I don’t know where we’re going or how we’ll get there, but when we get there we’ll be there – and that’s something, even if it’s nothing. — S. J. Perelman Wishing everyone a remarkable journey in 2023!
New Black Gate article and a surprise pick-up!
There’s no doubt that H. Beam Piper’s “Paratime” stories are some of my favorites. I like stories about time and multi-dimensional travel and his are some of the best. My second article for the online magazine “Black Gate” is now live. You can read, “Lord Kalvan of Otherwhen: Piper’s Connecticut Yankee Tale” right here. As an added bit of excitement for the article’s release it was immediately picked up by a science fiction news aggregator — File 770, Mike Glyer’s News of SF Fandom and has a nice mention in…
I just tiptoed onto Locus’ 2020 Recommended Reading List
No, it wasn’t one of my books. Not yet, anyway! Instead, I have an illustration in a book that has made the 2020 Locus Recommended Reading List! The book is The Visual History of Science Fiction Fandom, Volume One: The 1930s and my illustration is “The Science Fiction Special.” First Fandom Experience Project got two books onto this prestigious list in 2020, the second being The Earliest Bradbury which is another peach of a book. Congratulations to the First Fandom Experience project for this wonderful (and well-deserved) accomplishment! Here is…
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Anchor has shipped!
What a happy Christmas! Print copies of Anchor are on the way! The eBook will launch the same day as our official print launch date. Stay tuned after January 1st for more details!
Anchor is coming!
COMING SOON! ANCHOR, an illustrated scientification story. Summoned to a Far-Distant Time, Lucy Dean Fights For Survival Against Strange, Unearthly Forces! By Sara Light-Waller, author of “Landscape of Darkness.”
A Smashingly Good Review for Landscape!
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
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…
Guest Post on Rodney’s Saga
Author, Sara Light-Waller, visits the Rodney’s Saga blog today talking about her new book – Landscape of Darkness. The first five people to comment on the post will win a free copy of the book. Hurry, hurry! Here’s an excerpt: “We need to remember that humanity can do its own saving.” Landscape of Darkness: Creating Stability in a Time of Chaos I called my hero, Sam, because I was tired of science fiction names that sounded like the author was either stoned or had numb lips. The surname Mercury seemed…