Spotlight on our Author Spotlights

Pangaea titlePart of the fun of running a Kickstarter campaign for our Pangaea anthology is writing Author Spotlights. I know, they sound like they’d be a chore. But they’re not. Really.

The reason is as I’m writing them, I’m also marveling at the talent we’ve assembled to explore Pangaea–a super-continent on which mankind lives and always has lived, according to our unique sci fi alternate reality. You’ve got to admit, it’s a pretty good list.

Christian-Kane-The-Librarians-3_0Our first spotlight was on Geoffrey Thorne, a multi-talented fellow who was a successful actor before he became a TV writer and a damned good one. His current assignment is to co-produce The Librarians. Yeah, those Librarians. The man’s also got a voice like an angel, for what that’s worth.

Next we profiled Michael A. Burstein, who writes the kind of brilliant science fiction that Isaac Asimov would be proud of. Michael’s been nominated for so many Hugos and Nebulas, he’s lost count of them. Well, almost. And his story I Remember The Future is now an award-winning indie film.

BuffaloThen there’s Lawrence M. Schoen, a professor of psycholinguistics (yeah, that’s a thing, apparently) and one of the foremost Terran experts on the Klingon language. By the way, he’s also been nominated for a Nebula award for the third year in a row, which doesn’t happen too often these days.

Next up? Don’t tell anyone, but his initials just might be Paul Kupperberg. And he just might be the guy who (SPOILER ALERT) killed Archie. Or that might be a nasty rumor…Death of Archie variant

If you’re half as excited as I am to see what these guys are planning for Pangaea, head over to our Kickstarter website and see what the fuss is all about. You might even want to click on the Tuckerization reward that earns you the right to name a character in one of their stories.

If not, there are a whole bunch of other goodies you can wrangle. You know, like autographed books and such. Something for everyone.

Here’s the link so you can be part of the fun.

See you in Pangaea, all right?

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