My review “How FOUNDATION Missed an Opportunity,” published originally last year, is out today in Interstellar Flight Magazine Best of Year Four. Interstellar Flight Magazine is an online magazine with essays exploring what’s new in the world of speculative genres.
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My story “The Perpetual Empire,” originally published in Planet Scumm issue 7, has been reprinted in EVERYTHING! Volume 2, which collects the stories from Planet Scumm‘s issues #5-10. (The ebook version is here.) Preorders are available now for a Dec. 15 release date. I also have a story (“A Small Price to Pay”) in EVERYTHING!
So, this is actually old news: Midnight Legion was reviewed by Black Gate way back in 2020. But, it’s new to me, so I’m sharing it here. Two other reasons for sharing it now: “High quality solo RPGs are rare, and it’s a delight to find one as ambitious and well conceived as Midnight Legion.”
My new story, “Immortal,” is out now in Flash Point Science Fiction. It’s accompanied by the perfect cover art from Kevin Pabst. “Immortal” is about a boy who asks the gods to give him immortality—and unfortunately for him, they grant his wish. In a way, this story is a mirror of “The Last Engine,” which
My story “The Authentic History” is out now in Abyss & Apex issue 86. It describes the fall of the Perpetual Empire, the creation of which was featured in the story “Agents of Empire” back in Aurealis issue 99. This story was inspired by a lot of ideas, including what would really happen to your
Midnight Legion Vol. 1 Boxed Set
Midnight Legion is an interactive story where you decide what happens next. The Boxed Set includes Midnight Legion Book 1, the Memory + Rulebook, a color map and custom dice.
Navid’s search for truth will take him from the quiet village where he grew up to the greatest cities of nineteenth-century Persia — and ultimately into the middle of a war that will tear apart families, challenge the country’s most powerful leaders, and force him to question everything that he thought he knew.
Zanján is a graphic novel based on actual events.