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  • No unread posts Space Dock
    Paul P Corcoran, author of the Amazon best-selling ‘Saiph’ novels, is Acquiring Editor of Space Dock which will be dedicated to finding and publishing new and established authors writing Space Opera, Military SF, Post-Apocalyptic, Time Travel and ‘Alien Worlds’ tales, and is perfectly situated to bring exciting, hard-hitting, character-driven novels to a constantly growing market.

    Paul Corcoran is ideally suited to running Space Dock­ – not only has he served in the military in various roles, including security and intelligence, but his knowledge of the military and his love of Science Fiction have already combined into becoming a full-time career as a writer of action-packed SF. Space Dock Website
    Subforums: Von Kraemer, SF Edwards, Alex Laybourne, M D Thalmann, Jo Zebedee, Tom Tinney
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    Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:07 pm
  • No unread posts Critical Density
    Critical Density is a new imprint from Spectral Press, which will publish those genres and works concerned with expanding the boundaries of imagination and speculation. What we are looking for particularly is innovative and genre-busting ideas, gleaned from the outer edges of what’s possible and impossible, pushing speculative fiction, science fiction, future fantasy, contemporary fantasy, cyberthriller, steampunk, industrial nightmares, occult thrillers, alternative histories/realities, magical realism, fantastic realism, or any combination thereof, to their utter limits and then even further beyond. We would like authors to push themselves and their readers into new realities and to breach normative horizons. The entire universe is full of potential and possibility – we want writers to find that potential and possibility and bring them to life through the written word.
    Subforums: Gary Compton, Leighton Dean
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    Last post by Gary Compton View the latest post
    Sun Feb 05, 2017 12:15 pm
  • No unread posts Venus Ascending
    Venus Ascending is an imprint publishing romantic Science Fiction and Fantasy in all sub-genres. However, general discussion about romantic SFF is more than welcome! Tell us about your favorite books, favorite authors, what you look for in romance, etc. Come in and join the conversation! Also look here for announcements, cover reveals, and reviews of new or upcoming releases from Venus Ascending.
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    Thu Apr 06, 2017 4:07 am
  • No unread posts Spectral Press
    Spectral Press is a British Fantasy Award-nominated small independent imprint publisher, acquiring editor is Sibohan Marshall-Jones (publisher/editor), issuing very limited edition signed and numbered novellas, the Spectral Book of Horror Stories author collections and an annual Christmas Ghost Story anthology, all in a very high-quality presentation, and concentrating on the ghostly/supernatural end of the literary spectrum.

    Keep up to date with news at the Spectral blog. Buy books at the Spectral shop.
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    Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:16 pm
  • No unread posts Phantasia
    Phantasia is the Imprint for lovers of Fantasy, whether it be Epic, High, Heroic or anything in between. Phantasia seeks to find and publish the kind of Fantasy works which not only ask questions and entertain, but which also approach storytelling and the tropes of the genre in different and innovative ways. With two authors already blazing a path and a third set to explode onto the scene in 2017, Phantasia will steadily become the go-to imprint for quality, memorable works of Fantasy.
    Subforums: Dave de Burgh, Martin Owton, Stewart Hotston
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    Last post by Gary Compton View the latest post
    Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:50 pm
  • No unread posts Women in Science Fiction
    Women in science fiction: the forum to talk about your favourite books by women writers. Love Becky Chambers? Tell us why? Can't get enough of Lois McMaster Bujold - what is it you like? We're here to celebrate them all.
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    Last post by Carolyn Hill View the latest post
    Thu Jan 12, 2017 10:31 pm
  • No unread posts Men in Science Fiction
    In the heydey of the Golden Age, the men of Science Fiction were Men – suave, intelligent, always likeable, always handsome, always well-intentioned and always victorious. SF has changed through the decades in many respects, and along with it, the world, and the roles men play in both life and fiction. This forum seeks to give readers and writers the space to talk about Men in Science Fiction – how roles have changed, or not; your favourite characters and male SF writers; perhaps even what men bring to SF and where they might fear to tread.
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    Thu Jan 05, 2017 2:53 am
  • No unread posts Women in Fantasy
    This forum is for discussing the roles women have in Fantasy, whether it be as writers or as characters. We seek to celebrate and innumerate the contributions women have made to the genre; to discuss those who continue to push the genre into new and exciting territories, and to foster a respectful conversation among writers and readers alike. Who are your heroes? Who are the writers who have written better Fantasy than their male counterparts, and why? Let’s talk, and celebrate Women in Fantasy!
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    Wed Dec 21, 2016 7:25 pm
  • No unread posts Men in Fantasy
    The genre has changed, and continues to change – gone are the days of ‘the prophesied one’, and Grimdark has risen to sate the hunger of readers who want realistic, dark, emotionally charged and gritty tales. As writers, what brought you to writing Fantasy? As readers, what do you love (or hate) about the genre? Who are your literary heroes? Whose books do you drop everything else to read? What trends do you notice? Let’s discuss Men in Fantasy!
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    Tue Dec 20, 2016 12:15 pm
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