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Assembled by The Bearded Scribe Press, Twice Upon A Time combines classics and modern lore in peculiar and spectacular ways. From Rapunzel to Rumpelstiltskin, this unique collection showcases childhood favorites unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
Both traditionally-published and independent authors will take you on a whirlwind ride through fairytale and folklore, myth and majick. Cherished stories are revisited and remastered into newly-treasured tales of hope and heartache, of adversity and adventure.
Featuring stories from Bo Balder, AJ Bauers, Carina Bissett, Rose Blackthorn, S.M. Blooding, Rick Chiantaretto, Richard Chizmar, Liz DeJesus, Court Ellyn, S.Q. Eries, Steven Anthony George, Dale W. Glaser, Jax Goss, K.R. Green, Kelly Hale, Tonia Marie Harris, Brian T. Hodges, Tarran Jones, Jason Kimble, Shari L. Klase, Alethea Kontis, Hannah Lesniak, Wayne Ligon, RS McCoy, Joshua Allen Mercier, Robert D. Moores, Diana Murdock, Nick Nafpliotis, Elizabeth J. Norton, Bobbie Palmer, William Petersen, Rebekah Phillips, Asa Powers, Joe Powers, Brian Rathbone, Julianne Snow, Tracy Arthur Soldan, C.L. Stegall, Brian W. Taylor, Kenechi Udogu, Onser von Fullon, Deborah Walker, Angela Wallace, and Cynthia Ward.
Edited by Joshua Allen Mercier. Cover artwork by Luke Spooner.
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One recurring aspect of Arthurian literature is the notion that he will one day return as a messiah to save his people. Another hallmark of the King Arthur legend is that Merlin—wizard, prophet, and Arthur’s most trusted advisor—lives backwards through time. What if Merlin was actually advising multiple reincarnations of King Arthur during various points, and places, in time and history? And what if this all began at the end of time?
King of Ages is an anthology like no other, showcasing stories that re-imagine King Arthur at several points in history, from the end of days all the way to the beginning of mankind.
Featuring thirteen all-new stories by
Paola K. Amaras • Patrick S. Baker • Josh Brown • Dale W. Glaser • Doug Goodman • Joanna Michal Hoyt • Philip Kuan • David W. Landrum • P. Andrew Miller • Mike Morgan • Alex Ness • C.A. Rowland • David Wiley
Sea Glass Harvest, by Bear Kiosk
The Changeling, by R. Rozakis
The Maiden Voyage of the Ariona, by Dale W. Glaser
One Million & One, by Andre E. Harewood
War is Grimm, by Clifford Beal
Blood Pact, by Sharon Cullars
Something I Have to Tell You, by John B. Rosenman
The Curious Simulacrum of Dr. F, by Michael Canfield
A Cure for Restless Bones, by Angela Enos
Homecoming Corpse, by Andrew Bourelle
A Chorus of Shadows, by Sarena Ulibarri
Graveyard Wine, by Joshua L. Hood
My Last Sixteen Hours, by Angela L. Lindseth
Wide Wide Sea, by Jackson Kuhl
The Safari, by Michael S. Walker
The Water Horse, by Bill W. James
The Long Way Home, by S.E. Casey
Unseelie Things, by Taylor Foreman-Niko
The Veneration of Evil in the Kingdom of Ancient Lies, by John R. Fultz
Livingstone, by Cody Goodfellow
Plus a selection of poetry by:
Kyla Lee Ward
Abdul-Qaadir Taariq Bakari-Muhammad
Monster! Images erupt in the mind! Vampires, zombies, werebeasts. Creatures hiding below the waves and striking from high above the clouds.
And now the best authors today bring together two of the most beloved characters in Genre Fiction in Pro Se Productions’ Pirates Versus Monsters! Authors Neal Privett, Raulston Hunsinger, Dale Glaser, Mattherw Martin, Jacob Milnestein, and Jason Norton take creatures of nightmare and the terrors of the seas and throw them together in veritable storms of action and adventure! Find out who wins in Pirates Versus Monsters! From Pro Se Produdtions.
