Missing web fiction compilations


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So, a number of the Pathfinder Tales web fiction stories still haven't been compiled into epubs. These stories are:

  • Stargazer by Chris A. Jackson
  • A Matter of Knives by Ed Greenwood
  • Best Served Cold by Ari Marmell
  • The Weeping Blade by Josh Vogt
  • The Fencing Master by Dave Gross
  • Inheritance by Gabrielle Harbowy
  • Bells for the Dead by Howard Andrew Jones
  • The Cloak of Belonging by Chris Willrich
  • Hunter's Folly by Josh Vogt
  • Winter's Wolves by Wendy N. Wagner
  • Dune Runner by Christopher Paul Carey
  • Boar and Rabbit by James L. Sutter
  • The Tides of Blood! by Lucien Soulban
  • Queen Sacrifice by Steven Savile
  • Armored by Staphanie Lorée
  • A Knightly Mission by Dylan Birtolo
  • The Patch Man by Adam Heine
  • Diamond in the Rough by Evey Brett
  • The Gem by Gary Kloster
  • The Price Paid by Josh Vogt
  • Crisis of Faith by Michael J. Martinez

Also missing are compilation for these Pathfinder Journal stories from various Pathfinder Adventure Path Volumes:
  • The Bonedust Dolls by Kevin Andrew Murphy, from Reign of Winter
  • Sweet Ichor by Robin D. Laws, from Wrath of the Righteous
  • Shadow of the Sands by Amber E. Scott, from Mummy's Mask
  • Whispers n the Wastelands by Amber E. Scott, from Iron Gods
  • Tall Tales by various authors, from Giantslayer
  • Monsters Among Us by Stephanie Lorée, from Hell's Rebels
  • Cowards and Crows by Josh Vogt, from Hell's Vengeance
  • and the individual stories from Strange Aeons

Well, can we ever get these epub collections? Is there maybe even a timetable?

Scarab Sages

I would certainly pay to read those Journals

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At one point earlier this year, James S. actually had me slowly gathering information on all the we needed to get out into epubs (which includes most of that list, I believe). It's still on our to-do, but right now they keep getting other bigger projects bumped above them...like Starfinder, for instance. But I want to see all the fiction out there as well, and I know it's just a matter of time.

Scarab Sages

Josh Vogt wrote:
At one point earlier this year, James S. actually had me slowly gathering information on all the we needed to get out into epubs (which includes most of that list, I believe). It's still on our to-do, but right now they keep getting other bigger projects bumped above them...like Starfinder, for instance. But I want to see all the fiction out there as well, and I know it's just a matter of time.

Thanks Josh!


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I know this is a super old thread, but is there any hope of getting the old web fiction and the rest of the Pathfinder journals out as ePubs?


I'm new here, but it has been a long time. Too long? I hope not.


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I'm hopeful that these get made. Once the human resource of time is spent to get them formatted into an ePub, they are a salable item that doesn't take up space in the warehouse. I'm guessing that the expected profit isn't worth the cost.

My impression is that the Pathfinder Tales line was always a labor of love more than a moneymaker.

Note to the publishers: If/when these are made, I WILL purchase them all.

Scarab Sages

Same here.


Thinking about this again today as I contemplate rereading Kevin Andrew Murray's alchemist tales. I know that the one from the winter AP has not been compiled and I desperately want it to be. Same with at least one Howard Andrew Jones web fiction piece.


It has been just over a year since I commented that I would purchase any and all short fiction that has not yet been published (see the list at the top of this thread) as an ePub/PDF. I stand by that statement. If you publish it, I will buy it. It might take me a few weeks as I would spread the purchases out, buying one as I finish reading one. But I would eventually purchase them all.

Most pressing to me personally, would be to see The Bonedust Dolls by Kevin Andrew Murphy and Sweet Ichor by Robin D Laws.

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