|I’m happy to say I’ve had another story published. It’s part of a bigger project involving music and fiction. Keep reading below the link for the project’s press release.
Another Limited Rebellion is proud to present a new collection of short science fiction stories inspired by the classic League of Space Pirates series created by Übercorp Publishing in the early 1960s.
Übercorp, which was founded in Richmond, Virginia in the late 1800s, is known primarily for its focus on commercial spaceflight these days, but there was a brief period in its history when it got into the publishing business. In 1963, following its huge success as a pharmaceutical company in the first-half of the 20th century, Übercorp purchased a failing pulp novel publisher and spent nearly a decade putting out its own titles – many of which were focused on the exploits of a band of rakish rogues known as the “League of Space Pirates.”
Since the originals are long out of print and extremely hard to find, Another Limited Rebellion has commissioned fourteen writers with a connection to Richmond to create their own take on the League of Space Pirates universe. Each author researched the characters and story elements from the original stories and also found inspiration in the music of the Richmond-based League of Space Pirates band.
The stories are being published weekly starting today at http://ubercorpbiz.tumblr.com/
Following the complete release online the stories will be collected and published by ALR in both digital and physical formats.
Below are the release dates and the names of the contributing authors:
June 7 – Noah Scalin
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