminal novelette, The Call of …
We’ve published The Black Gargoyle and Other Stories by Hugh B. Cave
Friday, October 13, 2017
We’ve just published the Duel of the Sorcerers by Paul Ernst
Oct. 10, 2017 We’ve published Wolf of the Steppes – Early Stories by Greye La Spina. It’s part of our October Horror effort. It’s available here. The five stories in this ebook are all from The Thrill Book from various 1919 issues. The title story, Wolf of the Steppes was the cover story for the …