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Sci-Fried: It's a Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark World

... Illustration by Crystal Frasier ... Sci-Fried: It's a Dark, Dark, Dark, Dark World Tuesday, November 3, 2009Cave Raptors are sated; It's time to blog! ... Time for a little back history on everyone's favorite literate goblin (and by that, I mean Golarion's only literate goblin): I love science fiction, but I am woefully ignorant of the subject. I sat on my mother's knee and watched Star Wars and Star Trek, I read through my father's dog-eared old copy of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and...
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Tags: Crystal Frasier The Dark World Emrah Elmasli Goblins Henry Kuttner Monsters Planet Stories Sci-Fried
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Robots Have No Tails (Trade Paperback)

We're Baaaaaaaack!

... Illustration by Tomasz Jedruszek ... We're Baaaaaaaack! Thursday, July 30, 2009Shameful! Absolutely shameful! ... I refer, of course, to the fact that the last several months have seen the Planet Stories footprint on this blog dwindle down to almost nothing. It turns out that producing a 576-page RPG core rulebook and a bestiary with more than 350 monsters in addition to our Pathfinder, Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Chronicles, Pathfinder Modules, Pathfinder Scenarios, GameMastery,...
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The Dark World (Trade Paperback)

The Dark World Approaches...

The Dark World Approaches... Tuesday, October 21, 2008In my last Planet Stories post, I talked all about The Dark World, Henry Kuttner's story of two men trapped in the same body and thrust into a world of mythology and corruption, and dropped quotes by everyone from Ray Bradbury to Marion Zimmer Bradley to Roger Zelazny about how much they adore the book and the ways in which its unique take on science fantasy influenced their own writing. ... Since I can't top their comments, I'm not even...
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The Dark World (Trade Paperback)

It's a Dark, Dark World

... It's a Dark, Dark World Tuesday, October 7, 2008You're going to love this one, Erik told me when we decided to publish Henry Kuttner's The Dark World. It's amazing. Cool, I said, and left it at that. After all, while being publisher of Planet Stories has given Erik the chance to accelerate his ascension to pulp scholarship, we see a lot of good books around here. So I got a little excited, but nothing out of the ordinary. Then I saw what some other folks had to say about it. I consider...
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Elak of Atlantis (Trade Paperback)

Return to Atlantis

Return to Atlantis Monday, September 10, 2007Ray Bradbury once referred to Henry Kuttner as a neglected master... a man who shaped science fiction and fantasy in its most important years. Kuttner sold his first story, The Graveyard Rats, to Weird Tales in 1936, the same year in which he wrote a fan letter to rising science fiction author C. L. Moore, mistakenly believing her to be a man. The two were married in 1940, and in the years that followed they collaborated constantly, publishing...
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Black God's Kiss (Trade Paperback)

Kicking Down The Door

Kicking Down The Door Wednesday, July 25, 2007That more people don't know the name C. L. Moore is one of the biggest tragedies in science fiction and fantasy. This October, Planet Stories plans to do everything we can to change that. ... First published in Weird Tales in 1934, Catherine Lucille Moore was writing science fiction and fantasy in a time where female authors were rare across the board, and practically unheard of in genre fiction. Abbreviating her name to hide her gender, Moore...
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