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In 2004 I completed the Longridge Writing Course and tried my hand at some serious writing. It was Howard Andrew Jones, then editor of Flashing Swords, who bought my first tale, The Marsh God. That story went on to place first in the 2005 Preditors & Editors Fan Poll for Best SF&F Short Story. To date I have published over 30 stories and a graphic novel based on The Marsh God.

At one time I moderated the Fiction Forums for Paradox Interactive Games, laying the groundwork that turned it into a wildly successful platform where gamers still write about their empire building experiences. And, until recently, I Administered the Community Forums for the official Robert E. Howard website.

Soldiers from varying eras and vastly different backgrounds, including the IX Legion of Rome, are snatched away from Earth at the moment of their passing, and transported to the far side of the galaxy. Thinking they have been granted a reprieve, their relief turns to horror when they discover they face a stark ultimatum:

Poets in Hell

“Wow! This is a unique collection of intriguing, witty, dark stories by gifted authors. “Poets in Hell” is a highly entertaining, hard to put down book!” Finally, from Perseid Press comes an exciting new novel by Andrew P. Weston called The IX. The reviews are excellent, and I encourage anyone with an interest in SF and history to check it out. Here’s the official blurb: Soldiers from varying eras and vastly different backgrounds, including the IX Legion of Rome, are snatched away from Earth at the moment of their passing, and transported to the far side of the galaxy. Thinking they have been granted a reprieve, their relief turns to horror when they discover they face a stark ultimatum:


IX Legion of Rome

“Poets pitted against each other in hell – what better scenario can there be for a wild bout of unrestrained power in poetry? A mind-blowing read that left me breathless!”

“Wow! This is a unique collection of intriguing, witty, dark stories by gifted authors. “Poets in Hell” is a highly entertaining, hard to put down book!”

Finally, from Perseid Press comes an exciting new novel by Andrew P. Weston called The IX. The reviews are excellent, and I encourage anyone with an interest in SF and history to check it out. Here’s the official blurb:

Soldiers from varying eras and vastly different backgrounds, including the IX Legion of Rome, are snatched away from Earth at the moment of their passing, and transported to the far side of the galaxy. Thinking they have been granted a reprieve, their relief turns to horror when they discover they face a stark ultimatum: