New Writing Market – Raygun Revival

Received details recently of a new market:





Ray Gun Revival (RGR) is an online magazine dedicated to fun stories, grand escapism, and good old sensawunda. RGRl provides just that, a throwback publication that revisits space opera and golden age sci-fi. Their stories focus more on character development than hard science and sail all the wide-open waters between science fantasy and harder SF. Think of the original Star Wars stories, Doc Smith’s Lensman series, the Warlord of Mars tales from Edgar Rice Burroughs. Think of everything from John Carter and Gully Foyle to Kimball Kinnison and Han Solo. They are bringing out the deepest elements of what has traditionally been rather superficial fiction and updating them for a new generation of fiction enthusiasts.

Go check them out!

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  • http://www.jordanlapp.com Jordan

    Dang, you made me break my no commenting rule to thank you!

    Thanks for the plug!

    P.S. It seems to remember me now. Perhaps I was simply experiencing growing pains. I shouldn’t have been such a grouch about it, but, man, the stress of the season. Sorry!

  • http://blog.brentknowles.com Brent Knowles

    Ha!

    No worries though, the feedback is good. Disqus is more useful I think to larger blogs that have loads of people who do actively use their twitter/disqus accounts. Probably overkill for my needs.

    It needs to be friendlier for ‘guest accounts’ — I’m glad it remembered you this time but not sure how persistent that will be.

    I’ll decide in early Jan whether I’ll drop Disqus or not…