Via friends of the blog Cirsova and SFFaudio, a historical point of reference for the short fiction market, another piece of the puzzle of why the book market is what it is right now. Weird Tales was usually a monthly, and if we adjust for population growth, 50k a month
Nightland Racer is Fenton Wood’s completely gonzo fable about a down on his luck former bootlegger who drives a nuclear-powered truck into the future to battle a malevolent black hole. The past, the present, and the future meet in a world where myths are truer than truth, and the
Lead the Way is the sixth book in the Forgotten Ruin series, and it hits all the right notes that make this series my current favorite. I was tempted to say this might be the best entry in the series yet, but it is really hard to top the wild
This would be a great cover for a weird western.
When I got a request from Alexander Hellene to review this volume of musically inspired short stories, I had to laugh, because I am one of the least musical people I know. I can lose the beat of a song I am listening to. I’m sure I missed a
The Pulp Archivist has launched a Substack, The Obelisk. Since I turn to the Pulp Archivist for knowledge of the pulps and adventure fiction, I can heartily recommend you check this out. Correction: The Pulp Archivist pointed out to me that this Substack is run by the Bizarchives, he just
Happy New Year to all the readers of With Both Hands! I thought I’d start off this year with a classic work, Black Amazon of Mars. You can get a free Kindle version, but there is also an illustrated edition put out by Cirsova. [Amazon links] Even though this