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Schlock Quarterly: Vol 2, Issue 8 By Rogue Planet Press
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Welcome to the autumn edition of Schlock! Quarterly (formerly Schlock Bi-Monthly), bringing you the best stories to appear online in Schlock! Webzine (www.schlock.co.uk). We begin with Gregory KH... More > Bryant’s sword and planet epic The Caves of Mars, in which Grae-don, Azora, and the Empress continue their adventures on the oceans of the Red Planet. Next, a B movie-esque story of Frankenstein’s monster and a moon ape, from Neal Privett. Ellis Hastings has a story of strange goings on in England, while we return to Mars for Julie Dollar’s account of astronauts in conflict. A landlord harbours awful suspicions about his tenant, but none as awful as the reality. Lila is visited by a ghost. Shannon Metcalf tells us of Blank Face. And we end where we began, in The Caves of Mars, or rather—at the Edge of the World! — Gavin Chappell< Less
Barbarians of the Red Planet By Rogue Planet Press
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On a dying world where the ruins of ancient civilisations moulder, where Earthmen seek out sinister mysteries guarded jealously by nomad tribes, where both sword and blaster are wielded by... More > inhabitants of stone-walled cities on the banks of canals as old as time… Welcome to the first anthology produced by Rogue Planet Press, an imprint of Horrified Press. Rogue Planet Press is dedicated to publishing anthologies and novels in the twin genres of fantasy and science fiction. We bring to the reader the cream of the newest talents in the realms of space opera and sword and sorcery, steampunk and cyberpunk and heroic fantasy. And our first anthology is BARBARIANS OF THE RED PLANET, a collection of sword and planet stories by some of the best new writers in sci-fi. Including stories by Gary Budgen, ES Wynn, Gregory KH Bryant and many more!< Less
Barbarians of the Red Planet By Rogue Planet Press
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On a dying world where the ruins of ancient civilisations moulder, where Earthmen seek out sinister mysteries guarded jealously by nomad tribes, where both sword and blaster are wielded by... More > inhabitants of stone-walled cities on the banks of canals as old as time… Welcome to the first anthology produced by Rogue Planet Press, an imprint of Horrified Press. Rogue Planet Press is dedicated to publishing anthologies and novels in the twin genres of fantasy and science fiction. We bring to the reader the cream of the newest talents in the realms of space opera and sword and sorcery, steampunk and cyberpunk and heroic fantasy. And our first anthology is BARBARIANS OF THE RED PLANET, a collection of sword and planet stories by some of the best new writers in sci-fi. Including stories by Gary Budgen, ES Wynn, Gregory KH Bryant and many more!< Less
Reflections on the Decline of Science in England, and on Some of Its Causes By Charles Babbage
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Charles Babbage KH FRS (/ˈbæbɪdʒ/; 26... More > December 1791 – 18 October 1871) was an English polymath. A mathematician, philosopher, inventor and mechanical engineer, Babbage, along with Ada Lovelace, is best remembered for originating the concept of a programmable computer.Considered by some to be a "father of the computer", Babbage, along with Lovelace, is credited with inventing the first mechanical computer that eventually led to more complex designs. His varied work in other fields has led him to be described as "pre-eminent" among the many polymaths of his century.Parts of Babbage's uncompleted mechanisms are on display in the London Science Museum. In 1991, a perfectly functioning difference engine was constructed from Babbage's original plans. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Babbage< Less
Warlords of the Asteroid Belt By Rogue Planet Press
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Between Mars and Jupiter lies the Asteroid Belt, a sector of space containing countless myriads of asteroids and dwarf planets, many with vast untapped mineral wealth beneath their surfaces. In the... More > near future, as the human race expands throughout the Solar System, this lawless region becomes a battleground as frontiersmen, space pirates, prospectors and mining combines struggle for supremacy. Ill-equipped to police such an area, the Space Patrol is powerless to intervene in all but a few of the struggles, and the Belt is ravaged by warfare between rival factions. All are determined to gain control, but when the wars are over, who will be acknowledged Warlord of the Asteroid Belt? Including stories by Jordan Elizabeth Mierek, Gary Budgen, ES Wynn, Andrew MacRae and many more! Plus cover art courtesy of Stephen Cooney and interior art by Gregory KH Bryant.< Less
