Saturday, May 25, 2013

Please help

There are less than two weeks left in the kickstarter for The Martian Wave, and we haven't even reached the half way point yet.  We would hate to have to delay the release of the next issue, so if you're able to donate anything to the kickstarter, we would really appreciate it.

Sunday, May 19, 2013

The Alban Lake Bookstore

The Alban Lake Bookstore is now open.  This store features all of the new titles from Alban Lake Publishing, and it also features much of the backlist from Sam's Dot Publishing, and it features many of the new and backlist titles from Nomadic Delirium Press.  This means that the store has a lot of my books.  Here are some links for you:
A Problem in Translation
Red Moon Rising
The Opium of the People
Seedlings on the Solar Winds
Marionettes on the Moon
The Ephemeris Science Fiction Role Playing Game
The Battle for Turtle Island: Buffalo Wars Role Playing Game

Monday, May 13, 2013

The press release for A Kepler's Dozen

I thought some of you might be interested in reading the press release for A Kepler's Dozen.  You can find it at
A pretty cool feature on the page is that there's an actual image that shows where all of the stars are in the story.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

New pledge level for the Kickstarter

I've had people say they'd like to help out with The Martian Wave Kickstarter, but a $15 minimum pledge is too much at the moment, so I've added a $5 pledge level.  That level of pledge will get you a free e-copy of the September issue of The Martian Wave.  Hopefully this will make it easier for people to help us out.

Sunday, May 05, 2013

A Kepler's Dozen

A Kepler's Dozen is now available from Amazon.  You can order it at
A Kepler's Dozen presents thirteen action-packed, mysterious, and humorous stories all based on real planets discovered by the NASA Kepler mission. Edited by and contributing stories are David Lee Summers, editor of Tales of the Talisman Magazine, and Steve B. Howell, project scientist for the Kepler mission. Whether on a prison colony, in a fast escape from the authorities, or encircling a binary star, these exoplanet stories will amuse, frighten, and intrigue you while you share fantasy adventures among Kepler's real-life planets.