A New Release For Christmas

December 6, 2017 Richard Paolinelli 0

The Spirits of Christmas – Past, Present and Future – have taught important lessons when visiting mortal man, lessons that softened the heart of Ebeneezer Scrooge. But what if their lessons had fallen upon deaf […]

Dawn Witzke

I Think I May Have Over Done It A Bit

November 29, 2017 Dawn Witzke 0

For the past few months, I’ve been at my computer almost nonstop working on project after project. Throw in a day job that requires typing and you have a recipe for problems. All this keyboarding […]


The Coward’s Son

November 12, 2017 A. M. Freeman 0

Last night (11/11/17), I finished drafting my latest short story, “The Coward’s Son.” This story of Derke and Manegold trying to clear a man’s name ended around 9,000 words. Used to, that was too long […]

Castalia House

The Beginnings of Pulp

September 8, 2017 Anthony M 1

And a reminder that modern attitudes towards the pulps are certainly not new. This one is for the Castalia crowd. Here is the estimable Mr. Tom Simon, in part 4 of his essay series “The […]