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Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity

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Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity

Edited by Phil Giunta
Coming in August, 2014
ISBN-13: 978-0-9773851-6-4

Firebringer Press brings you thirteen amazing tales of science fiction, fantasy and the paranormal, and introduces some phenomenal new talent to the Firebringer stable! From World War II Japan, to a future where people's dreams are for sale as entertainment, to the far-flung reaches of space, regulars Phil Giunta, Lance Woods and Steven H. Wilson, joined by new authors Stuart Roth, Amanda Headlee, Michael Critzer, Susanna Reilly and Daniel Patrick Corcoran take you on a tour of all eternity. Along the way you'll meet vampires, succubi, androids, mad scientists, ghosts and alien beings on an unforgettable journey that begins and ends... Somewhere in the Middle of Eternity.

Last Updated on Sunday, 16 March 2014 02:56
 

The Arbiter Logs: The White Lady

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By Steven H. Wilson
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ISBN-13: 9781301249428
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Years ago on Terra, Midshipman Terry Metcalfe's little sister Lydia died at the age of twelve. Terry left earth for the Navy of the Confederated Worlds, but his little sister's memory has haunted him ever since. Now, on the colony world of New Rhineland, a sinister figure, a demon ghost from stories he knew as a child, emerges, claiming to have a hold on Lydia's soul. All of his shipmates become trapped in the vengeful spirit's web, as the myth of the White Lady of Berlin becomes all too shockingly real.

The White Lady is the fourth adventure of the crew of the CNV Arbiter, adapted from the Mark Time and Parsec Award-winning audio drama series, The Arbiter Chronicles. Library Journal calls the Arbiters "a cast of compelling characters," and Analog calls the Chronicles "a fun romp... like a cross between the funniest episodes of the original Star Trek and Monty Python."

Last Updated on Friday, 18 October 2013 17:51
 

The Arbiter Logs: A Man Walks into a Bar

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By Steven H. Wilson
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ISBN-13: 9781301545117
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"Isn't it obvious? I've just killed a man."

Cernaq is a telepath from the planet Phaeton, the gentlest, most unassuming of the crew of the CNV Arbiter. After he must take a man's life in the line of duty, his behavior begins to take a turn for the worse. Another presence is slowly gaining control of his mind, and one of the most powerful telepathic intellects in the galaxy is now a threat to himself and his shipmates.

A Man Walks Into a Bar is the second adventure of the crew of the CNV Arbiter, adapted from Parsec Award-winning audio drama series, The Arbiter Chronicles. This story also received the Mark Time Silver Award for excellence in science fiction audio drama in 2004. Library Journal calls the Arbiters "a cast of compelling characters," and Analog calls the Chronicles "a fun romp... like a cross between the funniest episodes of the original Star Trek and Monty Python."

 

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 August 2013 19:53
 

The Arbiter Logs: Man of Letters

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By Steven H. Wilson
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ISBN-13: 9781301537853
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In all of the history of the planet Phaeton, since it was settled hundreds of years ago, only a handful of its telepathic citizens have ventured into outer space. Professor Mors, a legendary intellectual, and his young protégé Cernaq are two of those. Now that Cernaq is serving on border patrol aboard the CNV Arbiter, his mentor has tasked him with chronicling the extraordinary events he is a part of. Cernaq's letters provide a glimpse of a very seedy corner of Naval service through very innocent, foreign eyes, as he learns that much of humanity is not governed by reason or science.

Man of Letters is the third adventure of the crew of the CNV Arbiter, adapted from the Mark Time and Parsec Award-winning audio drama series, The Arbiter Chronicles. Library Journal calls the Arbiters "a cast of compelling characters," and Analog calls the Chronicles "a fun romp... like a cross between the funniest episodes of the original Star Trek and Monty Python."

Last Updated on Saturday, 03 August 2013 19:58
 

The Arbiter Logs: Mutiny Springs Eternal

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By Steven H. Wilson
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ISBN-13: 978-1301767984
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A century ago, the Faraday disappeared. The great ship dropped into the mysterious region known as L-space, never to be seen again. There are only legends left, legends of mutiny, of murder, and of the discovery of forbidden secrets. Today, the young midshipmen of the patrol ship Arbiter have found Faraday, a ghost ship orbiting a remote planet. And, somehow, someone... or something... has survived.

Mutiny Springs Eternal is the first adventure of the crew of the CNV Arbiter, adapted from the Mark Time and Parsec Award-winning audio drama series, The Arbiter Chronicles. Library Journal calls the Arbiters "a cast of compelling characters," and Analog calls the Chronicles "a fun romp... like a cross between the funniest episodes of the original Star Trek and Monty Python."

Last Updated on Tuesday, 04 June 2013 15:57
 
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