And no… I wasn’t inside a new album from Pink Floyd, and freakishly awesome as that would be…
This summer I’ve had a lot of fun seeing new artwork (and new titles) for old books. Published by Arunas Yayincilik in Turkey, here are the covers of Veba Yili, Veba Savasi, and Veba Bolgosi. I don’t speak Turkish, but my bet is “Veba” means “Plague.” What do you think? I also like see Ruth […]
This week I received the greatest email in history from a fan. A few weeks ago, he attended the Terrapin Hill Farms “Family Reunion” Musical Festival in central Kentucky. The government obviously hushed up this whole affair because it would rock the world. There would be rioting nationwide, and everyone on the planet would demand […]
My fine editor in chief, Theo Barkel, sent some awesome photos from an sf/f festival on the lawns of a magnificent castle. You got your wookies. You got your killer elves. You got your book sellers with awesome sci fi thrillers like Het Jaar Van De Plaag. Looks like a lot of fun!
…and so can you! The killer Jeffrey Kafer has narrated an all-new audiobook of Plague Year. It’s good stuff. Check it out on Amazon, iTunes and Audible. But be warned! This guy is as hard-core as the book itself.
That’s me. I’ve become a WEERPiK, which of course is pronounced “were-pick” like a werewolf with a pickaxe… and that ain’t nobody you want to meet in a dark alley! Welcome to the future. This weekend I’m running Frozen Sky 2 at 99c on Kindle.
Actually, it’s Jeff On The Net, which sounds like a Dr. Seuss book. In case you missed ‘em, I had guest pieces and an except on SF Signal and io9 during the past couple weeks. Here are the handy urls: http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2014/05/guest-post-jeff-carlsons-the-e-report-part-4/ http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2014/05/guest-post-jeff-carlsons-the-e-report-part-3 http://io9.com/europa-crisis-read-the-first-chapter-of-jeff-carlsons-1575946479
The good folks at Uitgeverjj MACC and Zilverspoor MACC have released Plague Year in Dutch with War and Zone set to follow over the next year and a half. The trilogy has a great unified look. I also gotta say I love the new titles! Het Jaar Van De Plaag sounds very cool. Even better, […]
I like it! You don’t usually see actual people on the various covers of this book around the world. The publishers tend to go with gas masks or nanobots. But look at this tough young gritty well-equipped hero and his miserable crew! Get to high ground!! Get to high ground!!