Through the Groaning Earth which was published last year by Pulp Work Press. In pursuit of a lovely stew sway, Azark finds himself in Governor Icarod's tower, and discovers the answer to the riddle of his father's murder. But a remnant band of assassins has gathered and Azark may not live long enough to exact his vengeance...
I'll pass on more information when I receive a firm publication date.
Saturday, April 23, 2011
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Editor, Russell Anderson, has announced the line-up for the impending How the West Was Weird Vol. 2 anthology of strange tales from the wild, woolly, and extremely weird West. Fortunately, I've got a story in slot number four. It features Native American gunslinger, Lone Crow, Morgan and Warren Earp, Doc Holliday, Butch Cassidy, the Sundance Kid, and just when you think it might be impossible to include any more awesomeness in one story it also includes a...
I better not say. That might be ruining the surprise.
Here's the spectacular line-up.
1. Desolation by Barry Reese
2. The Rag Doll Kid by David Boop
3. They Call Him Pat by Ian Taylor
4. The Lost Vale by Joel Jenkins
6. The Yellow Dog by Ron Fortier
6. Mr. Brass and the Devil's Teeth by Josh Reynolds
7. Thunder Pursued by Tom Deja
8. Walker on the Wind by Desmond Reddick
9. Velvet Scourge by Grahm Eberhardt
10. The Demon Wrestler by Dale Glaser
11. Werewolf of Bent Elbow by Tracy Evans
12. Unhallowed Ground by Stacy Dooks
13. Train Comes a-Burnin' by Mark Bousquet
14. Testimony of Constable Fraser by Kevin Thornton
15. Raid at Razorfang Ranch by David Golightly
16. Witch Hole by Matthew Mayo
17. West of Fort Smith by Tommy Hancock
18. Beast of the Black Hills by Tony Wilson
19. Storms of Blood and Snow by Derrick Ferguson
20. Terror in Toyland by Mike McGee
Friday, April 15, 2011
Author Derrick Ferguson discusses the first meeting of rock star and erstwhile mercenary, Sly Gantlet, and world-wide adventurer Dillon at his Dillon blog. The story that details this fateful encounter is called Dead Beat in La Esca and will be appearing this year in Four Bullet for Dillon which will be released by PulpWork Press.
Ferguson even likens Dillon and Sly Gantlet to Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. Check out his comments here.