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Showing posts with label wold newton. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 08, 2023

First Ever Hardcover Edition of Philip José Farmer's THE OTHER LOG OF PHILEAS FOGG!

The first ever hardcover edition of Philip José Farmer's groundbreaking 1972 novel The Other Log of Phileas Fogg!

The first ever hardcover edition... 

  • ...of what was "steampunk" long before the term was coined!
  • ...of a key Wold Newton Universe novel!
  • ...of a seminal crossover novel by one of the masters of the genre!

Don't let your Philip José Farmer collection go without this new unique edition that also includes Jules Verne's Around the World in Eight Days... 

The limited edition hardcover includes:

  • Leatherette cover with gold foil stamping
  • Custom printed end papers
  • Illustrated signature page in color, signed by contributors Win Scott Eckert, Henry Franke, Dennis Power, and cover artist M. S. Corley!

BOTH the limited edition hardcover and the trade paperback include:

  • Farmer’s Foreword and Introduction (as included in all prior editions of Other Log)
  • “A Submersible Subterfuge, or, Proof Impositive” by H. W. Starr (as included in all prior editions of Other Log)
  • “Jules Verne’s Extraordinary Voyages Around the World” by Jules Verne expert Henry G. Franke III
  • “Only a Coincidence: Phileas Fogg, Philip José Farmer, and the Wold Newton Family” by Farmer and Wold Newton Family expert Win Scott Eckert—including a family tree graphic showing Philip José Farmer’s place in the Wold Newton Family!
  • “A Chronology of Major Events Pertinent to The Other Log of Phileas Fogg” by Win Scott Eckert

Also included are two bonus stories, set in the latter part of the novel when Fogg and company are traveling across the midwestern United States:

  • “Being an Account of the Delay at Green River, Wyoming of Phileas Fogg, World Traveler” by Win Scott Eckert
  • “Passing through the Hands of Steel” by Dennis E. Power

In addition, by arrangement with artist Rick J. Bryant, we have included his original interior illustrations originally published in the 1982 TOR Books edition of Other Log!

Preorder your copy today!

Friday, November 03, 2023

TALES OF THE SHADOWMEN 20: FIN DE SIECLE

Made it into the final volume of TALES OF THE SHADOWMEN PAST the skin of my teeth, with a very short closing essay, "The Last Word."


edited by Jean-Marc & Randy Lofficier

cover by Raphael Del Rosario

shipping December 2023


Saturday, May 11, 2019

The Evil in Pemberley House on sale!

From publisher Meteor House:

Our sixth biweekly sale is a discount usually only available to dealers: 40% off on one of our bestselling books — The Evil in Pemberley House, by Philip José Farmer & Win Scott Eckert
Pemberley is a darkly erotic novel with broad appeal to readers of pulp and popular literature, particularly followers of Doc Savage, Sherlockians, and fans of Farmer’s own celebrated Wold Newton Family.
This is our $20 trade paperback edition, which you can get for only $12 (+shipping)
As always, please be sure to select the correct shipping option in the PayPal button below and do note that quantities are limited.

Saturday, February 18, 2017

The Best of Farmerphile


The Best of Farmerphile

Farmerphile: The Magazine of Philip José Farmer was a quarterly fanzine that ran fifteen issues from July 2005 to January 2009. Michael Croteau served as Publisher for all fifteen issues; Christopher Paul Carey and Paul Spiteri coedited the first ten issues, while Spiteri and I coedited the last five. Thanks to the generosity of Philip José Farmer and his “Magic Filing Cabinet,” Farmerphile published—for the first time anywhere—short stories (mostly not science fiction), excerpts, articles, speeches, and letters written by Farmer. It even serialized the novel Up from the Bottomless Pit (not included in this collection, but forthcoming from Meteor House).

Farmerphile also contained articles and appreciations from Farmer’s fans and from his fellow science fiction authors, from critiques of his work to stories of personal encounters, and everything between.

I'm contributing four pieces to the Best of:

  • The Farmerian Holmes
  • Excessively Diverted, Or, Coming to Pemberley House
  • Only a Coincidence: Phileas Fogg, Philip José Farmer, and the Wold Newton Family
  • Gribardsun through the Ages (cowritten with Dennis E. Power)

The Best of Farmerphile is available in two editions: a Trade Paperback and a Hardcover Limited Edition. The hardcover is not “officially” a signed limited edition, but when the book debuts at PulpFest/FarmerCon XII in late July 2017, we will get as many contributors on hand as possible to sign it before we ship the books to those preordered (shipping will occur immediately after PulpFest/FarmerCon XII).

Preorder - Trade Paperback edition
Preorder - Limited Edition Hardcover

Friday, January 01, 2016

A New Year

2015 was a slow year for me from a writing productivity perspective. The move to a new city, getting our new house in order, and starting a new job have all led to a major disruption in my output. 


Too, when I did find a spot of free time, it was consumed by necessary editing and publishing tasks to which I had already been obligated.

I had hoped to see a few more pieces out in 2015, but despite meeting submission deadlines, they weren't published as planned. Hopefully they are well on their way for 2016.

Thus, I only have one publication in 2015, a short story in the benefit anthology Legends of New Pulp Fiction. I was very pleased and honored to be included in this, and hopefully readers will enjoy my Green Ghost story, "Chance of a Ghost." Even more importantly, I hope the book helps fellow publisher Tommy Hancock and his family in this time of need. (And check out that awesome cover by the talented Doug Klauba!)

I was also glad to see a few prior works out in ebook, new editions, or in new collections.
  • The connected tales "Nadine's Invitation," "Marguerite's Tears," and "Violet's Lament" were republished in The Vampire Almanac, Volume 2 by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier (eds.) (Black Coat Press, May 2015) | Amazon
  • "Les Levres Rouges" was republished in The Vampire Almanac, Volume 1 by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier (eds.) (Black Coat Press, February 2015) | Amazon


Significantly, December 13, 2015 saw the launch of Wold Newton Family.com, with much appreciated help from fellow Wold Newton fans and experts Christopher Paul Carey and Jason Aiken. The site is dedicated to providing "accurate and factual information on the canonical Wold Newton Family as created and envisioned by Philip José Farmer, and on deuterocanonical works authorized by Mr. Farmer or his estate."

There is a new article posted there today, Philip José Farmer's "The Arms of Tarzan."

2016 should see the publication of one already-written non-fiction pop culture piece and two already-written short stories—one of which has been waiting in the wings for six long years. The latter is either coming out this year or it will have to move along to a new home.

I'm hunkering down to whip out an Avenger novel, after which comes intensive research, rereading, worldbuilding, outlining, and finishing the Doc Caliban novel The Monster on Hold (begun by Philip José Farmer in the late 1970s and early 1980s). Monster is slated for a summer 2017 release.

Onward!







Saturday, October 31, 2015

Via Meteor House: The Scarlet Jaguar hardcover going to print!


"We’re ordering a proof of The Scarlet Jaguar hardcover early this coming week and baring any corrections we should print the books by the end of the following week.

As of today the print run will only be 100 copies (we love making rare collectibles!) bringing the total print run for this title to 325 signed copies—225 paperbacks and 100 hardcovers.

But, that number could go up if we get a bunch of last minute orders in over the next week or so.

Remember, we only print a small number of books beyond the preorders, and we don’t expect these hardcovers to last past the end of the year.  So, if you missed out on the long-out-of-print paperback edition, get your order in asap!"


Monday, July 13, 2015

The Evil in Pemberley House--back on sale!!

After the summer 2014 publication of the Meteor House edition of The Evil in Pemberley House, the Duchess of Greystoke—Pat Wildman herself!—wrote to me pointing out three minor errors, text which was missing from the original hardcover edition. This was mortifying, to say the least.

Due to major life events occurring at the same time--a relocation to another state for a new job--I was unable to give this situation the attention it deserved until recently. Consequently, I and Meteor House decided to stop selling the edition until we had a solid plan for correcting the errors.

I'm pleased to say that the book is now back on sale!

Meteor House will include an errata sheet, signed by me, with every new order of this first printing. For customers who already bought the book, Meteor House will include the errata sheet in the shipment of any of their latest books. For anyone not covered by this plan, Meteor House will make separate arrangements to send the signed errata sheet. Contact information for Meteor House is on their site: http://meteorhousepress.com/

I and Meteor House regret the error. The corrections will be incorporated into the book’s second printing and the ebook. And yes, we are actively planning to release the ebook soon (for both Kindle and Nook)!

Again, we apologize for the error and appreciate your loyal readership.

Viva Pat Wildman!

Wednesday, June 04, 2014

The Evil in Pemberley House - new edition


Preorder before June 30 and I'll sign your copy when I'm at PulpFest 2014 / FarmerCon IX! Your copy will then ship immediately thereafter! 

If you loved Pat Wildman Vol. II: The Scarlet Jaguar, but haven't read Pemberley House, this is your chance to catch up! 

Or, if you missed out on the bonus materials which only came with the super-pricey "numbered edition" hardcover in 2009--again, this is your chance to catch up! 

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Interviewed Again!

Jason Whiton over at the all-kinds-of-awesome SpyVibe site just posted an interview with yours truly.

We chat about Honey West & T.H.E. Cat, the Green Hornet, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., crossovers, Wold Newton, and more!

Check out the interview here and then peruse the rest of the super-cool SpyVibe site, and follow Jason here on Facebook!

Saturday, September 14, 2013

Coming Oct 8: TALES OF THE WOLD NEWTON UNIVERSE

Tales of the Wold Newton Universe

A collection of Wold Newton-inspired short stories by Farmerphiles, experts, and the Grand Master of SF himself.

Titan Books' Wold Newton Anthology, Tales of the Wold Newton Universe, will be released on October 8, 2013. Edited by Win Scott Eckert and Christopher Paul Carey, the book collects, for the first time ever in one volume, Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton short stories. The volume also includes tales by other writers.

The Introduction by Eckert (coauthor with Farmer of the Wold Newton novel The Evil in Pemberley House) and Carey (coauthor with Farmer of the Khokarsa novel The Song of Kwasin) provides an overview of Farmer's Wold Newton Family and Mythos. In addition, the editors provide brief introductions to the stories themselves, explaining why each entry is a Wold Newton tale.

Tales of the Wold Newton Universe is available for preorder at AmazonAmazonUK, and B&N. As with all the Farmer books from Titan, there will also be an eBook version.



Contents

Introduction: "The Wold Newton Tales of Philip José Farmer" by Win Scott Eckert and Christopher Paul Carey


The Great Detective and Others
“The Problem of the Sore Bridge--Among Others” Harry Manders (Philip José Farmer) 


"A Scarletin Study" Jonathan Swift Somers III (Philip José Farmer) 


"The Doge Whose Barque Was Worse Than His Bight"Jonathan Swift Somers III (Philip José Farmer)  




Pulp Inspirations
“Skinburn”Philip José Farmer 


“The Freshman”  Philip José Farmer 


“After King Kong Fell” Philip José Farmer 




Wold Newton Prehistory: The Khokarsa Series
"Kwasin and the Bear God"Philip José Farmer and Christopher Paul Carey




Wold Newton Prehistory: John Gribardsun & Time's Last Gift
"Into Time's Abyss"John Allen Small


"The Last of the Guaranys"Octavio Aragão & Carlos Orsi




Wold Newton Origins / Secrets of the Nine
"The Wild Huntsman"Win Scott Eckert

Tuesday, June 11, 2013

The Scarlet Jaguar - final cover design

About six weeks ago I announced my new novella, a Pat Wildman adventure which is a sequel to the Philip Jose Farmer / Win Scott Eckert collaboration The Evil in Pemberley House


I'm now pleased to show off Keith Howell's final design for Mark Sparacio's beautiful fully painted cover!

The Scarlet Jaguar will be out in July 2013 and is available for preorder now, direct from Meteor House.

Monday, February 25, 2013

TOC: Tales of the Wold Newton Universe by Philip José Farmer and Others

Tales of the Wold Newton Universe

A collection of Wold Newton-inspired short stories by Farmerphiles, experts, and the Grand Master of SF himself.

I am pleased to announce that Titan Books has settled on the final Table of Contents for the Wold Newton Anthology, Tales of the Wold Newton Universe. The book collects, for the first time ever in one volume, Philip José Farmer's Wold Newton short stories, and also includes tales by other writers.

The Introduction by Win Scott Eckert (coauthor with Farmer of the Wold Newton novel The Evil in Pemberley House) and Christopher Paul Carey (coauthor with Farmer of the Khokarsa novel The Song of Kwasin) will provide an overview of Farmer's Wold Newton Family and Mythos. In addition, Eckert and Carey will provide brief introductions to the stories themselves, explaining why each entry is a Wold Newton tale.

Tales of the Wold Newton Universe is available for preorder at Amazon, AmazonUK, and B&N. As with all the Farmer books from Titan, there will also be an eBook version.



Contents


Introduction by Win Scott Eckert and Christopher Paul Carey


The Great Detective and Others
“The Problem of the Sore Bridge--Among Others” by Harry Manders Philip José Farmer 


"A Scarletin Study" by Jonathan Swift Somers III  Philip José Farmer 


"The Doge Whose Barque Was Worse Than His Bight" by Jonathan Swift Somers III  Philip José Farmer 




Pulp Inspirations
“Skinburn” Philip José Farmer 


“The Freshman”   Philip José Farmer 


“After King Kong Fell”  Philip José Farmer 




Wold Newton Prehistory: The Khokarsa Series
"Kwasin and the Bear God" Philip José Farmer and Christopher Paul Carey




Wold Newton Prehistory: John Gribardsun & Time's Last Gift
"Into Time's Abyss" John Allen Small


"The Last of the Guaranys" Octavio Aragão & Carlos Orsi




Wold Newton Origins / Secrets of the Nine
"The Wild Huntsman" Win Scott Eckert

Cover Reveal: Sherlock Holmes und die Legende von Greystoke

With a tip of the hat to Rias Nuninga at the Philip José Farmer International Bibliography site, I'm pleased to reveal the cover for the new German edition of Farmer's Wold Newton novel The Adventure of the Peerless Peer. 

The new edition, Sherlock Holmes und die Legende von Greystoke (Sherlock Holmes and the Legend of Greystoke), is forthcoming in Spring 2013 from Atlantis Verlag (German version). English translation: Atlantis Verlag

I'm very happy to report that the afterword I penned for the Titan Books reissue (The Peerless Peer, June 2011) has also been translated and will be included in the German edition. The foreword is by Christian Endres and the new cover is by Mark Freier.

The book will be available in hardcover, softcover, and eBook.


Saturday, November 10, 2012

LORD OF THE TREES!


Coming next Tuesday, Nov 13, from Titan Books ... Lord of the Trees (Secrets of the Nine #2 - Wold Newton Parallel Universe) (The Memoirs of Lord Grandirth)

"Having lived long enough with the charming fairy tale created by my biographer, I feel the time has come for the truth to be known. I propose to tell all; of the origins of The Nine, the elixir that gives us nearly eternal youth and superhuman strength, the struggles between us that set the world atremble."

A brand-new edition of the classic novel, a follow-up to Philip José Farmer's shocking and controversial A Feast Unknown.

Featuring an all-new Introduction, which I have written especially for this edition, "A Tale of Two Universes."

Pre-order your copy now, in print and eBook!



Wednesday, August 22, 2012

2012 to date ... and Things to Come

After the push to get through FarmerCon VII PulpFest 2012  intact (the Convention was great; lots of pics and comments on my Facebook timeline), I'm feeling the need to take stock of the year and look forward to the remainder of the year and beyond...



2012 Published

Fiction


  • "The Adventure of the Fallen Stone" in Sherlock Holmes: The Crossovers Casebook by Howard Hopkins (ed.) (Moonstone Books, March 2012)
  • "Progress" in The Green Hornet: Still at Large by Joe Gentile, Win Scott Eckert, and Matthew Baugh (eds.) (Moonstone Books, August 2012)
  • "The Wild Huntsman" in The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster by Michael Croteau (ed.) (Meteor House, August 2012) (illo to the left by Jay Piscopo)

Nonfiction

  • Afterword: "Only a Coincidence: Phileas Fogg, Philip José Farmer, and the Wold Newton Family" in The Other Log of Phileas Fogg by Philip José Farmer (Titan Books, May 2012) 
  • "A Chronology of Major Events Pertinent to The Other Log of Phileas Fogg" in The Other Log of Phileas Fogg by Philip José Farmer (Titan Books, May 2012) 
  • "Gribardsun through the Ages: A Chronology of Major Events Pertinent to Time’s Last Gift" (with Dennis E. Power) in Time's Last Gift by Philip José Farmer (Titan Books, June 2012)


