Published in Rejected Manuscripts!

Our short story, "Son of Hades", was submitted to Rejected Manuscripts and for one whole year, the public, well, readers of Rejected Manuscripts, voted for their favorites. We teamed up with A. A. Rubin, who also had a rejected manuscript up for votes, and supported each other, asking for votes for each other's works. A.... Continue Reading →

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Interview of C L Spillard

We have had the pleasure of interviewing author C.L. Spillard who has a wonderful book out called The Price of Time that is soon to have a sequel!   1. How do you rank your writing compared to those you admire? I would love to have the predictive powers of Arthur C. Clarke, the imaginative... Continue Reading →

Repeated Fast Radio Bursts From Space

Scientists have spotted repeated blasts of radio signals coming from deep in space for a second time. Only this time, 13 of them were definite repeats - like an echo in a really deep cave. The blasts were discovered by the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME) in British Columbia. CHIME As Tom Landecker, a... Continue Reading →

Coming in 2019

Hawk and Young are working on serializing an epic tale set in New Orleans amidst crime, voodoo, the veil between life and death, tattoos, and high school. Lords of Magazine Street stars four high school freshmen, nicknamed the Ice Cream Gangsters, who tangle with an old Jamaican voodoo priest, a cross dressing stage performer, a... Continue Reading →

Interview of Brian Lee Meyer

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? It’s hard to pinpoint a single moment when I realized the power of language. I think it’s a gradual realization that came in stages. As a child, we realize that how we say things matters, and that it directly affects whether we get what... Continue Reading →

Interview of Sylvain St-Pierre

When was that moment when you realized that language had power? I learned about the power of words fairly early in my life. My parents never swore, unless they were angry. Trust me, when my dad swore absolutely everyone sat up. Then, it was learning to read, and finding out most of the best books... Continue Reading →

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