Step into Rick’s parlor. Don’t mind the bell on the door or the old fashioned cash register. Buy a manufactured novel, fresh from the computer—a first edition. Sit in the easy chair or lay out on the sofa. Strap on a helmet and a skinsuit and take a swim on Europa. He can be trusted. Really. It says so on the door. In ten foot high letters, right above the shop front, he tells you exactly what they do:
“We Create Worlds.”
And they do it on the cheap.More info →
When police discovered a woman’s broken body at the bottom of a sea bluff in Southern Scotland in 1898, the residents of the small town she lived in began locking their doors at night. Only one man saw what happened, but he carried the secret of her death to his death bed. Wounded in the trenches on the Western Front, he gives his last confession...More info →
Dan Sawyer (as Dan the Demented) leads his cohorts interviewing alt culture leaders, authors, philosophers, artists, scientists, and cultural scholars, and also delivers the occasional editorial. Along the way we poke fun at just about everyone, including ourselves. We’re intellectual, life-affirming, and occasionally Pythonesque. Featuring the Reprobates News, read by Hera-flea (daughter of Hera-tick) and the podsafe silliness of Jonathan Coulton.More info →
Originally released every two weeks, these full-cast productions each feature an original fantasy or science fiction story exploring a unique feature of human consciousness and aspiration. With an introduction to kick each one of and an author's note to wrap them up, Sculpting God takes you on journeys of imagination and wonder that will keep you awake thinking, musing, wondering, and clutching at the bedsheets.
Produced by ArtisticWhispers Productions
Adapted from The Kabrakan Ascendancy
Chased by bounty hunters, wanted by the mob, disgraced defector Joss Kyle holds the secrets to power in the solar system–and he’s about to disappear into the Lunar underground as the world’s superpowers are gearing up for the first interplanetary war.
Most people don't grow up around guns, but most fiction writers have to know about them. This entertaining, humorous, and accessible guide takes you from the very basics of gun tech through the social and psychological quirks of cops, crooks, spies, and other professional gunmen.More info →