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About Jason Lairamore
Jason Lairamore is a writer of science fiction, fantasy, and horror who lives in Oklahoma with his beautiful wife and their three monstrously marvelous children. His work is both featured and forthcoming in over 85 publications to include Perihelion Science Fiction, Stupefying Stories, Third Flatiron publications, and Postscripts to Darkness, to name a few.
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Cloaked Press is proud to bring these stories to the world. We’re sure there is something for everyone within this year’s edition.
The Girl from the Pier by Jason Lairamore
Elusive Target by Mike Adamson
A Unique Opportunity by Tom Howard
Be Brave by Linda M. Crate
Fantasy Film Investigations Inc. by Andrew P. McGregor
Wayback by James Pyles
The Predators by Eamonn Murphy
Nowhere To Be Found by Alex Minns
The Sting Of Immortality by Gregory Allen Mendell
Secrets To Keep by David Cleden
Carbon Dating by Louis B. Rosenberg
Butterfly In Glass by Matthew Chabin
Doppelganger by Tony Conaway
BLOOD TRAILS marks the 4th volume in the Legends of the Monster Hunter series and welcomes 24 brand new stories to the family. Fans of LEATHER, DENIM & SILVER, THE TRIGGER REFLEX and USE ENOUGH GUN will be well pleased with these tales and newcomers to the series will be very glad to discover it.
Mad Scientist Journal: Spring 2013 collects three months worth of essays from the fictional worlds of mad science. Included are four new pieces of fiction written for the discerning mad scientist readers written by K.C. Ball, David D. Levine, Cat Rambo, and Trent Walters. Readers will also find other resources for the budding mad scientist, including an advice column and other brief messages from mad scientists.
Authors featured in this volume also include K. Esta, Mathew Allen Garcia, Janka Hobbs, K. S. O'Neill, J.J. Roth, Megan Vogel, Richard Zwicker, Zoe McAuley, Jason Lairamore, Myke Edwards, Michael Rettig, K.G. Jewell, Diana Parparita, Torrey Podmajersky, Andy Brown, and Parker McKenzie. Illustrations are provided by Scarlett O'Hairdye, Shannon, Legler, Luke Spooner, Katie Nyborg, Justine McGreevy.
Deathstaller by Shawn P. Madison
Witchskin by Rik Hunik
Tunnel Vision by Samuel Brower
Sculptor Man, Sculpt Me Something Awful by Alex Živko-Clark
God of Blood by Chris Capps
Dinner Call by Daniel J. Kirk
Mold by George Strasburg
It Even Casts Shadows by Douglas Kolacki
Cold Fire by Thomas Canfield
An End for Some by Jason Lairamore
Still Born by Ryan Neil Falcone
Social Studies by Tim McDaniel
Treasure by Kenneth O’Brien
Sacrifices by Jim Lee
My Queen, My Queen by Christine Ruggiano
Spider House by Bill Pace
Rain & Iron by Benjamin Sperduto
Snow Man By Thomas Anderson
WARNING: Content is targeted toward a mature adult audience, all others move along and enjoy the comfort of your nightlight.
In this Issue:
STREAKS by Kenneth O’Brien
THE WHITE TREE by Jason Lairamore
POST by Sara Green
A FAIR TRADE by Rob Francis
CONTROLLER, INC. by Nicole Robb
AN OFFERING FOR GESTALT by Shawn P. Madison
KIND EYES by Jim Lee
IN SEARCH OF SUNFLOWERS by Tom Howard
And don't forget to check out the other releases in the 9Tales series, more science fiction and fantasy can be found in 9Tales From Elsewhere #1 thru 4 also available.
You know you want to go, and Mars has rarely been closer. Patch up that old spacesuit, stick out your thumb, and hitch a ride with thirteen talented speculative fiction writers, collected here in "Redshifted: Martian Stories," from Third Flatiron Publishing.
Third Flatiron Anthologies presents "Redshifted: Martian Stories," a collection of new speculative fiction by rising and established authors. Contributors include Maureen Bowden, Lela E. Buis, Martin Clark, Jaimie M. Engle, Jeff Hewitt, Neil James Hudson, Jason Lairamore, Vince Liberato, Michael McGlade, Kara Race-Moore, Ian Rose, Chuck Rothman, and Robina Williams.
Look for your sign as an astrologer casts a Martian colony's horoscope, the Roman god decides war's not in his stars, and a tycoon finds his way back to Barsoom. Cheer as a clockwork man takes his girl on the trip of a lifetime, a Martian bride refuses to miss her wedding, and Man's Best Friend turns out to be a giant roach. Shadow a being who's "just here to help," and another who's just here to hurt. Shiver as murderous antibodies attack an expedition, and a workfare crew struggles to dispose of hazardous junk from space. And of course, get a good laugh as you peruse the Want Ads and check your MarsMail.
"Cat's Breakfast" is a double issue packed with 30 new science fiction and fantasy. tales. These satirical stories probe and instruct on themes such as free will, mental illness, social cruelty, loneliness, and family--delivered with humor and humanity. An international group of new and established contributors to "Cat's Breakfast" makes this a remarkable and varied collection that is sure to please fans of science fiction/fantasy, humor, and horror. Writers include David A. Kilman, Konstantine Paradias, Rati Mehrotra, James Beamon, Tim Jeffreys, Iain Hamilton McKinven, Jill Hand, Gregg Chamberlain, Anne E. Johnson, Vaughan Stanger, Christopher Mark Rose, Keyan Bowes, Peter Hagelslag, Jason Lairamore, Ville Nummenpaa, Rekha Valliappan, August Marion, Jonathan Shipley, S. E. Foley, James Dorr, John J. Kennedy, Ryan Dull, Veronica Moyer, Corrie Parrish, Dan Koboldt, Neil James Hudson, Benjamin C. Kinney, Laurence Raphael Brothers, E. E. King, and Edward Ahern. Edited by Juliana Rew