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Mack Reynolds

Posted by emil reynolds on February 27, 2014 at 12:33pm 0 Comments

We have completed the sale of my Dads literary estate and are looking forward to seeing his works republished by Wildside Press.

I think there will be a lot of younger readers that will enjoy seeing some of his hard to find works in circulation once more.

My First Book

Posted by Michael McCarty on May 29, 2012 at 1:40pm 0 Comments

MY FIRST BOOK: GIANTS OF THE GENRE

My advice for beginning writers looking at getting their first novel published: hang tough, it’s one hell of a ride.

An author’s first book is like a first kiss – something you’ll never forgot as long as you live. After having nearly twenty books published, my first book still has a special place in my heart. It was Giants of the Genre published in 2003 by Wildside Press.

The story doesn’t really start here; it starts about a decade…

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Hoppy Easter

Posted by Michael McCarty on April 8, 2012 at 10:52am 0 Comments

Hope you all have a happy & safe Easter. If the Easter Bunny doesn't bring you enough goodies this year, check out DARK DUETS by Michael McCarty, available Wildside Press. Here is some info about the short story collection:

Michael McCarty assembles his "dream team" horror band, drawing on the talents of collaborators P.D. Cacek, Michael Romkey, Charlee Jacob, Jeffrey Thomas, Mark McLaughlin, Cindy McCarty, Teri A. Jacobs, R.L. Fox, Christopher DeRose, and Sandy DeLuca. A…

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Forum changes

Posted by John Betancourt on April 5, 2012 at 10:53pm 0 Comments

Wildside Press has hosted a forum for mystery movie discussions for 15+ years. I had hoped to move most of the discussions here, but the integration is not going as smoothly as I had hoped. For the time being, I have added a link to both the new forums and the old forums under the "Forums" tab for convenience.

-- John

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Is this forum dead?

Started by Alison Monday in Wildside Press: Guidelines and General Info 21 hours ago. 0 Replies

All I'm seeing are people joining the forum, making a post, never getting a response, and going away. It would be nice if someone from Wildside would take the time to respond occasionally.Since they…Continue

Megapack suggestion: Carrie Cashin

Started by Alison Monday in Wildside Press: Guidelines and General Info on Saturday. 0 Replies

Created by pulp crime writer Theodore Tinsley, Carrie Cashin appeared in over three dozen action-packed, fast-paced stories, starting in the November 1937 issue of Crime Busters, and continuing in…Continue

Clifford D. Simak suggestions

Started by Raymond Glover in Movies on Saturday. 0 Replies

Way StationTime Is The Simplest ThingThese are both excellent and I have not been able to find them.Continue

More Golden Amazon?

Started by Alison Monday in Wildside Press: Guidelines and General Info Jul 25. 0 Replies

I'm thoroughly enjoying the Golden Amazon series by John Russell Fearn, but I notice only 14 of the books have been published by Wildside, and the last one was back in December. Are you planning to…Continue

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Alison Monday posted a discussion

Is this forum dead?

All I'm seeing are people joining the forum, making a post, never getting a response, and going away. It would be nice if someone from Wildside would take the time to respond occasionally.Since they don't appear to have an email address it's really the only point of contact, outside of international snail mail or transatlantic phone calls, which are an expensive way to say "I like your books; are you doing any more in the series?"See More
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DarkLycan is now a member of Silver Screens: Books, Movies, and TV
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Alison Monday posted a discussion

Megapack suggestion: Carrie Cashin

Created by pulp crime writer Theodore Tinsley, Carrie Cashin appeared in over three dozen action-packed, fast-paced stories, starting in the November 1937 issue of Crime Busters, and continuing in that magazine through a name change (to Mystery Magazine in 1939) right up to her final appearance in November 1942.The twist to this private eye series is that although Carrie does all the work, her detective business is fronted by a man, while she plays the secretary. An idea stolen wholesale for…See More
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Raymond Glover posted a discussion

Clifford D. Simak suggestions

Way StationTime Is The Simplest ThingThese are both excellent and I have not been able to find them.See More
Saturday
Raymond Glover is now a member of Silver Screens: Books, Movies, and TV
Saturday
Alison Monday posted a discussion

More Golden Amazon?

I'm thoroughly enjoying the Golden Amazon series by John Russell Fearn, but I notice only 14 of the books have been published by Wildside, and the last one was back in December. Are you planning to continue the series?See More
Jul 25
Alison Monday updated their profile
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Alison Monday is now a member of Silver Screens: Books, Movies, and TV
Jul 25
tpdavis473 . posted a status
"A megapack said to come to this site to recommend a classic sf story for inclusion; RA Heinlein "By his bootstraps" Best time travel story."
Jul 21
tpdavis473 . is now a member of Silver Screens: Books, Movies, and TV
Jul 21
Phil Bernstein posted a discussion

Redder Than Blood Question

Does anybody know if there are plans for an audiobook release of the expanded Redder Than Blood: Tales from the Sisters Grimmer?  My wife has been telling me about the original for 30 years and unfortunately, she lost her copy in 1987.  As I went blind 8 years ago, I am absolutely dependent on audiobooks.  I know other Tanith Lee novels are available on Audible, most notibly the spectacular Tales of the Flat Earth (Death's Master et al.).  It is unfortunate that Audible will no longer…See More
Jul 17
Phil Bernstein is now a member of Silver Screens: Books, Movies, and TV
Jul 15
Wayne M. Koski posted a discussion

Fredric Brown Megapack

 I read the first Fredric Brown Megapack last month and I enjoyed it thoroughly.  I picked up the second Fredric Brown Megapack, but I noticed an anomoly in that the story Contact in the second pack is the same as Earthmen Bearing Gifts in the first pack.  Not being familar with the full extent of his work, is this a whoops in that my download (via Amazon) has the wrong story and somehow Earthman Bearing Gifts was duplicated?Thanks in advance for your help in this matter.-wayne-  See More
Jun 26
Wayne M. Koski is now a member of Silver Screens: Books, Movies, and TV
Jun 26
Charles R.L. Power posted a discussion

another ridiculous Megapack suggestion

Every hear of Carroll John Daly? He's considered the proto-hardboiled crime writer. His stuff reads a bit like Mickey Spillane except for a quasi-prepubescent discomfort with sex in line with decency standards of the time. (The Race Williams stories in particular feature a great femme fatale known as the Flame, but don't expect Race and Flame to share more than a suppressed attraction.) If Daly's hero (Race Williams or Three Gun Terry Mack or Satan Hall, etc.) doesn't drill a couple bad guys in…See More
Jun 24
Steve Gardiner replied to Barry Resnik's discussion Mega packs i would like to see
"Ok thanks for the reply John - I didn't think 25 years was that recent but I suppose in copyright years I suppose it's just a bairn... thanks anyway! "
Jun 18
 
 
 

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