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About Bryan Young
Bryan Young works across many different media. He worked as a writer and producer of documentary films, which were called "filmmaking gold" by The New York Times. He's also published comic books with Slave Labor Graphics and Image Comics. He's been a regular contributor for the Huffington Post, StarWars.com, Star Wars Insider magazine, SYFY, /Film, and the founder and editor in chief of the geek news and review site Big Shiny Robot! He co-authored Robotech: The Macross Saga RPG in 2019 and in 2020 he wrote a novel in the BattleTech Universe called Honor's Gauntlet.
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Shrapnel: The Official BattleTech Magazine brings you more heavy-hitting action and heroism in the war-torn BattleMech-dominated future of the 31st century and beyond!
A young Periphery volunteer struggles against marauding pirates who have long overstayed their welcome. A small-but-growing mercenary unit faces off against a formidable foe capable of destroying their dreams. A Star League MechWarrior wrestles with an exciting career opportunity on the eve of the war that will change the face of the Inner Sphere forever. Experience the costly Jade Falcon assault on Arc-Royal, return to an idyllic paradise haunted by a specter of the past, and follow a Clan Wolf bondsman’s quest to reunite with his son. Then lurk in the shadows with more cloak-and-dagger plots in the continuation of the four-part serial novel set on the game world of Solaris VII.
Arm yourself with technical readouts, playable scenarios, an in-depth look at the weaponization of gift giving in the Draconis Combine, a glimpse into Clan Sea Fox’s customer service, an article on the importance of battlefield salvage, and more—all from elite BattleTech authors and recruits who have earned their stripes:
Craig A. Reed, Jr.
Julian Michael Carver
E. Stephenson Auerbach
J. D. Neal
Curtis O. Thompson
Shrapnel: The Official BattleTech Magazine brings you more BattleMech action from the war-torn 31st century and beyond! Celebrate Star League Day with tales of a long-abandoned ’Mech rediscovered and pressed into service, a quest for vengeance in enemy territory, the resurgence of old ghosts, and the threat of bitter betrayal in the face of long odds. Charge headlong into technical readouts, assassin conspiracies, in-depth equipment articles, playable holiday-themed scenarios, and more—all from BattleTech veterans, fan favorites, and new authors:
Michael A. Stackpole
Loren L. Coleman
Blaine Lee Pardoe
Craig A. Reed, Jr.
In 2001, Russ Kick’s You Are Being Lied To became a cultural phenomenon, spreading the eye-opening insights of writers like Noam Chomsky, Howard Bloom and others to the masses. Now Kick returns with You Are STILL Being Lied To, a thoroughly updated edition that contains more than a dozen all-new essays from contributors like Norman Solomon, Graham Hancock, Alex Jones, John Major Jenkins, Robert Bauval, Richard DeGrandpre, Alexandra Bruce, John Hogue, Gregory Davis, and Scott Creighton. These outspoken authors tackle topics ranging from the misleading marketing of antidepressants to the truth about the North American Union, media consolidation, and the New Thought movement.
This massive collection dismantles the distortions, myths, and outright lies propagated by the government, the media, corporations, organized religion, the scientific establishment, and others who want to keep the truth from us. An unprecedented group of researchers including Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Howard Bloom, Sydney Schanberg, Michael Parenti, Riane Eisler, Jim Marrs, and many others reveal how crucial stories are suppressed, real dangers are down-played, and nonexistent dangers are trumpeted in a world where you are still being lied to.
Shrapnel: The Official BattleTech Magazine charges toward victory on the war-ravaged, BattleMech-dominated battlefields of 31st century! In these tales, a Republic of the Sphere operative undertakes a personal quest to track down a missing family member, a small, untested mercenary command faces off against vicious pirate raiders, an aging soldier strives to protect an idyllic village on a forgotten world, and Colonel Wayne Waco seeks to exact his revenge against the legendary commander of Wolf’s Dragoons. Configure your target-interlock circuits and hold the line with technical readouts, conspiracy theories, in-depth equipment and tactics articles, a planetary digest, and a glimpse into the future of the new ilClan era—all from BattleTech veterans and new authors:
Michael A. Stackpole
Craig A. Reed, Jr.
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With more than 100 inventive lists, charts, and timelines, The Big Bang Theory Book of Lists offers fans a creative way of looking at and celebrating the iconic and beloved early 2000s sitcom. Revisit some of your favorite moments, pairings, cameos, and geeky references (or test your super-fan knowledge) with these fun groupings exploring the variables of life in apartment 4A.
- Timelines of all the characters, their romantic partnerships, vows, and weddings
- Analysis of Sheldon's Public Restroom Kit
- All of Penny’s Relationship Advice
- Pictorial Records for Sheldon, Leonard, Penny, Howard, Raj, Amy, and Bernadette
- Record of all of the guests (cameos) in the apartment
- Diagram of The Universe of All Women
- Everything that's in Bernadette's Grab Bag
- A break-down of all of Sheldon's geeky shirts and their references
Illustrated with full-color photographs and visuals from the show throughout, The Big Bang Theory Book of Lists is an officially licensed, must-have collector's item for the ultimate fan.
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ALL OR NOTHING...
On 1 May 3052, twenty-five Galaxies from seven Clans clashed with twelve armies of ComStar’s Com Guards on the pastoral planet of Tukayyid. For twenty-one days, one of the largest campaigns in BattleMech warfare unfolded to decide the fate of the Inner Sphere.
The Battle of Tukayyid is one of BattleTech’s most pivotal conflicts. Now, explore this crucial campaign through eight different points of view—from the enigmatic ComStar, whose relatively untested forces are the Inner Sphere’s last defense against the seemingly unstoppable Clans, to each Clan, as their leaders and MechWarriors attempt to achieve victory on their own terms.
The fate of the Inner Sphere hangs in the balance…and it all comes down to one planet…
Featuring stories by:
Michael J. Ciaravella
Randall N. Bills
Blaine Lee Pardoe
Steven Mohan, Jr.
A collection of the year’s best fiction, poetry, and personal essays selected by the League of Utah Writers 2021 Writer of the Year, Caryn Larrinaga.
Featuring twenty recipients of the Olive Woolley Burt Awards for Creative Writing: Kylie N. Birch, Tracey G. Boyle, Liz Christensen, Kevin Lane Dearinger, Denis Feehan, Greg R. Goodman, Amy Lynn Hardy, Aren K. Hatch, Lorraine Jeffery, McKel Jensen, Grace Diane Jessen, Rachelle Knapp, C. H. Lindsay, September Roberts, Joyce Schmid, Rufo Tolentino, Marie Tollstrup, Heidi Voss, Johnny Worthen, and Bryan Young.
Clan Jade Falcon’s war efforts draw closer to Terra, but to conquer this ultimate prize, the Falcons’ vicious Khan, Malvina Hazen, must be able to trust all of her warriors to carry out her commands without hesitation—no matter how much death or collateral damage they will cause. For Malvina, victory is the only thing that matters, and those who stand in her way suffer swift and brutal elimination.
Star Captain Archer Pryde is an unconventional Falcon MechWarrior who chafes at carrying out his Khan’s terror tactics, but he delivers results in combat, so Malvina has turned a blind eye to his beliefs so far. But when civilians on a conquered world revolt against their Clan masters, innocents are caught in the Falcons’ crosshairs. Archer and his fellow MechWarriors must prove their mettle to Star Colonel Nikita Malthus, the Khan’s vindictive advisor, by carrying out their scorched-earth orders to the letter. But are these orders a betrayal of what it means to be a true and honorable Jade Falcon?
With both his loyalty and honor in question, Archer must run the gauntlet between duty and principles, or risk his own destruction...
The League of Utah Writers, in cooperation with Thrive125 and Utah Humanities, presents a look back at the first 125 years of Utah’s statehood. This collection of poetry, prose, and essays paint a picture of Utah as a place through its history and its future. Journey with us through hidden stories of unknown lore, forgotten by folks and history books—sometimes even on purpose. These unique works come from a fascinating and diverse array of authors, each exploring what Utah means.
Featuring fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction by Denis Feehan, Amanda Freshman, Alexis Hansen, Aren K. Hatch, Jaron Hatch, RG Hughes, Jef Huntsman, Susan Izatt-Foster, Grace Diane Jessen, Letitia Archuleta Lester, Alex Jay Lore, Margot Monroe, J. T. Moore, Whitney Oliver, John M. Olsen, Jonathan Reddoch, Rebecca Marie Robertson, Natasha Rogers, Talysa Sainz, Mark Mason Taylor, D. Pat Thomas, Heidi Voss, Cassidy Ward, Rosemary L. Wise, Johnny Worthen, and Bryan Young
This anthology was made possible through a generous grant from the Utah Department of Cultural & Community Engagement and Thrive125.
With almost rounds of trivia, Volume 7 covers every nook and cranny of geek culture. There are also bonus quizzes dedicated entirely to the worlds of Star Wars and Harry Potter.
This is a must have for any trivia buff or Pub Quizmaster.