Spaceports & Spidersilk July 2018 is now available

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The July 2018 issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk is now available for download, and as always, it’s just $1.

Spaceports & Spidersilk features some of the best science fiction and fantasy fiction and poetry for kids of all ages. The July 2018 issue will take you to places you might never have imagined. It will appeal to your inner child, and hopefully take you back to the places you loved as a child…and if you’re still a child, it will open your imagination to all kinds of new worlds.
This issue features fiction by Janie Brunson, Guy Bellaranti, Laura Jane Swanson, J.G. Formato, and Russell Hemmell. It also features poetry by Lauren McBride, Francis W. Alexander, Fred Kracke, Lisa Timpf, and Robert Shmigelsky.

http://nomadicdeliriumpress.com/blog/product/spaceports-spidersilk-july-2018/

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/872224

http://www.drivethrufiction.com/product/245954

Kindle link coming later…

Spaceports & Spidersilk July 2018 DTF

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Pre-order Manic Musings of a Maniacal Mind

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On July 12th, we will be releasing Manic Musings of a Maniacal Mind: The Collected Short Fiction of J Alan Erwine, but you can pre-order your Kindle edition today!

For more than two decades, editors have been publishing the works of J Alan Erwine, exposing you, the reader, to the dark recesses of the author’s mind. Now, all of those stories have been combined together into one massive tome.
Get a glimpse into Erwine’s grim view of the future, and explore the universe from his slightly off-kilter point of view.
Visit the planets, the stars, the scary places in the human mind, but make sure you’re wearing a seatbelt, because you never know where Erwine might take you next…

PDF Book of the Week for June 25th

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For one week only, get The Tulku of Titan and the Terror of Titan for half off at DriveThruFiction: http://www.drivethrufiction.com/product/194416

Two stories from Mike Morgan set on Titanville, a space station orbiting Titan.
THE TULKU OF TITAN: The Dalai Lama has passed away, but the monks who are to search for his new incarnation are not prepared for the fact that he has gone into space…nor are they prepared for what they find once they reach Titan.
THE TERROR OF TITAN: A murder has been committed, and a husband and wife are each quick to admit to having committed it, but have they? It’s up to Marshal Augusta Thrum to discover the truth.

Tulku and Terror NDP cover

 

For those of you submitting to The Fifth Di…

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Over the last few months, we’ve been sending out a very large number of rejections on stories that have been submitted to The Fifth Di…, even to authors who, in the past, were almost guaranteed placement because of their talent. We thought we should explain that the main reason for this is because since we’ve added the print version of the zine, the quantity, and the quality of submissions has gone up dramatically, requiring us to be even pickier about what we select. Stories that would have easily made it into the zine when it was just an e-zine, now find it difficult to get into the zine. We suppose that this is a good thing because it means the quality of the zine is improving, but we hate having to reject stories. We’ve even expanded the zine to six stories per issue in an effort to publish all of these great stories, but still some have to be passed on, and we deeply regret this.

Please don’t be discouraged by rejections from us (or other zines.) Keep submitting and we’ll keep publishing the best that we can find.

 

Order Spaceports & Spidersilk early

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We’re a week away from the release of the July issue of Spaceports & Spidersilk, but you can download your copy today, and not only can you download it today, but you can get it for just 75 cents!

http://nomadicdeliriumpress.com/blog/product/spaceports-spidersilk-july-2018/

Spaceports & Spidersilk features some of the best science fiction and fantasy fiction and poetry for kids of all ages. The July 2018 issue will take you to places you might never have imagined. It will appeal to your inner child, and hopefully take you back to the places you loved as a child…and if you’re still a child, it will open your imagination to all kinds of new worlds.
This issue features fiction by Janie Brunson, Guy Bellaranti, Laura Jane Swanson, J.G. Formato, and Russell Hemmell. It also features poetry by Lauren McBride, Francis W. Alexander, Fred Kracke, Lisa Timpf, and Robert Shmigelsky.

Spaceports & Spidersilk July 2018 DTF