David J. Fielding
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About David J. Fielding
David J. Fielding is a writer and an actor.
His published works have appeared in Nevermet Press, Rebel ePublishers LLC, Alter Egos I & Alter Egos II from Source Point Press, the recently published Capes and Clockwork: Superheroes in the Age of Steam anthology from Dark Oak Press and the soon-to-be published Something Strange is Going On anthology from Flinch! Books. And most recently, his short novella "Buddy Holly and the Cold, Cold Ground" was published by Cool Beans, P&E.
He is also the actor who originated the role and provided the voice for Zordon of Eltar, the mentor to a group of teenagers with attitude on the hit television series, The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
He is busy polishing a superhero novel, a series of paranormal stories and attending various Comic and Entertainment Conventions.
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Titles By David J. Fielding
Fairy tales and Lovecraftian Mythos collide in this mash-up anthology. These short stories, crafted by some of today's finest Mythos authors, merge the maddening unknowns of Lovecraft with the dark morality tales of yesteryear, bringing a shred of light into the horrific corridors that are built from such a melding.
- "The Color of Dust" by Laurel Halbany.
- "PAPERCLIP" by Kenneth Hite.
- "A Spider With Barbed-Wire Legs" by Davide Mana.
- "Le Pain Maudit" by Jeff C. Carter.
- "Cracks in the Door" by Jason Mical.
- "Ganzfeld Gate" by Cody Goodfellow.
- "Utopia" by David Farnell.
- "The Perplexing Demise of Stooge Wilson" by David J. Fielding.
- "Dark" by Daniel Harms."Morning in America" by James Lowder.
- "Boxes Inside Boxes" and "The Mirror Maze" by Dennis Detwiller.
- "A Question of Memory" by Greg Stolze.
- "Pluperfect" by Ray Winninger.
- "Friendly Advice" by Gareth Ryder-Hanrahan.
- "Passing the Torch" by Adam Scott Glancy.
- "The Lucky Ones" by John Scott Tynes.
- "Syndemic" and an introduction by Shane Ivey.
These stories are recommended for mature readers.
Excerpted from the introduction:
We know a program called Delta Green really existed. You can find a couple of references to it in documents uncovered by Freedom of Information Act requests. Delta Green was a psychological operations unit in World War II, created to take advantage of the bizarre occult beliefs of Axis leaders. The public documents, which may have been released with the name unredacted by mistake, don’t say whether it had any success. The OSS was shut down after the war. Many of its people helped launch the CIA in 1947. We can only speculate whether the OSS’s lessons from Delta Green informed the CIA’s notorious psychological operations in the coming decades.
Conspiracy theorists have done more than speculate. Delta Green came back as a secret project to track down Nazis after the war, they say. Delta Green brought federal agents, spies, and special forces together for missions too secret even for the CIA. Delta Green was the precursor and rival to Majestic-12, the U.S. government conspiracy that allied itself with aliens after Roswell. Delta Green fights otherworldly monsters and evil sorcerers under the cover of the Global War on Terror. Once you climb into the rabbit hole, the fall never ends.
In this book we turn up tales from the rabbit hole: Delta Green case histories rendered as short stories.
They begin in the Dust Bowl, with a Naval intelligence unit supposedly called “P4” and memories of the abandoned New England town of Innsmouth (another bottomless well of conspiracy theories).
They look at the days after World War II when secret agents pursued Nazis all over Europe, the early CIA attempted its first infamous schemes, and anticommunist witch-hunts seized on American terrors back home.
They bring us through the Cold War desperation of the Seventies and Eighties, when America was shocked by its own crimes and Delta Green allegedly went underground again.
And they come to the present day, and a Delta Green divided after it rebuilt itself in the secret government—but many old outlaws refused to trust the new order.
Edited by Shane Ivey with Adam Scott Glancy.
Welcome to the carnival!
Enjoy the sweet smells of the cotton candy and candy apples. Listen to the calliope music as you wander among the many stalls, to the screams of children enjoying the various rides. It’s all been designed to take your money, but you already know that. What you are not aware of, however, are the strange goings-on of the carnival world after dark. Do the carnies want more than your money? Does the fortune teller know more than she tells you? Are some of the games more dangerous than others?
Explore your worst fears, and perhaps gain some new ones, in these twisted tales of what really goes on at the carnival after dark!
Table of Contents:
Mark Fleming - Lifeblood
Lex H. Jones - For One Night Only
Andrew Lennon - House of Illusion
Jason M. Light - Abandonland
David J. Fielding - Wobbly Bob
Ike Hamill - The Pinch
Christina Bergling - Zoltara
Gary A. Braunbeck - In a Hand or Face
John Dover - Frimby's Big Day
David Owain Hughes - The Last Freakshow on Earth
H.R. Boldwood - Mister Weasels and the Cosmic Carnival
Joe X. Young - The Frog Prince
Guy N. Smith - Blood Show at the Carnival
Steven Stacy - The Voodoo Man
J.C. Michael - What a Price to Pay for a Fucking Teddy Bear
Selene MacLeod - Sweetheart
Kevin J. Kennedy - Vampiro
These are The Musketeers!
