I was maybe nineteen or twenty when I visited Portugal. I spent two weeks there with a few friends in a small coastal town, the name of which escapes me now. We were guests of another friend of ours from South Africa who had been visiting his parents. Each morning his dad would wake us long … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 73: Inkognit / João Fiuza
“These are generally hard-hitting stories about a grim future world. . . . I found the exploration mind-stretching . . ." ~Piers Anthony, New York Times Bestselling Author of the Xanth Series “Interspecies is a solid science fiction anthology that provides entertaining reading for a thinking person and sets a high bar. . . . … Continue reading Interspecies, Volume 1, The Inlari Sagas Available Now!
Please forgive me when I share these review excerpts. Interspecies is coming out in a couple of days and to read the first reaction to words you've written is euphoric and humbling and you have this intense sense of wanting to share the good news. This morning I woke to a review on Goodreads and … Continue reading Floating On Pixie Dust
I'm mixing my fantasy and science fiction genres slightly today. For good reason, though. Today's artist paints in both genres and because my own approach in some of my stories borders on science fantasy and supernatural fantasy, I could not help but feel enamored by his art. Alexy Egorov is a digital artist and lives … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 72: Alexey Egorov
We're sending out press releases this week to news agencies announcing the release of Interspecies. I'm reproducing some of the words here and for good reason. You'll find that we enjoyed the good fortune of having Piers Anthony review our anthology: These are generally hard-hitting stories about a grim future world…. I found the exploration … Continue reading Some Awesome News And A Chance To Win Something
Edward Delandre is a 2D character artist living in Lyon, France. His work is weird and dark and that is awesome. Below is a small sampling of his work. Each image links back to the site of origin. Enjoy! It's funny how my two art posts sometimes overlap. Today's post on Kosa Press feature's a … Continue reading #Art of Fantasy 71: Edward Delandre
A sampler from my story, Babylon’s Song, is over on Venture Galleries today. Here is a plot description of the anthology: Fifty years after first contact with the inlari, war ravaged the Earth, leaving New Zealand and Australia the victors and survivors, but at a devastating cost. As human and inlari factions compete against each other in … Continue reading Saturday Sampler Venture Galleries: Interspecies