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But this collection isn't just about the brutes or beasts. No, there are philosophical dragons. Technological dragons. Even sexy dragons.
Not just fantasy dragons. But science fantasy. Or straight science fiction. Historic and future dragons.
You're going to meet dragons from all walks of life in the pages of this anthology. Mostly unexpected. Not the kinds of dragons you've met before.
Come and explore all the myriad facets of these fascinating creatures.
Now, over a dozen books later, Peter David has gathered some of the finest Star Trek authors to tell new tales of the Excalibur crew:
Dayton Ward's thrilling adventure from Calhoun's sordid past Loren L. Coleman's tale of Shelby's first experience with the Borg Robert Greenberger's origin of "Lefler's Laws" Susan Shwartz's adventure with Soleta and Ambassador Spock Terri Osborne's chronicle of Selar's encounter with the Q David Mack's tale of the longest day of Zak Kebron's life plus stories by Keith R.A. DeCandido, Susan Wright, Josepha Sherman, Ilsa J. Bick, Kevin Dilmore, Christina F. York, Robert T. Jeschonek, Peg Robinson, Mary Scott-Wiecek, Allyn Gibson, and Glenn Hauman & Lisa Sullivan.
Added Bonus! Peter David himself tells the untold story of Calhoun and Shelby's honeymoon on Xenex!
To honor and celebrate a bygone era, Crazy 8 Press has assembled a stellar line-up of writers – Derek Tyler Attico, Jim & Becky Beard, Russ Colchamiro, Paige Daniels, Kathleen O'Shea David, Peter David. Keith R.A. DeCandido, Mary Fan, Michael Jan Friedman, Glenn Hauman, Robert Greenberger, Robert T. Jeschonek, Paul Kupperberg, Karissa Laurel, Amy Lewanski, David Mack, Will Murray, Aaron Rosenberg, and Jenifer Purcell Rosenberg – to produce new thrills and chills, spanning mystery, sword and sorcery, horror, science fiction, romance, and adventures.
Meet Professor Ironheart! The Blue Mask! The Green Lady! Cannon Belle! And many more new heroes.
PLUS: A new before published story by the creator of Doc Savage, Lester Dent!
Illustrators include Caio Cacau, Mike Collins, Karl Kesel, Peter Krause, Tom Mandrake, Jerry Ordway, and Mark Wheatley.
Each yarn is bigger and better than the one before it!
Each Strange New Worlds competition draws a greater response than the last. The final selections gathered here were chosen from an overwhelming number of entries by virtue of their originality and style. With wit, compassion, and an affection for all things Star Trek, these brand-new authors take us where Star Trek has never gone before.
Their tales rocket across the length and breadth of Federation time and space, from when Captain Kirk explored the galaxy on the first Starship Enterprise, through Captain Picard's U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D and Captain Sisko's Deep Space Nine, to Captain Janeway's Starship Voyager, with many more fascinating stops along the way.
Find out what happens in the Star Trek universe when fans -- like you -- take the helm!
*Also available in paperback, hardcover, and audiobook editions.
"A nice piece of nostalgia for those living in western and central Pennsylvania where such fascinating stores have now been replaced by the generic, boxy and boring WalMarts.” “The Penn Traffic Company is studied in a manner that offers insight into how the company changed and eventually collapsed, all with photographs, old advertising and anecdotes from former employees and customers." – Yonnie, Amazon Reviewer.
“Being formerly from J-town this brought back many great memories especially holiday times. Pictures are great.” – Joanne Knapp, Amazon Reviewer
About the Author
Author Robert Jeschonek grew up in Johnstown and spent many happy hours as a kid in the Penn Traffic and Glosser Bros. Department Store. Since then, he has gone on to write lots of books and stories, including LONG LIVE GLOSSER’S, CHRISTMAS AT GLOSSER’S, EASTER AT GLOSSER’S, HALLOWEEN AT GLOSSER’S, FEAR OF RAIN, and DEATH BY POLKA (which are all set in and around Johnstown). He’s written a lot of other cool stuff, too, including STAR TREK and DOCTOR WHO fiction and Batman comics. His young adult fantasy novel, MY FAVORITE BAND DOES NOT EXIST, won a Forward National Literature Award and was named a top ten first novel for youth by BOOKLIST magazine. His work has been published around the world in over a hundred books, e-books, and audio books. You can find out more about them at his website, www.thefictioneer.com, or by looking up his name on Facebook, Twitter, or Google. You can also follow his continuing Penn Traffic and Glosser Bros. adventures (and find lots of cool Penn Traffic, Glosser's, and Johnstown goodies) at www.piepresspublishing.com, www.glosserbrothers.com, and www.penntraffic.net.
The Cutting Edge of Modern Short Fiction
A three-time Hugo Award nominated magazine, this issue of Pulphouse Fiction Magazine offers up fifteen fantastic stories by some of the best writers working in modern short fiction. No genre limitations, no topic limitations, just great stories. Attitude, feel, and high quality fiction equals Pulphouse.
