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Download titles from Tyree Campbell, Ian Brazee-Cannon, Eamonn Murphy, J Alan Erwine, and so many more…but time is running out.
We’ve added all sorts of new rewards for the Taurin Tales kickstarter. Think you might want to have your name adapted into Taurin to include it in Taurin Tales 2? Would you be interested in having a story you’ve written critiqued by one of the writers, or the editor? Would you like a copy that has been signed by all of the authors?
What do you have to look forward to in this issue:
The Martian Wave features stories about the exploration and colonization of space, with special emphasis on our solar system. In this issue, you’ll find alien microbes and aliens that are like nothing you’ve ever imagined. You’ll be taken to icy worlds, and the sands of Mars. You’ll even get a look at Earth trying to regain its place in the stars.
The volcanoes of Io and the deep dark of space are also waiting for readers. Many stories paint a possibly grim future for humanity, but others are truly optimistic. No matter the tone, all of the stories and poems in this issue capture the adventurous spirit that make Humanity what it is.
Step inside, and be transported to places you’ve never imagined…maybe even places you never could imagine.
The 2013 issue of The Martian Wave, now being published by Nomadic Delirium Press, brings you stories and poems that look at the exploration and colonization of the universe, with a special focus on our solar system. In this issue, you’ll find colonists being stalked on an alien world, murder, dangerous missions to planetary moons, and aliens, lots of aliens, meddling in human evolution. Every story and poem will make you wonder whether we should be leaving our homeworld to face the dangers of the universe, and the answer will be…
James Bruce Baker was best known as the editor and publisher of ProMart Publishing, but he was more than that. Jim was also a poet, a novelist, a short story writer, and an opinionated essayist. Just Because is a collection of his stories, poems, and essays put together as a tribute to a man who did so much for the small press, and so much for many small press writers, poets, and artists.