Hordes of ghost buffalo take their revenge on the world that brought them to ruin. A city full of hanged men comes to life in the presence of evil. A steam-driven train is turned into a giant metal monster, bent on destruction. In this final volume of the HOW THE WEST WAS WEIRD series, the Old West has never been so strange… or so deadly!
How the West Was Weird, Volume III concludes the best-selling series of anthologies, with twelve stories blending classic western tropes with science fiction and horror and just plain weirdness. Featuring the work of Derrick Ferguson, Thomas Deja, Joel Jenkins, and more of the best names in New Pulp.
No longer just the home of cattlemen and saloonkeepers and soiled doves, the western now plays host to cannibals, grey aliens, steam-driven robots, ghosts, dinosaurs, and murderous creatures of every kind.
How the West Was Weird, Volume II continues the bestselling series of anthologies from Pulpwork Press, bursting with twenty stories that blend westerns with horror, science-fiction, and fantasy. Featuring the work of Derrick Ferguson, Josh Reynolds, Ron Fortier, Barry Reese, Tommy Hancock, and more of the best names in New Pulp.
Approximately 122,000 words.
Herein find both a horse and a misguided band named after Lucifer—that personification of all that is evil. And for those who suffer from the unfortunate mental malady of arachnophobia, I recommend that you do NOT read the final tale of this villainous volume.
Many stories deal with neurosis and psychosis in which it's believed that voices, images, visions, and hallucinations are real when they’re not. These are not those stories.
The voices and visions are real. The perceived threats are real. And yet, nothing is as it seems... or is it?
While working against the mega-corporations intent on pillaging the Earth of its natural resources with no thought of the repercussions, he finds himself in a lush tropical paradise faced with a foe only his alter ego has a chance in hell of beating. That foe, straight from the mouth of a dormant caldera, could wreak ultimate havoc on the world he’s sworn to defend.
Will Snow Wolf be able to save the day?
This volume plumbs the depths of Hallows Eve deviltry with the poisonous prose of five of the best modern pulp writers.
Herein find tales of undead outlaws, secret government organizations with the edict of battling malign manifestations of the outer world, traveling exorcists with beautiful and mysterious assistants, frat parties that turn into demonic conflagrations, and mad vivisectionists living on in the bodies of others.
Foreward by Trebor Drahow:
For the second year in row, PulpWork Press has plumbed the depths of Hallows Eve deviltry and enlisted the aid of five of today’s best living pulp authors to fill the pages of this very book with sagas of the strange and supernatural.
In this volume we explore the many malign manifestations of Halloween (and no, those pestiferous goblins and dwarfs who dawdle at your door demanding tricks or treats don’t count).
We kick off our plethora of poisonous prose with a story from prolific pulp author Joel Jenkins. He brings us a tale of the weird west, wherein American Indian pistol slinger Lone Crow finds that his erstwhile companion-in-arms, Six-Gun Susannah Johnson, has led him into a nest of undead outlaws.
Then horror maestro Thomas Deja treats us to a tale of the traveling exorcist Don Cuevo and his enigmatic partner, the Mexican beauty known as Dolores, who find that Halloween is a time when evil entities more easily enter the Earthly plane and aren’t so easily cast out.
Black Library author, Josh Reynolds, treats us to another tale in the ongoing Hound saga, where the legendary Royal Occultist Charles St. Cyprian and his bloodthirsty assistant, Ebe Gallowglass, encounter yet another incarnation of diabolical vivesectionist Dr. Hochmuller.
The infamous Rob Mancebo follows with an event ripped from the files of the secretive government agency Section Seven. Terri Krengel and her partner Kane face a malignant being from the astral plane.
Then from the masterful and demented mind of Dale W. Glaser, we travel back in time to find Kellan Oakes in his less cynical pre-detective college days. When a Halloween frat party goes awry and turns into a life-threatening demonic conflagration, Kellan finds that he must fight fire with fire!
Here’s wishing you a haunted and happy Halloween.