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  • No unread posts Von Kraemer
    Author, punk, mad inventor, Hollywood veteran. vON whips-out hardcore Sci-Fi Horror; an entertainment industry pro: Production Designer; Special FX Master. He owns and operates Galactic Pig Productions - a Sci-Fi production company, and Go Robotics FX - a robotic design firm and lab.

    The Hyphae Strain is a book you will not put down; action scarring your mind; you will never forget the experience. Darker than Stephen King, on par with Michael Crichton, built upon science, featuring real characters you know intuitively. What is The Hyphae Strain? Haunting humanity is the idea we are masters of our own destiny and the Universe is benign. Not so… grab a copy and freak-out.
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  • No unread posts SF Edwards
    Lives his life in the future; creating spaceships, and alien worlds.

    Creator of the Spiral War series, SF Edwards is a recognised expert in aircraft night vision equipment for military and civilian operators. A career testing, evaluating and certifying military weapon systems and aircraft has given him an insight into military hardware and mindset that many science fiction authors do not. Years of teaching aerospace concepts and history, as well as simulated flight instruction, combined with his background in engineering has also afforded him an understanding of physics and characters that shows in his writing.
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    Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:07 pm
  • No unread posts Alex Laybourne
    Born and raised in the coastal English town Lowestoft, it should come as no surprise (to those that have the misfortune of knowing this place) that Alex Laybourne became a horror writer. Alex has been a writer as long as he can remember, and has always had a very vivid imagination. To this very day he finds it all too easy to just drift away into my own mind and explore the worlds he has created. Married with five wonderful children; James, Logan, Ashleigh, Damon and Riley. His biggest dream for them is that they grow up, and spend their lives doing what makes them happy, whatever that is.
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    Fri Dec 23, 2016 8:11 pm
  • No unread posts M D Thalmann
    M.D. Thalmann is a satire columnist and science-fiction writer who lives in Arizona with his wife and children. He has a distinctive and authentic voice that’s been called “Vonnegut-esque” as well as “lyrical and rhythmic.” Thalmann’s work is a blend of sardonic literary fiction and traditional sci-fi: a throwback to the early days of the genre. He prefers to show in-depth character development in stories, using technology as a backdrop. Believing that technology too often steals the show, he hopes to appeal to both literary-fiction and science-fiction fans.
    With rare voice and style, Thalmann stands out. An unmistakable author.
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    Mon Dec 19, 2016 1:49 pm
  • No unread posts Jo Zebedee
    Jo Zebedee writes science fiction and fantasy in a little corner of Northern Ireland. Sometimes she writes about Earth, sometimes her space opera world of Abendau. Jo has a healthy interest in lots of things like reading, and writing, and gardening. She has an unhealthy interest in sexy space pilots, aliens and all things Space Opera. When she’s not writing Jo runs a management consultancy and run after children, dogs, fish, not neccesarily in that order, ably supported by my husband.
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  • No unread posts Tom Tinney
    is Biker (The v-twin powered kind...not a fan of peddling) that happens to enjoy writing Science Fiction and Fantasy. Yes, the world's first Biker-Nerd. In the past, he edited and contributed to Motorcycle Magazines, Blogs and short story sites about the Biker lifestyle. He also covered events, interviewed famous custom bike-builders and artists, as well as wrote/edited hundreds of articles. When he was encouraged by "fans" to write novels, he did...just not the ones they thought he would. His favorite books are written by authors like Jim Butcher and Frank Herbert, Modessit and Feist, Asimov and Gibson, Weber and Jordan. And he decided to write what he likes to read, so he went with his second great love for subject matter (SciFi/fantasy), instead of his first (motorcycles/biker lifestyle).
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  • 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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    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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  • 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 Dave de Burgh
    Dave de Burgh is the South African author of Betrayal's Shadow and the forthcoming Conviction's Pain, the first two novels in an Epic Fantasy trilogy exploring the levels and uses of power, the brittleness of politics, and the emotional prices people must pay to survive the conflicts pressed upon them.
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    Mon Dec 12, 2016 1:15 pm
  • No unread posts Martin Owton
    Martin Owton is the author of The Nandor Tales, Exile and Nandor, old-school S&S adventure novels, published by Phantasia. He has written many published short stories and is a long-time member of the London-based T-Party Writers. He has run writing workshops at UK conventions and was workshop co-ordinator for the 2014 World Science Fiction Convention in London. He is married and lives in Surrey, and in real life designs drugs for a major pharma company. His website is at http://www.martinowton.com
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    Last post by Gary Compton View the latest post
    Wed Dec 21, 2016 10:50 pm
  • Stewart Hotston
    Stewart started writing in a fit of romance. Top tip – it worked. Having once, long ago, been a proper physicist and now working in finance, he tends to write speculatively - preferring to think about big issues and ordinary people. When he’s not writing he’s probably working in finance, hitting people with real actual swords or running. A Family War, the first part of the Oligarchy, is out now. The second book, A People's War is due out shortly.

    Dreams of Darkness, the first book of The Fox’s Hope trilogy will be published by TicketyBoo Press in 2017.
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    Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:09 pm
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  • 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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    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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    Last post by Martin Owton View the latest post
    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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    Last post by Gary Compton View the latest post
    Tue Dec 20, 2016 12:15 pm
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