Thursday, September 17, 2009
You've got a good three months before it comes out. Plenty of time to read the book:
You can buy a real live book or download the pdf for free. Buying the book helps keep the Sofa flying. Here's the table of contents. Lots of big names in there and lots of great writing. Give it a go!
Table of Contents
- “Into The Blank Where Life Is Hurled” by Ken Scholes
- “London Bone” by Michael Moorcock
- “The Second Coming Of Jasmine Fitzgerald” by Peter Watts
- “Lester Young and The Jupiter’s Moons’ Blues” by Gord Sellar
- “Vampire Kiss” by Gene Wolfe
- “Vinegar Peace (or The Wrong-Way Used-Adult Orphanage)” by Michael Bishop
- “Godzilla’s 12 Step Program” by Joe R Lansdale
- “Jesus Christ, Reanimator” by Ken MacLeod
- “The Sledge-Maker’s Daughter” by Alastair Reynolds
- “Mars: A Travelers Guide” by Ruth Nestvold
- “The Empire of Ice Cream” by Jeffrey Ford
- “The Ant King: A California Fairytale” by Benjamin Rosebaum
- “In The Olden Days” by Spider Robinson
- “Tideline” by Elizabeth Bear
- “Little Girl Down The Way” by Lawrence Santoro
Intro by All!
Editorial: We’ve Reached 100 by Tony C Smith
Fiction: End Of Oil by Gwyneth Jones
Fiction: Bob The Dinosaur Goes To Disnyland by Joe R Lansdale
Fiction: Two Dreams On Trains by Elizabeth Bear
Fiction: Thought War by Paul McAuley
Fiction: Feast or Famine by Naomi Novik
Fiction: Billy In Dinosaur City by Terry Bission
Fact: The Pulp Story by Lawrence Santoro
Music for Congratulations 100 by Kevin MacLeod
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Monday, September 14, 2009
I have something nifty coming up. I'll tell you about it sometime in the next couple of days.
Saturday, September 12, 2009
"StarShipSofa Stories Volume 1 is only a few days away from going on sale. Here’s a sneak preview of the cover art, designed by Skeet.
"Skeet’s brief was to create a picture that would pay homage to the 50s SF pulp magazines. I think he’s produced an amazing piece of work.
"Get ready for the 16th September when the book will be available to buy in print form. There will also be a new website and free eBook released on that day.
"I hope you think it captures the style and feel of the SF Golden Years?"