3rd Edition, $13
Take a mad ride past the event horizon of sanity with Lilith, Dionysus, and their band of Fallen gods in this mythpunk vision of an alternate near-past. This is the story of those Fallen who walk amongst us in the age of anonymity and alternate identities, and hints of the dark world that is to come.
Are they on an ego trip, or do they really believe they're divine? Party At The World's End deals with the youthful rebellion of the rock and roll generation, juxtaposed with the social media cult of personality of today. Lola Parsons reinvents herself as Lilith. Alexi becomes Dionysus. Meredith becomes Jesus. They discover that a great deal of power can come with a stage name and a role, when it connects. Suddenly they're superstars of a different kind, chased by counter-terrorism units as America crumbles around them, and what began as little more than a prank turns a band into the ultimate symbol of death and rebirth.
Specs: 240 pg. 6"x9" paperback, mythpunk / speculative fiction. This is an edited, single volume containing material first serialized as Fallen Nation, 404 Documents and Words of Traitors. Includes black and white and front cover art by Christopher Disalvatore.
Covid-19 Limited Edition Release, $19.95
Tales From When I Had A Face is an existential fairy-tale told for those of us who still remember the uncertainty of the occult logic of dreams. A story about the ends of worlds, and the beginning of meaning.
On Ayta’s seventh birthday, there came a knock on the door, and there stood her Gran. Once a thing of myth, descended from legends, now just a stooped old woman. Through her Gran’s fantastic stories, Ayta’s lonely life growing up in a world in which she didn’t belong is transformed. In this land of the distant future, tribes guided by symbol, prophecy, and portent face their own impossible decision, between the Chernayan Empire in the North, and the apocalyptic threat of New Babylon rising in the South. But just seven years later, her Gran would be dead, and Ayta must then come to terms with her dark legacy: bearing ancestral myth in a world that has no need for what it sees as childish things...
NOTE: Covid-19 has changed so many things, and one of them has been the future of this project. Begun in 2013, March 2020 was the month we intended to begin pitching this project to publishers and agents, using this full color mockup. Now the industry seems to be on hold, much like the rest of our lives. In the interim, we've decided to make this mockup version available in a very limited channel to test the water. If we see significant interest, we will fast track a Crowdfunding campaign.
Specs: 291 pg. 8.5"x11" full color paperback, mythpunk / speculative fiction. Art by James Curcio, P. Emerson Williams, Chris Disalvatore, and Andu Abril.
We will be revamping our merch section in 2020 following our Kickstarter. In the meantime, some of the designs from our work in progress is available in a variety of forms: prints, clothings, and more: