Today, in lieu of real content, I have a few random assortments from my commonplace book. Automatons, Italian cinema and a grimoire. All the ingredients for an interesting Monday. Continue reading “Zibaldone #11: The Brazen Head of Frankenstein”
Two years ago, Derrick Ferguson and I wrote a little something called The Vril Agenda. Now, courtesy of Airship 27 and Radio Archives, it’s available for your listening pleasure, via Audible. Listen as two legendary heroes come together to defeat an evil as old as time itself! Continue reading “Super-Sounds: Vril-YA!”
Another of my Jim Anthony, Super-Detective stories is now available for your listening pleasure, via Audible. “Proof of Supremacy” sees the Super-Detective join forces with ace G-Man, Dan Fowler, in order to capture a deadly gang of bank robbers before they kill again. Continue reading “Super-Sounds Redux”
I’m pleased to announce that a good many of my Jim Anthony, Super Detective stories are now available for your listening pleasure, via Audible. Ranging anywhere from three to six hours, they’re perfect for long drives, train journeys or even the occasional jaunt by experimental gyrocopter. Continue reading “Super-Sounds for a Super-Detective”
My 2015 Pro Se Press novella, The New Adventures of Jim Anthony, Super-Detective: Red Shambhala, is now available as an audiobook from Audible. Narrated by Bob Kern, it’s three hours of adventure, featuring a dead man seeking revenge, hidden treasure, and flesh-eating eagles. Download your copy today! And if you like what you hear, why not check out the Super-Detective’s previous outing, Death’s Head Cloud, available in print, digital and audio form?
Just got word today that the second volume of Black Bat Mystery from Airship 27 is now available as an audiobook from Audible. Narrated by Bob Kern, it contains stories by Jim Beard, Aaron Smith, Frank Byrns and myself. My story, “The Black Bat at Bay!” sees the eponymous vigilante go head-to-head with the Super-Detective himself in a senses-shattering showdown. You can read an excerpt here, if you like.
Pro Se Productions in conjunction with Altus Press presents a new volume in its PULP OBSCURA line. Originally written under the pen name of John Grange by Victor Rousseau Emmanuel, Robert Leslie Bellem, and W. T. Ballard, Jim Anthony was a “half Irish, half Indian, and all-American” adventurer who inherited great wealth and had amazing mental and physical abilities.
And now he returns in a new adventure penned by noted author Joshua Reynolds: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF JIM ANTHONY, SUPER-DETECTIVE VOLUME TWO: RED SHAMBHALA! Continue reading “The Red Road to Shambhala”