“This is definitely a strong start. All the stories have a lot of life to them, and are worthwhile reading.”—Tangent Online on Pulphouse Fiction Magazine, Issue #1
“The Fur Tsunami” by Kent Patterson
“Unnatural Law” by J. Steven York
“A Cherub by Any Other Name” by Annie Reed
“PMS and a Hand Grenade” by Brenda Carre
“The Disappearing Neighborhood” by Robert J. McCarter
“Hello Brain, It’s Me” by Ray Vukcevich
“Eye of Newt: A Dan Shamble Zombie P.I. Adventure” by Kevin J. Anderson
“Knock on Wood” by Rob Vagle
“Featuring Martin and Lewis” by O’Neil De Noux
“Double Date” by William Oday
“Sleeping with the Devil” by Kelly Washington
“Upgrade? Up Yours” by Jerry Oltion
“Between” by M. L. Buchman
“The Thousandth Atlas” by Robert Jeschonek
“The Injustice Collector” by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
“Minions at Work: Burn Noticed” by J Steven York
Featuring New York Times bestselling aviation novelist John J. Nance, the Captain Midnight Chronicles boasts a squadron of talented contributors, including Stephen Mertz, Robert T. Jeschonek, Mark Justice, Chuck Dixon, Robert Greenberger, Trina Robbins, Tim Lasiuta, Win Scott Eckert, Howard Hopkins, and Christopher Mills.
* Professor Gregory Stevenson considers the true meaning of horror and what “Supernatural's” characters have to say about the human (and demonic) potential in all of us Super-Wiki team member
* Jules Wilkinson gives Dean’s ’67 Chevy Impala her due
* Television Without Pity’s Jacob Clifton looks at the feminine in “Supernatural's” world of shotguns, muscle cars and masculine bravado (it’s more influential, and more pervasive, than you think)
* “Supernatural” RPG writer Jamie Chambers outlines demon-hunting on the cheap—and what it has to do with “Supernatural's” appeal
* Contemporary fantasy author Tanya Huff delves into the psychology of John Winchester
* Fan Sheryl A. Rakowski (one of the three winners of the Supernatural.tv/Smart Pop “Supernatural” Essay Contest) shows how the boys’ biggest weakness—their need for each other—is also the biggest strength they possess, no matter what the Trickster says
* Writer Shanna Swendson mines the sources of “Supernatural's” monsters, from folktales to urban legends, and deems Dean and Sam our modern-day keepers of the lore
And much more!
Nature’s wrath and dominion over humanity, and humanity’s folly incarnate.
Dark magic, terrifying tech, greed, ravaged environments, rare courage and grim hope in lost cities and fallen worlds.
Brave new worlds or last best hopes -- Dare you glimpse the future?
# Table of Contents
1. "Platypus" by J. D. Brink
2. "Six Scifi Stories Volume Four" by Robert Jeschonek
3. "Dystopia" by Charles Eugene Anderson
4. "Of Myst and Folly" by Leah Cutter
5. "UTOPIAS - Book 1" by Don Viecelli
6. "Brainwaves" by Barbara G.Tarn
7. "Ultraviolet" by Joseph Robert Lewis
8. "Terra Incognita" by Karen L. Abrahamson
9. "The Reckoning" by Russ Crossley
10. "Ice Monarch" by Michèle Laframboise
11. "The Last Ant" by Dawn Blair
12. "The Consensus" by Harvey Stanbrough
13. "The Last Forest" by A. L. Butcher
The only elf able to stand in for the big guy—Santa himself, away on sabbatical—can’t be found. His cohorts hire an elf PI plus partner—Diz and Dee—to track down the necessary missing fellow.
A faie knight, banished from the realm under the knowe, loves the bright world and the mortals who dwell there. But the faie king wants his knight back, and he prefers tricks and cheats for tactics.
A healer mage discovers a young man dying of fey magic on the steps of her perfume shop. Battling the fairy queen to save him puts her heart at risk.
Celtic elves, dangerous and beautiful. Scandinavian elves, mischievous pranksters. Norse elves, warriors and consorts to the gods. Santa’s elves, practical and plucky. The Fair Folk beguile imagination with their mystery, allure, and hints of madness.
Consort with the fey in the 13 tales of Here Be Elves—magic, myth, and mayhem await you.
Table of Contents
1. "Destiny" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
2. "The Case of the Missing Elf" by Annie Reed
3. "Hidden in Mist" by Chrissy Wissler
4. "Forty Years Among the Elves" by Stefon Mears
5. "Myths and Magic" by Kevin Partner
6. "The Shining Citadel" by A. L. Butcher
7. "Kirwan's Son" by Marcelle Dube
8. "Blood Silver" by J.M. Ney-Grimm
9. "By the Chimney With Care" by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
10. "Jar of Souls" by Lisa Silverthorne
11. "Hidden in Myth" by Chrissy Wissler
12. "The Merchant of Elves" by Robert Jeschonek
13. "Elf Saga, Book 1: Doomsday" by Joseph Robert Lewis