Thursday, July 3, 2014

Tempus Fugit

All I know is that as the holidays were approaching, I sat down at computer to watch "one or two" videos on YouTube and when  I looked up a different holiday (the fourth of July) was almost here. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.  However, this is the start of very irregular posting after that long hiatus.  Here are just a few great free genre items to get things started.

The July issue of Clarkesworld is out featuring:
As well as great non-fiction.

Now Posted: Apex Magazine #62 with fiction:

as well as great non-fiction and poetry.

The latest issue Abyss and Apex is out featuring:

as well as great non-fiction and poetry.

At Online Pulps: "Carrion Crypt" by Richard Casey.
"It was a crypt where, they said, the dead lay uneasy.But some men are unafraid of death—until they face it." From Fantastic Adventures, July, 1947.  Direct PDF download here.


Issue number 21 of the fantastic old school role-playing e-zine Footprints.
  • New Character Races (article)
  • Combined Combat Chart (article)
  • How Much Experience Did We Get For That Dragon? (article)
  • Magical Miscellanea (magical items)
  • Glarck's Remote Spell Books (article)
  • Ride the Lightning! (MU spells)
  • Monsters of All Sizes (article)
  • The Wizard's Laboratory (article)
  • The Conjurer (new class)
  • The Lake Of Sorrows (adventure)

And if you feel like some solo adventuring, then be sure to download Fighting Fantazine number 13.

This issue features "Plight of the Lost Children" an Advanced Fighting Fantasy adventure by Jenny Green, "Six-Gun Friday" a western Fighting Fantasy adventure by Gaetano Abbondanza, and much more.

At RPGNow: Issue #39  of Pathways.
"Rite Publishing brings you Pathways, a free 'zine packed with plenty of Open Gaming Content for you to take to the table. You'll find articles by Steven D. Russell (1001 Spells), Liz Winters (Lone Wolf Development), and Crieghton Broadhurst (Raging Swan Press). You will also find reviews of the best 3PP material available, plus an interview with Wolfgang Baur of Kobold Press." RPGNow requires a free membership to download items.

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