Twelve digits, the best genetics science can buy, a PHD from the University of Life and a roaring muscle car. Almost everything a Science Hero could need to put the world to rights and to explore its... More > mysteries but, perhaps, something remains that he could put to good use. A partner and - perhaps - a little humility.
Doc Osmium is the short, neo-pulp tale of a two-fisted scientist unravelling a chain of uncanny coincidence that leads him back to... well, you'll just have to read to find out.< Less
Science City demands a very special kind of police force. A police force that knows the cutting edge, can cope with the strange and with the heroism and judgement to mete out ethical justice in an... More > ever changing environment.
Enter Tessa Coyle, Science Police.
A short, pulp story.< Less
A pulp short-story in the swords and sandals or thieves and barbarians ilk, but with a bit more of a modern eye. The Dastard has a plan to steal the wealth of a powerful slaver, but to get it, he's... More > going to need help - and permission.< Less
After the a-bombs dropped at the end of WWII the world was shattered. A rock-and-roll post-apocalypse emerges from the glowing ashes and with it a new sport, a violent version of roller derby.
A... More > post-apocalyptic short story in the style of the, rather coy, pulp 'lezploitation' magazines.< Less
Genealogy is a fascinating subject. What, though, if it takes you back to the 'old country' and to a town that no longer exists. What can you learn from a crumbling cliff and a village sunk beneath... More > the waves?< Less
The jungle still holds secrets. Some of them are dangerous, even deadly. Some of them defy our modern understanding. Some of them, like the pale, ghostly girl who runs through the trees, can save... More > your life.< Less
Stain is your stereotypical washed-up cop. He's good for nothing, surfing a life of indolence and drunkenness on past glories until he can get to retirement. Then, weirdly, he gets given a serious... More > and important case and may have to reassess his life and career.< Less