Saturday, December 11, 2010

Wold Newton takes over All Pulp!

In honor of Wold Newton Day (December 13), All Pulp Editor in Chief (sort of) Tommy Hancock is devoting not one, not two, but three days to the celebration, over at the fantastic All Pulp site.

First up is Hancock's introduction to the extravaganza, "The Meteor Has Struck!"

Next is my own Wold Newton Primer, "A Nova of Genetic Splendor."

Also, Michael Croteau, the publisher of Meteor House, has posted a 200 word teaser of the first Wold Newton Origins tale, "Is He in Hell?" from The Worlds of Philip Jose Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions.

Mike had also posted a new update at the Official Philip Jose Farmer Home Page in honor of Wold Newton Day, including incredible markdowns for the PJF estate sale.

The celebration will last for three days over at All Pulp, including articles, interviews, transcripts from speeches, even possibly PJF/Wold Newton inspired music(!), as well as reviews of current work in the Wold Newton Universe.

So head on over to All Pulp, and keep on checking back over the weekend as well as on Monday, December 13, 2010 (the 215th anniversary of the Wold Newton meteor strike).

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