Friday, December 9, 2011

Introducing Penny Dreadnought, Insidious Indoctrination Engine of the Abominable Gentlemen


I promised that I had legitimate projects coming to fruition, and now I come bearing the sweet, sweet fruits. Marvel at PENNY DREADNOUGHT:


Penny Dreadnought is going to be an ongoing magazine of sorts published by and featuring stories from the Abominable Gentlemen, also known as:
and me

Although all the stories in this first issue are reprints, in the future Penny Dreadnought will also contain new material. In this first issue, Introducing Penny Dreadnought, Insidious Indoctrination Engine of the Abominable Gentlemen, we tried to put forth our best stories. Later issues will have themes, though the stories could come from any of the darker genres.

To people who’ve read my Pulling Teeth collection, you’ve already read my story. But getting the other 3 for $0.99 is a steal. They are freaking awesome. For real.

There’s not much up yet, but in the future, pennydreadnought.com is going to be the best place to keep up to date on our horrible machinations (and publications, and essay…ummm…ations…)


Da blurb!



From the malignant minds of the Abominable Gentlemen comes the first volume of Penny Dreadnought. Within these pages you’ll find the following seeds of madness:
“Lilies” by Iain Rowan
“Cargo” by Aaron Polson
“First Time Buyers” by James Everington
“Invasion of the Shark-Men” by Alan Ryker

Introducing Penny Dreadnought, Insidious Indoctrination Engine of the Abominable Gentlemen is approximately 22,000 words, or 88 paper pages, and can be purchased at:

2 comments:

  1. Such a great idea. Now that I (finally) broke down and got a Kindle, I'll be checking this out. Burden, Kansas is already on the new Kindle, a book I've been wanting to read for a while now!

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  2. Thanks so much! I hope you enjoy it.

    If you haven't reached the point already, it's not going to be long before you wonder how you ever did without a Kindle

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