News Post 569

Greg Mitchell is posting a new short story to go with his storyworld The Coming Evil - part one is here (see his blog's main page for the others, also already posted):

Jeremy Robinson is a guest on the Dead Robots Society podcast at
(warning: strong language in the first part) Jeremy comes in at around 14:00 and talks about his inspiring journey as a writer through self-publishing and independent publishing through to the mainstream. He talks a lot about marketing, and he's making a living from his writing so we'd do well to heed him.

Karina Fabian announced a new website tie-in to her latest fiction project:
The site itself, Zombie Death Extreme, is here:

This week's updates from Laser & Sword magazine:
The Great Search, Part Fourteen(http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/the-great-search-part-fourteen/): Markum and Janus get into a fight as the villains face increased risk of exposure:
The Emerald Avenger v. The Corruptibles, Part Thirteen (http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/the-emerald-avenger-v-the-corruptibles-part-thirteen/) A police car is pulled over and the occupants arrested.
Day of Dread, Part Six (http://lasersword.adamsweb.us/day-of-dread-part-six/) There's a ringer on A.L. Snyder's jury.


News Post 568

Fred Warren has a story published in the new WWC magazine Other Sheep, which definitely looks worth checking out. More details here:

A.M. Roelke scored an interview about her upcoming release, The Space Station Murders:

Jane Lebak's short space story A Rock for Christmas is now online:

Peculiar People are looking for submissions of a very specific nature for their collaborative Orphan Plane project, where children are sent to begin a new life in space. Open till January 9th. Details here:

The CSFF Blog Tour now has a page on Facebook:

John Otte discusses the latest movie adaptation of Voyage of the Dawn Treader:

And here's a new review of A Star Curiously Singing by Kerry Nietz: