Volume 013, Number 2, Spring, 1995

Prometheus Project

Brad Linaweaver has a completed a new novel. The Land Beyond Summer, a fantasy novel in which the four seasons are real places, is a satirical commentary on the American family. Linaweaver believes he has gotten a lot of truth in this book, and not surprisingly, he reports he is having trouble finding a publisher.

Knee-Deep in the Dead, the first Doombook, based on the popular video game and written by Dafydd ab Hugh and Brad Linaweaver, will be published this spring through Pocket Books. With a print run of 100,000 copies and heavy promotion, as well as name-recognition from the title, this could be a major popular breakthrough for Linaweaver and ab Hugh. Dafydd ab Hugh is perhaps best known for his Star Trek: Deep Space Nine novel, Fallen Heroes, and his fantasy alternative history novels, Arthur War Lord, and Far Beyond the Wave.

Linaweaver also reports that he and Victor Koman have written a short story set in the Moon of Ice universe. "The Light that Blinds," is the latest of several expansion of the Moon of Ice universe. Sold to Ed Kramer's anthology Dark Destiny II, "The Light that Blinds" can be loosely summed up in one sentence as, "Alistair Crowley meets Adolph Hitler."

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