2012 Completed/Editorially Approved/Not Yet Published

Fiction

  • "According to Plan of a One-Eyed Trickster" in The Avenger: Tales from the Roaring Crucible by Joe Gentile and Nancy Holder (eds.) (Moonstone Books, FORTHCOMING)
  • "Zombies under Broadway" (with Eric Fein) (Moonstone Books, FORTHCOMING)

Nonfiction

  • "A Tale of Two Universes" in Lord of the Trees by Philip José Farmer (Titan Books, November 2012)



Work in Progress or Planned for 2012/2013

Fiction



  • "untitled" for Tales of the Shadowmen Volume 9: Le Vie en Noir by Jean-Marc and Randy Lofficier (eds.) (Black Coat Press, December 2012)
  • A Girl and Her Cat, Honey West/T.H.E. Cat novella for Moonstone Books
  • "untitled" for Sherlock Holmes: The Crossovers Casebook Volume III for Moonstone Books (sequel to "The Adventure of the Fallen Stone")
  • an important novel in a well-nine well-known series; working hard to complete the three items above in 2012 in order to focus all energies on the novel come 2013
  • a Patricia Wildman novella, sequel to The Evil in Pemberley House

Nonfiction
  • "A Chronology of  Major Events Pertinent to the Secrets of the Nine Series" in The Mad Goblin by Philip José Farmer (Titan Books, June 2013)

Thursday, June 28, 2012

The Wild Huntsman

    Thus, Tarzan has as ancestor Woden. It would be difficult to find a more highly placed forefather than the All-Father.
     Perhaps the great god of the North is not dead but is in hiding. It pleased the Wild Huntsman to direct the falling star of Wold Newton near the two coaches. Thus, in a manner of speaking, he fathered the children of the occupants. The mutated and recessive genes would be reinforced, kept from being lost, by the frequent marriages among the descendants of the irradiated parents.

—Philip José Farmer, Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke

In November 1795, after undergoing a harrowing adventure in France, Sir Percy Blakeney—The Scarlet Pimpernel—decided to call a Conclave of some of the most remarkable people of his time to plan how to influence the political and revolutionary climate sweeping across Europe. These extraordinary people, many of them heroes in their own right, were the ancestors of a group of mutant supermen who have played a large role in our affairs—Sherlock Holmes, Doc Wildman, Captain Nemo, and the lord of the jungle, among many others.

It is December 13, 1795. The ionized radiation accompanying a meteor strike in the tiny village of Wold Newton, Yorkshire, endows Blakeney and his fellow Conclave attendees with a boost—a nova of genetic splendor—that will result in those supermen and women.

Or does it?

A mysterious time traveler has come to Wold Newton to witness the momentous event, and is quickly drawn into investigating a series of impossible murders heralded by an ominous tolling, murders never recorded in the history books. As the Conclave guests divide into camps, and hopes for a solution to the European problem dwindle, so too dwindles hope for the future. For if the enigmatic time voyager cannot overcome the machinations of an immortal trickster and ensure that the right people are at the right place, at the right time, then not only will his own future and past be erased, but the whole of history itself will be rewritten…

Drawing on the cornerstone Wold Newton novels, biographies, and stories by science-fiction Grandmaster Philip José Farmer, including Tarzan Alive: A Definitive Biography of Lord Greystoke, Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life, Time’s Last Gift, The Other Log of Phileas Fogg, and A Feast Unknown, “The Wild Huntsman” is a 12,000-word novelette by Wold Newton expert Win Scott Eckert. A sequel to Eckert’s tale “Is He in Hell?” (The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions), “The Wild Huntsman” will see publication in Meteor House’s The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster (2012).

Note: Time is running out for readers to win to a chance be Tuckerized in a major story in The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster. Readers can enter this contest up to three times (see www.pjfarmer.com for details) but the deadline is June 30.

Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Comps! Time's Last Gift

My Time's Last Gift  comps arrived today! Exterior and interiors look fantastic! Another quality production from Titan Books.

