Coming Soon! New Anthology Pays Tribute to Golden Age Sci-Fi Writers

The proof copies are here! Here’s hoping Rod “Mr. Twilight Zone” Serling would have approved!
By Dave Dentel

Encounter a new volume of original stories inspired by masters who wrote during a golden age of anthology fiction: writers like Ray Bradbury, Robert Heinlein, and Rod Serling. This Do in Remembrance honors their tradition by returning readers to an amazing dimension of remarkable characters, engaging plots, and crafted prose.

Science fiction? Fantasy? You’ll find both here, as well as humor mixed with a hint of the supernatural. But most of all, you’ll discover that fiction can still be both fun and relevant.

Much like the classic Twilight Zone television series, This Do in Remembrance explores the fantastic in order to comment on issues that remain central to the human experience: love, war, ambition, identity.

Featuring seven stories by three experienced writers, This Do in Remembrance offers variety while remaining true to its overarching goal—to serve up great fiction that leaves the reader anxious for more.

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Half A League Onward Press Now on Facebook

The gold leaf is virtual, the black ink only as crisp as your pixelated screen can render it. But the twenty-first century has called, and we have left the scriptorium.

Half A League Onward Press, an independent publisher of unusual (and amazing!) books, is now on social media.

Follow us here for updates.

And be sure to catch upcoming announcements about a pair of new titles—a travel book and a volume of suspense stories.

Meanwhile, keep your nib sharp and your parchment smooth.

The Birth of Kitty Bomb-Pop and other Revelations from National Novel Writing Month

This scrappy feline (image shamelessly stolen from a t-shirt I bought at Wal-Mart) will be featured in a series of adventures I plan to write, perhaps, during next year’s National Novel Writing Month.
By Dave Dentel

About twelve days into my maiden attempt at National Novel Writing Month and its insane goal of pounding out fifty thousand words in thirty days, I was struck by an amazing insight.

I am failing at this, and it’s all my friend’s fault.

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