an animal whose existence or survival is disputed or unsubstantiated, such as the yeti.
Last year, I had the pleasure of helping James Bojaciuk of 18thWall Productions to edit a series of novellas by some of the finest speculative authors of my acquaintance. ‘Cryptid Clash’ started as a joke on Facebook, and swiftly snowballed into an exciting project – one I’m proud to have been involved in. Continue reading “Cryptids Clashed”
This was a weird year. It wasn’t just me, right? Continue reading “2017 Recap”
The final instalment of Cryptid Clash!, “Inzignanin”, is now available from 18thWall Productions. Lee County Lizard Man versus Third-Eye Man, with mercenaries, scientists and Confederate zombies caught in the middle. Continue reading “Carolina Stomp”
The newest instalment of Cryptid Clash!, “Rumble” by Nikki Nelson-Hicks, is now available from 18thWall Productions. Mongolian Death Worms versus the monstrous Eaters in the Rocks, with a bevy of bureaucrats, environmentalists and mercenaries caught in the middle. Continue reading “Rumble, Young Worm, Rumble”
A new entry in 18thWall Productions’ Cryptid Clash! series, edited by James Bojaciuk and myself, is now available. “The Himalayan Horror”, by C.L. Werner, finds yetis brawling with Nazis, as well as a devilish canine out of nightmare. Continue reading “Horror in the Hills”
There’s a new volume of Cryptid Clash! out from 18thWall Productions – “The Thunder of Madness”, by David Annandale. Soldiers and scientists clash over control of a deadly weapon, as cryptids battle amid the fury of the First World War. Continue reading “Maddening Thunder”
18thWall Productions’ Cryptid Clash! continues, and this time out, Gav Thorpe brings the violence with “Conquest of the Nu-World: Ban-Manush Vs. Buru”. As a newly terraformed colony world goes silent, a team of mercenaries and middle-management set out to investigate. But something is waiting on them. Something hungry…
Edited by James Bojaciuk and myself, Cryptid Clash! pits cryptozoological creatures against each other – and anyone unlucky enough to be caught in the middle – in a battle to the death. William Meikle’s “The Mouth of the Ness: Loch Ness Monster Vs. Kraken” started the series off, and is still available via the 18thWall Productions site, as well as Amazon and its affiliates.
Grab a copy of “Conquest of the Nu-World” from the publisher, or from Amazon, today. And if you enjoy it (or “The Mouth of the Ness”), be sure to leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads.