Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy — Part Two

This morning I was utterly delighted to see this unexpected post from PulpFest editor, Mike Chomko. I am beyond flattered. Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy — Part Two Jul 9, 2019 by Mike Chomko Yesterday, we learned about the “Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy” from the past. Today, we’d like to discuss two PulpFest members who are among today’s “Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy.” It goes without saying that we consider Sara Light-Waller one of our “Heroines of Science Fiction and Fantasy.” Sara is one of more…

EBook Snafu

I have heard from several buyers that the platform Gumroad was not working very well. I apologize for this inconvenience and have uploaded three eBooks to Amazon instead. Yes, THREE eBooks! Landscape of Darkness, Anchor, and the first of the Lucina Collections. The Lucina Collections provide thematic short works for an evening’s reading pleasure. The first collection is thematic in that it includes both of the first books. Later ones will collect Sam Mercury stories, or Time Keeper tales. Here are the links to the eBooks – ANCHOR eBook Landscape…

Good-bye 2018!

The countdown to 2019 has begun. Can you believe it? I’m busily finishing up preparations for the ANCHOR book launch on 1/9/19. EBooks of LANDSCAPE OF DARKNESS and ANCHOR are ready and will be available for pre-sale. There are eBook discount coupons inside the “Rocketeer” newsletter coming to subscribers on January 1. 2019 will be a fantastical year, I can already tell. I’ve got more books in the works — including a new Sam Mercury adventure and a novelette that takes place during the Threshold War. More eBooks and deluxe…

A Smashingly Good Review for Landscape!

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Landscape has received another 5 Star review. The gentleman is himself an author of pulp space opera so the review is even more meaningful. He’s posted it on Amazon and on his blog, Pulp Den. Here’s an excerpt… “Right out of the pulp magazines of the 1930s & ‘40s, the author spins her tale of space opera as if she was writing for Amazing Stories in its heyday. …This was so much fun. I had to stop and check every so often to make sure I wasn’t reading a Captain…

Report from the Field — Nanocon Mk. V March 24, 2018

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Lucina Press (that’s me!) attended their first science fiction convention today to great results. But before we get to that, let’s recap. Landscape of Darkness: A Novelette of the Space Patrol has been in print since January 15th, 2018. Since then it has been featured on the Rodney’s Saga Blog and had a wonderful “coming out party” book singing at the Rectangle Gallery in Centralia. It’s scheduled for a reading  as part of the New Fictioneers program at PulpFest 2018 in July. It has received several Five Star Reviews on…

Lucina Press

Saint Lucina

PURPOSE OF THE PRESS Lucina is named for the Roman goddess of childbirth, who brought forth children in a bust of light. Creation of any sort brings a burst of joy, of light (energetic), and of creativity. In today’s world the joy of creativity is shrouded. We hear and see a world that is rapidly falling into decline. Why do people feel that dystopia is a foregone conclusion? At Lucina Press we do not agree. Part of our mission is to explore themes of Neotopia, a new way of looking…