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About Brian K. Lowe
Brian K. Lowe is a member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Association (SFWA), with over 50 publications to his credit. He has published nine novels, including his Stolen Future trilogy: The Invisible City, The Secret City, and The Cosmic City; and three books in the continuing adventures of Nemesis, a 1930s pulp hero. He has recently begun a new series in the Stolen Future universe, the Fugitive Future trilogy. Book one is titled The Valley Beneath the World. Recently he has added to his bibliography by posting three serials to Kindle Vella: sci-fi comedy Alien House, paranormal mystery How to Murder a Corpse, and pulp action series The Grey Phantom.
He says: It seems I've been writing all my life, and for some reason I've always been attracted to the odd, the unusual. In junior high English, I wasn't satisfied with using the characters from our grammar books for my exercises; I had to use Tarzan and Jane. I guess the teacher was amused, at least, because she never complained. In tenth grade I wrote a "novel" featuring my two best friends and me as space cadets. (No comments from the peanut gallery; it got me 100 extra credit points. Come to think of it, that was the first time I got "paid" for a story.)
In 2008, I attended the Taos Toolbox advanced writing workshop offered by award-winning author Walter Jon Williams, featuring Kelly Link as his co-instructor and Stephen R. Donaldson as guest lecturer. It was there that I learned about the Codex Writers Group, an invaluable source of news, advice, and support that I recommend to all newly-minted SF authors.
Look for me on Twitter @brianlowewriter. If you like what I do, leave a comment on my blog, Graffiti on the Walls of Time (brianklowe.wordpress.com), or write me at email@example.com. If you don't like what I do, please be sure to buy everything I publish so you can help me improve.
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Burroughsian adventure on a prehistoric Lovecraftian Earth.
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- The Queen of Shadows, by Jay Barnson
- Beyond the Great Divide, by S.H. Mansouri
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- My Name is John Carter (Pt. 4), by James Hutchings
With aliens or angels? Or a ground hog?
Bleak despair? Martial fervor? Or a belly laugh?
Whatever the Apocalypse. It will be borne by people and their families and their dogs and most of all, it will challange their notions of themselves.
The best selling “Alternative” series continues with the unique look at the Apocalypse, brought to you in the sometimes serious, sometimes funny, but always quality you’ve come to expect from B Cubed Press.
This book contains stories from writers in seven countries.
They range from the wildly popular blogger Jim Wright. In this book Jim publishes his first short fiction, The Deserter. A war that brings the hosts of heaven to earth as you’ve never imagined them before.
But wait, there is more. Mike Resnick, one of the most widely read science fiction masters of the 20th and 21st century brings his vision of the final play in an alien invasion, as he brings you to know the The Dog.
From Greece, we have Christine Lucas, a retired Airforce Officer, from Nigeria, Ugonna-Ora Owoh, recipient of a 2018 Young Romantics/Keats Shelley prize, a 2019 Erbacce Prize and winner of the 2019 Stephen A Dibiase International poetry prize.
The writers have multiple and varied backgrounds, Henry Gasko, author of Living in the Gleam of an Unsheathed Sword, was born in a displaced persons camp in Yugoslavia after World War Two, raised on a vegetable farm in Canada, and is now living in Australia (international law prohibits publishing an Apocalypse Anthology without at least one Australian).
The list also includes writers from New Zealand, the UK, Canada, USA, Texas to name a few. A book worth buying.
A Hill of Stars by Misha Burnett
The Gift of the Ob-Men by Schuyler Hernstrom
This Day, At Tilbury by Kat Otis
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Rose by Any Other Name by Brian K. Lowe
Late Bloom by Melanie Rees
The Hour of the Rat by Donald Jacob Uitvlugt
My Name is John Carter (Part 1) by James Hutchings
Retrospective: Toyman by E.C. Tubb by Jeffro Johnson
Featuring art by Jim Pitts
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John M McCormick
Rickey Rivers Jr
Maxwell I Gold
Tim J Finn
Matthew David Roe
Vincent H O’Neill
David A Riley
Brian K Lowe
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"...cleverly written... [A] pun in every paragraph and a smile in every sentence..." - Fantasy-Faction blog.
"This book is one-of-a-kind and it pokes fun at everything and everybody - which I like! It is funny, amusing and irreverent..." - Amazon reviewer.
Stephen found himself sharing a table with the stranger, which guaranteed no one else was going to sit there. He mumbled something about lack of income and country rubes with fancy swords.
"I beg your pardon, noble card player, but my ears, sharpened by years of fighting fellow samurai blindfolded, could not miss that last remark. What is a 'turnip truck?'"
Stephen pulled his face from his hands at stared rudely at his sometime-benefactor.
"Why the hell were you fighting somebody blindfolded?"
The foreigner chuckled. "Oh, I was not blindfolded, they were--the samurai masters who trained me."
"Oh. Then how did your hearing get so good?"
"We fought at night."
Heroes. You take them where you find them. Sometimes you should just leave them there.
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- My Name is John Carter (Part 2) by James Hutchings
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- The Sword of the Mongoose, by Jim Breyfogle
- When Gods Fall in Fire, by Brian K. Lowe
- My Name is John Carter (Part 7), by James Hutchings
An invisible strangler stalks Depression-era Los Angeles, leaving men dead in the streets, struck down in broad daylight. An ex-fighter pilot finds himself ensnared in a web of international terrorism designed to disrupt the Olympic Games--and pave the way for a new World War. But what can he do, when the world has just watched him die? From the author of "The Stolen Future" trilogy comes the first of a new series of action thrillers. In the days between the Wars, a world bled dry by conflict was easy prey for men of evil, who themselves would become prey for a man whose face was never seen...
Christopher R. Muscato's "The Hero Spectacle"
Elad Haber's "Life In A Glasshouse"
Tom Jolly's "Superheroes Never Die"
Henry Ram's "In the Service of His Majesty"
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W. T. Paterson's "Of Saints and Shadows"
Michael J. Stiehl's "Shadow & The Wraith"
Mark Finn's "The Boogeyman"
Joel E. Roosa's "Up-and-Comer"
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