Announcement Archive

Humble Gratitude

Posted May 23, 2016 By John C Wright

I posted the first episode of my ongoing pulp space opera serial, SUPERLUMINARY on Patreon, and went, cap in hand, asking my kind readers to support the effort. That was Wednesday. The promised donations have now exceeded $300 dollars a month. That amount astounds me. I am confident nothing in my meager talents and powers are […]

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Brings the Lightning by Peter Grant

Posted May 23, 2016 By John C Wright

Peter Grant, for those of you unfortunate enough not to have heard of him, is a soldier, humanitarian, pastor and author living in Texas. He has written a new book which I would like you to consider. He has written nonfiction on his time as a prison pastor as well as science fiction yarns The Maxwell […]

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SUPERLUMINARY on Patreon

Posted May 18, 2016 By John C Wright

An internet magazine hired me to write an old-fashioned space opera in the mood and flavor of ‘World Wrecker’ Hamilton to run in fifty or so weekly episodes of two-thousand word each. However, the magazine folded and returned the rights to me. It is my wish to bring it to my fan (Hi, Nate!) directly. […]

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Book Bomb: NETHEREAL, or, Space Pirates in Hell

Posted May 18, 2016 By John C Wright

A rising, fresh-faced and deserving superversive author, Brian Niemeier, asked me to help promote his book, which I am delighted to do. The inestimable Larry Correia, the Mountain the Writes, says he  read this a couple of months ago and the best way to describe it is Space Pirates Go To Hell. He adds “Only it […]

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Impersonal Appearance

Posted May 7, 2016 By John C Wright

Superversive Chat!

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A note on recent changes.

Posted May 4, 2016 By John's Web Support

We have moved the site’s commenting onto Disqus. You will no longer log into the site to comment. Instead, you will log into your Disqus account to comment. All existing comments are being loaded into Disqus currently. They should all be restored by the morning. There are a lot of them, which is presenting some […]

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A Polite Retreat from Combat

Posted May 2, 2016 By John C Wright

Mr. George R.R. Martin here (http://grrm.livejournal.com/485124.html) has taken the time out of his busy writing schedule to rebut my comment where I rebuked him for characterizing the Sad Puppies reading list of last year as ‘right-wing’ and ‘weak’, a statement published in the Guardian newspaper. My reply, humbly enough, was that my work was unweak […]

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Rabid Puppies Sweep Hugo Nominations

Posted April 27, 2016 By John C Wright

Here is a press release from my publisher and Supreme Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil Authors, our own Mr. Theodore “VOX  DAYYYYY” Beale, announcing what promises to be the first of many triumphs: RABID PUPPIES Make the 2016 Hugos Great Much to the surprise of the social justice warriors in the science […]

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Announcing GOD, ROBOT

Posted April 19, 2016 By John C Wright

A short story of mine appears in this daring anthology. It is the only science fiction anthology this year which will actually do to your imagination what science fiction is supposed to do. All the groupthink pablum you will read will be bland, safe, politically correct, and dull as dishwater. This challenges the Narrative. This […]

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Congratulations to Jerry Pournelle!

Posted April 13, 2016 By John C Wright

Just saw this in the news: http://blog.nss.org/acclaimed-science-fiction-author-dr-jerry-pournelle-wins-the-national-space-society-robert-a-heinlein-award/ Acclaimed Science Fiction Author Dr. Jerry Pournelle Wins the National Space Society Robert A. Heinlein Award Posted on April 12, 2016 by David Brandt-Erichsen The National Space Society takes great pleasure in announcing that its 2016 Robert A. Heinlein Memorial Award has been won by acclaimed science fiction […]

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