The book hits the street one week from today, June 12, and includes a revealing new afterword by Christopher Paul Carey, and a new chronology by me and Dennis E. Power.

 Pre-order your copy today!




















Thursday, May 24, 2012

The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3 – Cover Reveal!

From my friends over at Meteor House:

"Here is a sneak peak at the brilliant cover art by Keith Howell (long-time Farmerphile and past Worlds of Philip José Farmer  artist) for The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 3: Portraits of a Trickster. The stellar lineup of contributors and contents will be announced shortly and we’ll begin taking orders for the book.

Just like the first two volumes in The Worlds of Philip José Farmer series, volume 3 contains fiction and non-fiction, new and old, by or about Philip José Farmer. However, Farmer’s Trickster nature took over this volume and it may not always be so easy to tell the fiction from the non-fiction, or even what is written by Farmer and what isn’t…"

I am hard at work on my next Wold Newton Origins tale for this volume (which will hopefully contain some surprises for all Wold Newton fans), and striving hard to deliver it so that Worlds of PJF 3 is out and available for FarmerCon VII/PulpFest 2012, in early August!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Reminder for Philip José Farmer fans!

Just a reminder that Titan Books kicks off it's Wold Newton Series of Philip José Farmer reissues in two short weeks with the elder steampunk novel The Other Log of Phileas Fogg, due in bookstores on May 8!

I'm also pleased to announce that this edition contains the original interior illustrations by Rick J. Bryant found in the 1982 Tor Books edition.

Of course, H.W. Starr's addendum entitled "A Submersible Subterfuge, or Proof Impositve" is also included.


The Titan edition also includes two new pieces:

  • Afterword by Win Scott Eckert: "Only a Coincidence: Phileas Fogg, Philip José Farmer, and the Wold Newton Family"
(Family tree fans take note--this afterword has a new chart which is an extension of the Wold Newton Family tree charts found in Farmer's Tarzan Alive and Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life!)
  • Chronology by Win Scott Eckert: "A Chronology of Major Events Pertinent to The Other Log of Phileas Fogg 
And if you already own a copy of the book, I can't put if better than my friend Mike Croteau, webmaster of the Official Philip José Farmer Home Page:


Let's face it, if you already own a copy (or several) of any of these titles, the bonus materials are why you are buying these books. The real key will be if new readers are attracted to the books and buy them (yea again for the great covers). If so, these bonus materials, most with an emphasis on the Wold Newton Universe and how the books are related to each other, should help make it so new readers don't stop at just one. How about this: Do Phil's memory a big favor and buy at least one of these titles just to give it to someone who has never read Farmer. See if you can't set the hook and reel them in. You know you would be doing them a great favor in the long run.

Order your copy now--and put the next book in the series, Time's Last Gift, on your list as well!

Saturday, March 03, 2012

Countdown to the new Philip José Farmer books from Titan! (post #1)

Over the next few weeks I'll be outlining Titan Books' current plans for its series of Philip José Farmer reissues, so stay tuned to this space, or Facebook!

As previously announced, three titles are coming very soon. And of course one Wold Newton book by Farmer has already been published, although it fell under the umbrella of their "Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes" line.

The Wold Newton series will have several different "sub-series." Currently the "main" Wold Newton series and the "Prehistory" sub-series are listed. More to come!

Wold Newton Series

The Peerless Peer (June 2011)
  •  Afterword by Win Scott Eckert
 
The Other Log of Phileas Fogg (May 2012)
  • Afterword by Win Scott Eckert: "Only a Coincidence: Phileas Fogg, Philip José Farmer, and the Wold Newton Family"
  • Chronology by Win Scott Eckert: "A Chronology of Major Events Pertinent to The Other Log of Phileas Fogg"
(Wold Newton Prehistory Series)
Time’s Last Gift (June 2012)
  • Afterword by Christopher Paul Carey: ""John Gribardsun and the Prehistoric Wold Newton Family"
  • Chronology by Win Scott Eckert and Dennis E. Power: "Gribardsun through the Ages: A Chronology of Major Events Pertinent to Time’s Last Gift"

Grandmaster Series

Lord Tyger (July 2012)

  • (Bonus materials to be announced next post!)