Puffin Circus Issue #2 Fall/Winter 2009 By Kendrick Publishing
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Puffin Circus is a new independent literary journal. We review and publish art, poetry, short stories, and creative non-fiction by new, emerging, and established authors and artists. While we don't... More > subscribe to a specific genre we are most entertained by the off beat. Authors and Artists in this issue: P.A. Levy, David McLean, Ginger Ko, Frederick Zydeck, Louis McKee, Paul Handley, Steve Shilling, Ryan Quinn Flanagan, Stephen Joseph, KH Solomon, Robert Laughlin, Amber Nelson, Rebecca James, Kristina Marie Darling, Jeremy Rich, Kayla Pongrac, Ryan Dilbert, Jess Kroll, Dave Moyer, Naoko Awa, Maureen Sherbondy, Christopher Meades, Richard Payne, Twinklewinklestinkle Dinklehinkle, Ann Marie Byrd, Sarah Legow, Peter Schwartz, Paul Woods, and Francis Raven.< Less
Puffin Circus Issue #2 Fall/Winter 2009 By Kendrick Publishing
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Puffin Circus is a new independent literary journal. We review and publish art, poetry, short stories, and creative non-fiction by new, emerging, and established authors and artists. While we don't... More > subscribe to a specific genre we are most entertained by the off beat. Authors and Artists in this issue: P.A. Levy, David McLean, Ginger Ko, Frederick Zydeck, Louis McKee, Paul Handley, Steve Shilling, Ryan Quinn Flanagan, Stephen Joseph, KH Solomon, Robert Laughlin, Amber Nelson, Rebecca James, Kristina Marie Darling, Jeremy Rich, Kayla Pongrac, Ryan Dilbert, Jess Kroll, Dave Moyer, Naoko Awa, Maureen Sherbondy, Christopher Meades, Richard Payne, Twinklewinklestinkle Dinklehinkle, Ann Marie Byrd, Sarah Legow, Peter Schwartz, Paul Woods, and Francis Raven.< Less
GJ139 By Peter Vekinis
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GJ139, turning right on SETI brings reality to the SETI field by describing how difficult it is to accomplish SETI while at the same time providing possibilities and ways to accomplish it. The book... More > discusses, where, when, why and how of SETI from the technical issues down to the ethical ones. The first and last chapters are science fiction while the rest is science. The science sections describe millimeter wave SETI (unlike the water hole SETI being done) and introduces chapters on the SETI unknowns: signal types, modulation, decoding and synchronization. The book has many appendices including letters on Enrico Fermi's famous "where are they?" statement, a speech given at NASA's first Astrobiology conference and a list of Millimeter wave telescopes that could be used for SETI. Written by Peter P. Vekinis, (Amateur radio callsigns: KH6VP, LX1QF, EI4GV, VE3PPV, SV0GV)< Less
GJ139 By Peter Vekinis
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GJ139, turning right on SETI brings reality to the SETI field by describing how difficult it is to accomplish SETI while at the same time providing possibilities and ways to accomplish it. The book... More > discusses, where, when, why and how of SETI from the technical issues down to the ethical ones. The first and last chapters are science fiction while the rest is science. The science sections describe millimeter wave SETI (unlike the water hole SETI being done) and introduces chapters on the SETI unknowns: signal types, modulation, decoding and synchronization. The book has many appendices including letters on Enrico Fermi's famous "where are they?" statement, a speech given at NASA's first Astrobiology conference and a list of Millimeter wave telescopes that could be used for SETI. Written by Peter P. Vekinis, (Amateur radio callsigns: KH6VP, LX1QF, EI4GV, VE3PPV, SV0GV)< Less
Outside Over There By Emma Wilcox
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Catalog to accompany Outside Over There, the Fourth Annual "In the Country of Last Things" exhibition Curated by Emma Wilcox Artists: Keliy Anderson-Staley, Mireille Astore, Martin John... More > Callanan, Karlos Carcamo, Margarida Correia, Susan E. Evans, Judith Hoffman, KH Jeron, Tamara Kostianovsky, Charles Huntley Nelson, Anne Percoco, Dorothy Schultz, Jeff Sims, Peter Tuomey Jr, Tammy Jo Wilson Outside Over There is an exhibition, as well as a food drive and a portrait studio. It is inspired by the signals traveling in the airspace of cities worldwide, and the ability of these signals to penetrate structures, by transmissions, codings and exchanges of ideology and consumer goods, interactions real and imagined, between more and less industrialized nations, including the cargo cult and the syndication of TV programming.< Less

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