Tag Archives: spy fiction

New Steampunk Story Available: Tea and Treachery

And now it’s time for a commercial break, because I have another new release to announce today. Today’s new release is another story to come out of the 2017 July short story challenge, where the idea was to write a … Continue reading

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New German spy story available – Neue Spionagegeschichte auf Deutsch erhältlich: Auf der anderen Seite des Vorhangs

I have a new release in German, namely the German language version of The Other Side of the Curtain. I initially planned to announce the new release on November 9 to tie in with the 25th anniversary of the fall … Continue reading

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A new cover for “The Other Side of the Curtain”

The Other Side of the Curtain was one of the three Pegasus Pulp launch titles and coincidentally also the first cover I ever created. That given, it’s not a bad cover. I even drove out specifically to a local junkyard … Continue reading

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New Release: The Dark Lily

The Dark Lily, our latest release here at Pegasus Pulp is not just a return to the spy fiction genre and to the swinging sixties, but also a prequel to The Other Side of the Curtain, which was one of … Continue reading

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Not a New Story but a New Cover and Title: Courier Duty

I’ve revamped the short story formerly known as Shape No. 8, because it steadfastly refused to sell even a single copy in six months in its previous form. I strongly suspect that the original cover (which you can see here) … Continue reading

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How SFnal is Spy Fiction?

The King of Elfland’s Second Cousin has a very insightful post about the connection between science fiction (and urban fantasy for that matter) and classic spy fiction, which draws on Darko Suvin‘s theory of cognitive estrangement, as outlined in Metamorphoses … Continue reading

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