In case you missed it, Shell and I were on Geek Gab this Saturday to talk about weird and disappointing video games, our successful Kickstarter, and our future plans for the Ascension Epoch (hint: new novels and RPG books coming soon!). Also, Bradford C. Walker, author of the Star Knight Saga (check it out here), […]
Open Source Fiction panel at Sci-Fi Valley Con
As promised, here’s the link to our presentation on Open Source Fiction, presented Friday, June 10th, at Sci-Fi Valley Con in Altoona, PA. We originally made it in PowerPoint, so it looks a bit messy when converted to the open document format. I recommend downloading it and viewing in PowerPoint. Sorry for any inconvenience.
New Merchandise: Golden Age comics, art coasters, and more
Just in time for Sci-Fi Valley Con and Itz-A-Con, we’re unveiling a boatload of awesome new stuff that’s sure to get you to part with your paycheck! *rubs hands together* First up, we have this huge selection of art tiles/coasters covered with your favorite Ascension Epoch characters! There are two different kinds of coasters: a […]
Free Cities talks House of Refuge, Salamander Six, and Ascension Epoch
On the off chance you haven’t gotten fed up with hearing Shell and I interviewed about our books, you’ll want to tune into Anthony Caprio’s excellent Free Cities podcast, especially if you are of a libertarian persuasion. In this episode, we focus primarily on our non-superhero stories, House of Refuge and Salamander Six. We also […]
Between the Covers: Ascension Epoch Interview
Here’s the recording of last night’s Between the Covers podcast. We talked to YA author and fellow LFA member Tracy Lawson about The Dismal Tide, teen superheroes more generally, and why and how we decided to make Ascension Epoch open source.