Rave Reviews for InterstellarNet: Enigma
Dear Everybody, I have for many years joked that work as a freelancer consists of throwing forty loaves out into the water and hoping that one of them will come back. The same seems to apply to small-press publishing. You have to make a zillion efforts in hopes that one of them pays off. For […]
InterstellarNet: Enigma Wins Canopus Award
Edward M. Lerner’s latest novel, InterstellarNet: Enigma has just won the Inaugural Canopus Award for Excellence in Interstellar Writing. The award is given by the 100 Year Star Ship (100YSS) organization “to works that contribute to the excitement, knowledge, and understanding of interstellar space exploration and travel.” Congratulations to Ed. FoxAcre Press is proud to […]
InterstellarNet titles revert to regular pricing
Just a quick note to say that the various titles in Ed Lerner’s InterstellarNet series have now reverted to their regular (but still eminently reasonable!) prices. As discussed in previous posts, the special prices were but a temporary thing, and all such must come to an end. One other quick note: we’re only selling Parts […]
Off To CapClave!
I’ll be wandering the halls and discussion panels at Capclave 2015 this weekend. See Capclave.org for more information about this small and friendly book-focused convention. It takes place in Gaithersburg, Maryland, about ten miles northwest of Washington, D.C.
Now That We’re All Nicely Introduced…
Just a quick heads-up to all and sundry: In order to celebrate the publication of InterstellarNet: Enigma, we’ve been running special reduced prices on the ebook editions of InterstellarNet: Origins and InterstellarNet: New Order, and also on Part One and Part Two of the serialization of InterstellarNet: Enigma. This special pricing will end Thursday, October […]
70th Anniversary of End of War Against Japan
My father, Thomas B. Allen, and his long-time writing partner, Norman Polmar, have just published a piece on TheAtlantic.con, recounting the frantic behind-the-scenes activity in Tokyo — and attempted coup — that led to the Japanese surrender. Here’s a link to this fascinating story: 70 Years After Hiroshima. It is more than worth a read. […]
Championship B’tok — Even More Free
Dear Everybody: This just in: I am sticking a cautious toe into additional ebook vendors. No I’m not. That came out wrong. I am sticking a metaphorical toe into the figurative waters of trying a policy of using additional vendors. No actual toes or vendors were harmed in the writing of this posting. ANYway. FoxAcre […]
Championship B’tok — Free At Last!
For somewhat dull contractual reasons, FoxAcre Press was not able to offer a free download of this particular edition of Championship B’tok — until now! This text is available in the Kindle/Mobi, Epub, and PDF formats. It includes TWO versions of the story — the Hugo-nominated version that appeared in Analog, and the version that […]
InterstellarNet: Enigma Now in Trade Paperback
Now in paperback! The latest volume of the InterstellarNet is now available in a handsome print edition. Now available at Amazon, BN.com, and other online booksellers, or direct from FoxAcre Press, InterstellarNet: Engima is released in a 440-page, $15.95 trade paperback edition. See this Press Release for full details!
And Now, for my next trick…
We have reached a bit of a pause in terms of rolling out InterstellarNet: Enigma. After wheeling out the five-part serial on a weekly basis, as well as sending out review copies, making parts one and two available as free downloads and so forth, I am catching my breath before the June 30 release of […]