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DEUCES DOWN Wild Cards XVI

Set in an alternate, shared-world universe, Deuces Down is the one place you’ll find such never-before-told tales as John Jos. Miller’s exciting 1969 World Series between the Baltimore Orioles and the Brooklyn Dodgers; Michael Cassutt’s first moon landing, when the whole world wasn’t watching; and many more. It’s a strange and terrifying world, where anything can happen.

DEUCES DOWN Wild Cards XVI
DEATH DRAWS FIVE Re-Release

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By John J. Miller

Wild Cards XVII: John Fortune is the son of Peregrine and Fortunato, two of the most powerful and popular Aces the world has ever known. Now, in Death Draws Five, his card has finally turned. He’s an Ace! And proud of it…

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Short Stories

Wild Cards Short Fiction

By Ian Tregillis

When a mysterious stranger approaches Wally Gunderson, a.k.a Rustbelt, about running for Jokertown City Council. He'll discover the ins and outs of local politics, and whether conspiracy theorist Sparkjob is actually crazy… or just on to something?

Wild Cards Short Fiction
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Supers

by Mark Lawrence GRRM reminded me that this blog post was due in three weeks and immediately a low grade panic set in. Not that I couldn’t think of anything to say in the general area of superheroes and Wild … Continue reading "Supers"

Supers
Talking with Ti

Max Gladstone

TI: Hello, Max! Thanks for taking the time to answer a few questions today. I suppose I should admit to everyone that I was certain we had met at an Irish Worldcon last year. But you weren’t at an Irish … Continue reading "Max Gladstone"

Max Gladstone

DEAL YOURSELF IN

by Peadar O Guilin Pick a card.  Look, I’ll make it easy for you. I’ll fan them out across the table and all you have to do is choose. But you hesitate. I think you’re afraid. Anybody who has followed … Continue reading "DEAL YOURSELF IN" Continue Reading

The Spy Who Came Down from the Sky

by Christopher Rowe In the 1950s, newsstands were everywhere in New York City. There were over 3,000 of them registered, their proprietors hawking newspapers and magazines to busy passersby in every borough. Around 1953, a new one went up at … Continue reading "The Spy Who Came Down from the Sky" Continue Reading

Power…and all that stuff

by Caroline Spector Recently, I got an email from George.  He was reminding me that I had a blog post due.  I explained that, no, my post was due two weeks later.  I checked my emails, and dammit, he was right.  Now I’m late … Continue reading "Power…and all that stuff" Continue Reading