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How To Piss Off A Failed Super Soldier by John Chu Published 07/12/2016 | 7,216 Words From the Hugo Award-winning author of “The Water That Falls On You From Nowhere” comes a new short story about family, loyalty, and symbiont-enhanced super-soldiers From the moment of his birth, Aitch has been prodded, tested, and measured by […]
“Inspirations and Influences” is a series of articles in which we invite authors to write guest posts talking about their Inspirations and Influences. In this feature, we invite writers to talk about their new books, older titles, and their writing overall. Tomorrow, we publish the third story in the Year of the Superhero season: “How […]
We are so excited to reveal the cover for the next story in our forthcoming lineup of Superhero fiction: How To Piss Off A Failed Super Soldier by John Chu. Without further ado, BEHOLD! The smugglerific cover! About the Short Story From the Hugo Award-winning author of “The Water That Falls On You From Nowhere” […]
The Book Smugglers’ Quarterly Almanac is HERE. A brand new (ad)venture from your friendly neighborhood Book Smugglers, we are delighted to present you with a new quarterly collection (nearly eight years in the making). Without further ado, we introduce… THE BOOK SMUGGLERS’ QUARTERLY ALMANAC Gorgeous cover art by Kristina Tsenova; Cover Layout by Kenda Montgomery […]
In which we unveil a brand new adventure from your friendly neighborhood Book Smugglers: The Book Smugglers’ Quarterly Almanac! As you may have noticed, we Book Smugglers are always looking for ways to improve, to grow, to try new things, and to embark on new adventures. For the past two years–ever since we launched Book […]
Introducing Book Smugglers Publishing’s summer 2016 season of superhero short stories! BOOK SMUGGLERS PUBLISHING PROUDLY PRESENTS Five Short Stories (and a brand new series) for the SuperReader First, there was the season of Subversive Fairy Tales. Second, there were Tales of First Contact and the pulpy, hard-boiled Spindle City Mysteries. This year, we Book Smugglers […]
SFF in Conversation: John Chu’s “Stand Back! I’m Going To Quote Junot Díaz (Thinking about language)”
SFF in Conversation is a new monthly feature on The Book Smugglers in which we invite guests to talk about a variety of topics important to speculative fiction fans, authors, and readers. Our vision is to create a safe (moderated) space for thoughtful conversation about the genre, with a special focus on inclusivity and diversity […]
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