We are pleased to announce the return to Arthur Pendragon’s court in Queen of Fury, a sequel to the critically-acclaimed Queen of None, for 2022! Of course, there had to be a sequel! Consider how well-received Queen of None has… Read More ›
I have been rowing my way on a rowing machine through the fifth season of Vikings. It is a gloomy slog for the times I am deep involved in my own gloomy slog. Two things stand out to me, in… Read More ›
Writing for Booklist, Terrence Miltner recently got their hands on Marie Vibbert’s forthcoming novel, Galactic Hellcats, and had nothing but good things to say. “Prolific short story writer Vibbert’s debut novel is a fun, fast-paced, girl-gang romp that introduces a… Read More ›
Author extraordinaire Natania Barron discusses all things Arthurian on this excellent podcast with Sanchi and Ashvni. Enjoy a listen here! https://open.spotify.com/episode/1o15c0DcdUt6sMMa6Poq5f?si=Uc2Pk6PtTge7fxo3y51dDw&utm_source=native-share-menu&fbclid=IwAR0SYpCMs0NNoY5qjhjwf1Hm16uw68vseaSB8oYsEagRX9gOhFwpYc3GbQk&nd=1 Click the image below to pick up your copy today!
Space Cowboy Books is hosting the fabulous Marie Vibbert to showcase her debut novel, Galactic Hellcats. Register for the event and then reserve your copy today!
Philip K. Dick’s A Maze of Death Hides an Unsettling Prediction of the Future in Mystery and Mayhem.
A Maze of Death, or Amaze of Death? I thought as I scrolled through lists of classic science fiction novels. After reading Philip K. Dick’s introduction, which clearly states that he had done his homework when establishing the theology that… Read More ›
Interested in the term “Chintzi” or perhaps the fabric that bears it’s name? Generally interested in historical fabrics and dress and clothing designs? Interested in seeing how colonialism changed the way people made cloth and wore cloth to express their… Read More ›
Sergio Troncoso writes deeply personal fiction, confessional stories, with characters that are close to his own biography. Most of his narrators and main characters begin somewhere around El Paso, born to hard-working Mexican immigrant parents. The fathers are often aptly-described:… Read More ›