The StoryHack Kickstarter has gone live! If you want to experience some action-oriented pulp adventure, you’ll want to check this one out.
There’s an Issue 0 already out, done as a proof concept. The cover is there. As I said in yesterday’s post, I’m excited to be included in the first issue. It’s available for free during the duration of the Kickstarter campaign, just go here. And if you like the contents, please think about supporting.
I’m a day or two late on this announcement since I left town the day it was made, but StoryHack Issue 0 has gone live. The electronic version is currently $1 on Amazon. Bryce Beattie, the editor and publisher, has put it up for free on Smashwords, as well as Barnes and Noble, so Amazon should price match soon. There’s also a print version for $9.99.
I’m excited about StoryHack, and not just because I have a story in it. (I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t excited about having a story in it.) I’m encouraged by the number of startup publications with an emphasis on action and adventure. It looks like we’re about to have a renaissance of pulp sensibilities, and that’s a good thing.
StoryHack Issue 0 is free because it’s a proof of concept for a Kickstarter campaign to launch the magazine. The Kickstarter should go live in the next day or three. Get a copy, read it, and if you like what you see, pledge the Kickstarter. I’ll let you know when it launches.
There’s a Kickstarter launching soon for a new publication entitled StoryHack Action and Adventure. It’s just what the name implies. Action and adventure stories from multiple genres, all with a pulp sensibility. Bryce A. Beattie is the editor/publisher. He has put together an Issue 0 prior to the Kickstarter launching.
Here is the lineup, in alphabetical order, by first name:
You might recognize some of those names. *waves at David* Yes, that’s me, the fifth one down. I’m thrilled to be included in this anthology and am looking forward to reading the rest of the stories. You can be sure I’ll let you know more as launch date for the Kickstarter becomes available.