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Rogues of the Red Barren Bar By Edited by: Eric Biggs and Leah Witmond
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A wonderful collection of poetry published for the charity "Buffalo Hospice Foundation". The poems reflect a range of styles, from contemplative and sensitive to quirky and surreal, and an... More > equally diverse range of themes, from the minutiae of everyday experience such as cleaning and online dating, to larger themes such as nature, religion, love, war and loss.< Less
Rogues of the Red Barren Bar By Edited by: Eric Biggs and Leah Witmond
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A wonderful collection of poetry published for the charity "Buffalo Hospice Foundation". The poems reflect a range of styles, from contemplative and sensitive to quirky and surreal, and an... More > equally diverse range of themes, from the minutiae of everyday experience such as cleaning and online dating, to larger themes such as nature, religion, love, war and loss.< 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
Rogue In the House By Robert E. Howard
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An unnamed city-state between Zamora and Corinthia during an apparent power struggle between two powerful leaders: Murilo, an aristocrat, and Nabonidus, the "Red Priest," a clergyman with a... More > strong power base. After he is delivered a subtle threat by Nabonidus, Murilo learns of Conan's reputation as a mercenary and turns to him for help.< Less
Heroes, Rogues, and Spies By john craig
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25 historical essays on various subjects including Alexander the Great, Greek-Trojan War, Medieval Crusades, The Battle of Beecher Island, The Battle of Summit Springs, George A. Custer, Edgar Allan... More > Poe, Ali Agca, Lee Harvey Oswald, Sirhan Sirhan, James Earl Ray, Adolf Hitler, Claus von Stauffenberg, American Sports, Celebrity Spies, George S. Patton, James Bond, Ian Fleming’s Black Ops, Osama bin Laden, Twentieth Century Terrorism, Baader-Meinhof Gang, Japanese Red Army, June 2 Movement, Tamil Tigers, Black September, Al Qaeda, and others.< Less
Rogue Journal of Undergraduate Research Issue 2 By Preston Price
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The Rogue Journal is Oregon's archive for scholarly research. This peer reviewed journal highlights exceptional work by students and briefly exposes them to the expectations of graduate-level... More > research. Within its second issue you will find:A case for cultural genocide: Taking a closer look at China’s language policy in the TAR by Christina Newhall – Southern Oregon University; A Vicious Cycle: Mental Health Treatment for Prisoners by Brandon Meyer – Southern Oregon University; Case Study: Yurok Language Reclamation Efforts by Lynette Haberman – Southern Oregon University; The Racial and Gender Policies of New Spain by Lynette Haberman – Southern Oregon University; and Geographic variation in nuclear gene Abfi14 in the California red fir-noble fir species complex by Adriana Alexander – Southern Oregon University. Collection edited by Preston Price, Jane Silva, Candy Boerwinkle, and Hannah Gogulski. Sponsored by ASSOU, the Hannon Library, and Southern Oregon Unviersity.< Less
Ruby Red By Derek Shield
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The third book in a trilogy about Tom Winston and his daughter Emma. Once more these two are pitted against rogue agent Max Symanovski.
Hammer of the Gods: Ragnarok By Rogue Planet Press
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The saga continues! Eighteen new action-packed tales of Vikings, wizards, gods and monsters! The further adventures of Hrethel, Thoric, and Ingunn the Red, alongside new stories of new heroes of... More > Valhalla as they ready themselves for an afterlife of warfare that will culminate in the Final Battle between the gods and the giants: Ragnarok!< Less
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

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