One For All: Tales of the Musketeers is a swashbuckling return to tales of the group of special soldiers made famous by Alexandre Dumas and in innumerable adaptations. Yet, what of Musketeers beyond their four famous literary brethren? Adventurers, men of honor, rogues, and dedicated makers of right alike wore the crest of the Musketeer throughout the organization’s storied and rather long history. And authors David J. Fielding, Stacy Dooks, and Richard C. White now peel back the curtain to reveal the glistening blades and daring do of other Musketeers, men who truly stood the stead to protect good from evil, who fought, bled, and died proving each one of them lived the motto- One For All!
One For All: Tales of the Musketeers. From Pro Se Productions
From 1939 to 1941, Fletcher Hanks toiled in obscurity to create comic book adventures that today defy easy description and understanding. His characters often acted as gods among men, raining cruel justice down upon evildoers in luxuriant measure and exotic grotesquery. Lost for many years, these adventures are now ripe to be expanded upon by a bumper crop of writers itching to play in the wild and wonderful Hanks sandbox.
SOMETHING STRANGE IS GOING ON! offers brand-new tales of such fascinating and inexplicable crusaders as Stardust, Fantomah, Nabu the Jungle Wizard, Moe M. Downe, Whirlwind Carter, and Big Red McLane. In breathtaking pulpy prose, the stories in this volume cover many genres: science fiction, horror, fantasy, spy thriller, sports, and the great outdoors.
SOMETHING STRANGE IS GOING ON! is your portal to the weird, the wild, the insane universe of Fletcher Hanks.
Suppose the theory is true that we’re biologically hardwired to believe in God – Brandon H. Bell wonders if that’s evidence enough that He is objectively real. … Imagine the traditional, Western version of God – now imagine along with Patrick Evans if the God revealed tomorrow has absolutely nothing to do with any of that. … David J. Fielding introduces a character who wouldn’t hesitate to kill God for the evil He has brought to bear, even if the result is just another form of an absence of good. … and Nebula Award laureate James Morrow asks if God would exist in the absence of misleading proof planted by a talking, time-traveling cyborg tortoise who shoots lasers out his eyes.
You know what they are, right?
I mean, you've heard about them, everyone's heard of them.
Ever walk by some place and got creeped out? Ever enter a room and shiver for no reason? A Gaunt is a thin place, a fraying of reality created by a Glim. I say thin, because I'm talking about the distance between our real and the horrors on the Other Side. And that distance is not very far at all... many times, it's only a few heartbeats away.
It's easy to think our reality is secure. That there's a wall of safety around us. There isn't. When a deceased person leaves a Glim behind, well, they get to stitching a Gaunt and if it gets big enough, if it gets thin enough...if it eats away a hole in our reality? Well then, them things on the Other Side, the Dead? They come sniffing around, with their frightening fang-filled maws, ravenously hungry and looking to feed.
A Gaunt isn't just a thin place, a momentary chill running up our spines, no, to people like me–it's a death trap. A warped, twisted field of mind fucks and night terrors.
You want to know what it's like to step inside one, to cross over into a Gaunt? Stick with me.
My name's Lincoln Bright.
I'll show you how horrifying a Gaunt can be.
Daniel S. Duvall * David J. Fielding • Clare Francis • John Linwood Grant • Matthew Kresal • Tiffany Morris • Gregory L. Norris • Trent Roman • John McCallum Swain • Eric Turowski
Return again to a forgotten time when steam and clockwork powered the world, and heroes rose to battle against the sinister forces that threatened the world. Some former heroes return to the fight, while new ones rise up in this fusion of fantasy, beauty, and adventure. Tease your imagination with twenty stories of good versus evil, monster versus hero, steam versus muscle.
The cover of this book created entire universes.
In Genre Fiction, the right picture can inspire more than a thousand words. It can give life to brand new worlds, cause valiant heroes and horrific villains to be born, and inspire writers to take action, adventure, and intrigue to brand new heights! That’s what a particular image by artist Adam Shaw inspired and why it now graces the cover of Pro Se Productions’ Write to the Cover: Volume One!
Using Shaw’s wonderful talent and atmospheric, almost haunting image of a robot and its guests as a starting point, seven of today’s best Genre Fiction authors crafted tales of excitement, exploration, and danger! Wayne Carey, Philip Athans, Nick Piers, Joel Jenkins, David J. Fielding, Wesley Smith, and Phillip Drayer Duncan all started with the same piece of art and you will not believe where they each went from there! Marvel at Adam Shaw’s work, then open this book and discover what happens when talented authors Write to the Cover!
Write to the Cover: Volume One from Pro Se Productions.