Sherlock Holmes meets the Beatles in this comic mystery story. Hear how Sherlock gets to the bottom of one of the most famous mysteries in music history: the Paul McCartney death clues.
Two thousand years ago, an obscure Christian sect captured God in a wooden prison and buried him in the desert. Ever since, clandestine groups have searched in vain for the prison's location. Until now. When a team of archaeologists find a Gnostic temple in the Egyptian desert, it ignites a race to locate God's prison. The winner will hold God - and the future of us all - in their hands.
"Go Gnostic or go home. now you know why."
Raymond Shaw has just received the sort of offer every struggling writer dreams about: He has a chance to write a screenplay for Wallace Beery, the world's most celebrated director. On his private tropical island. All expenses paid. Overjoyed, Raymond drops everything and hops on a plane, curious to know what the movie is going to be about. Of course, there's a catch. We could tell you more, but then we would have to kill you.
Samuel Burgess loves owning a second-hand bookstore. But when books from other universes start appearing on his shelves, his dream warps into an enigma. Obsessed with understanding how the books are showing up on his shelves, Samuel finds himself smuggling psychedelic mushrooms, floating in sensory deprivation tanks and talking to the occasional hippopotamus- all en route to the most unexpected discovery of all: love. After only three months of dating,
Pockets, miracles, hallucinogens, teepees, sharks, and exploding trees all play a role as Bobby Steiner chronicles his search for love and a nice bag of weed while following Phish's 2000 Summer Tour. A lot of weird stuff can happen to a guy on the road.
The guy in the next cubicle listens exclusively to Kenny G. It's all Aliester Crewley hears at work, day after excruciating day. It's driving him mad. Music this bad can only mean one thing - something demon-y is afoot. A powerful amateur magickian, Aliester knows how to deal with demons. But actions can have seriously unintended, rather bizarre consequences - of the Apocalyptic kind.
"Zombie apocalypse with music."
Drone Wars is a new, serialized story by William Hrdina (author of Dhalgo and Agharta). The first issue, Secrets and L.I.E.S. introduces us to Evelyn, Jenna, Tasha, and Michelle, four girls who are seriously involved in the secret war to damage and ultimately overcome Clint Fleener and his army of surveillance drones.
Dhalgo is a pacifist living in a tribe of warriors known as the Kimbry. All he wants to do is train naequine, his tribe's elephant-sized warhorses, but tradition and prejudice keeps Dhalgo from doing the thing he loves. Unbeknownst to the Kimbry, an apocalyptic battle lies on the horizon. Namarrgon, the greatest evil in a world full of monsters, has raised a massive army that is sweeping across the land like a plague. Namarrgon's only rival is a Warlord named Munuane. He enlists the Kimbry and unexpectedly promotes Dhalgo to be Chief Naequine Steward, changing his entire life.
"Most authers should not be narrators."
An irreverent collection of 11 anti-corporate short stories by William Hrdina. Instead of your typically dour stories about the plight of the working man- here you will find satirical and funny anti-corporate fairy tales as told by a sarcastic elf with tendency towards the surreal.
For generations, the Folken have lived in total isolation. A self-contained society, they worship Bluegrass music and the legendary banjo picking of Jesus. For the Folken, the outside world inspires fear, not curiosity. Sarah Throckmartin is a typical 12-year old, living a typical Folken life - until her runaway dog, an old grudge, and a false prophecy combine to exile her and her brother Eddie from the Folken and everything they know.