In Issue #5 of Astounding Frontiers we bring you more pulpy goodness with stories from Julie Frost, Arlan Andrews and Patrick S. Baker as well as continuing serials from Ben Wheeler, Corey McCleery and David Hallquist. We also have another article from Pulp expert Jeffro Johnson and a fun poem by myself that should be familiar to long-term followers of this blog.
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Issue two of our new pulp magazine is out:
Astounding Frontiers is a new pulp magazine from the minds at Superversive Press that will transport you to far off worlds of adventure! In our second issue we have stories and continuing serials from Dragon Award winners and nominees and many other great authors.
We have stories from Scot Washam, Karl Gallagher, and Russel May, and Dragon Award Nominee Brian Niemeier!
We continue on with Serial from John C. Wright, Ben Wheeler and Nick Cole!
And we have a new serial starting by Corey McCleery called Daughter of Sol.
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Some praise for Astounding Frontiers #1:
“Grab a beer or an ice tea, your copy of Astounding Frontiers, and hit the hammock or the beach for a few enjoyable hours.”
“. . .I gave the authors 10 minutes of my time and they gave my imagination a boost beyond belief.” Don E. Nelson
“The zeal and fun of the pulps without the Depression and world war looming in the background. Yes, things are bad now. But they were FAR worse in the Thirties, when the pulps arose, and they’ll get better yet.” Author Steve Johnson
Dull and Preachy stories beware…
Astounding Frontiers Issue 2 is now out on amazon, featuring stories by Dragon Award Winner Brian Niemeier, Karl Gallacher, Scott Washam and Russel May. The serials by John C. Wright, Ben Wheeler, Nick Cole and Jason Anspach continue, and the cover features the beginning of a new serial by SuperversiveSF contributor Corey McCleery, whose awesome dad has been helping me with music videos. (there are more to come of those) Click on the image below to grab yourself a copy for the low, low price of $2.99!For those of you who’d like a more epic version of the above video, using some music by the ever-excellent Kevin Macleod, your wish is granted: