I’m very happy to announce that Stories in the Ether is now available as a serial publication from Amazon Kindle, Apple iBookstore, RPGNow, DriveThruStuff, and Lulu for $2.99. The journal is available electronically as an ePUB from all our retail channels, as well as a beautifully presented PDF exclusively from RPGNow and its sister sites. We will continue publishing new stories, for free, weekly on our blog – but this new format will allow you to enjoy three months worth of amazing fiction and art from the convenience of your favorite eReader.
By purchasing this eBook – you will be directly supporting the authors, artists, and editors who have been working hard to create it.
The first issue of Stories in the Ether includes 13 short stories of steampunk, science fiction, and fantasy by authors Therese Arkenberg, David Bell, Charlie Britten, Matt Delman, Tim Kane, KA Masters, David Perlmutter, Gary Phillips, Michael Morrison, Jason Rolfe, Dawn Vogel, David Wright, and Lee Clarke Zumpe. The amazing cover artwork comes from J Lonnee and the interior features art by Rob Torno and Matt Lichtenwalner.
Looking for print? Well, the first four issues of Stories in the Ether will be rolled into a single, large print anthology and sold through our distributor. The print anthology will be distributed to retail stores through our distributors next year. For a preview of the look and feel of the printed book, take a peak at the PDF version of the eBook at RPGNow.com.
I want to thank everyone who has sent in their feedback regarding this new project and the current direction of Nevermet Press. We’re very excited about Stories in the Ether and we’re happy to see that the excitement is catching!
Writers & Artists Wanted
Nevermet Press is always on the look out for new writers and artists looking to show off their talent. If you are interested in contributing stories or art to Stories in the Ether – drop by the submissions page. Interested in writing RPG related content for our blog? We’re currently looking for more 4E and Pathfinder RPG writers, so drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you. Also, please share this with your friends and have them stop by and take a look too.
Now – go grab a copy of the new shiny Stories in the Ether #1 eBook and let us know what you think!
Cheers! — Jonathan.