Fire on Iron by Andrew Fox: A horror/fantasy tale set in the Mississippi River theater of the American Civil War. A Union captain takes his ironclad on a secret mission, only to be caught up in the supernatural machinations of an African sorcerer wanting revenge on those who took him as a slave. Tales Around… Continue reading November Book Reviews
Where Is My Flying Car? By J. Storrs HallIt’s rare enough for me to change my mind that it’s worth noting when it happens. I’ve tackled the “Where’s my flying car?” question many times both online and on panels. I’ve pointed out that there have been prototypes built, and they’d failed commercially, because what you… Continue reading October Book Reviews
Richard Paolinelli interviewed me about the Superversive nature of my stories.
Niko Landry’s crew thought a routine hyperspace survey would be easy money. But when the barrier separating their homeworld from the rest of humanity opens, they seize the chance to go exploring . . . finding an empire more dangerous than they imagined. This is book one in a new space opera series, The Fall… Continue reading Storm Between the Stars Just Released
Just released: Stories of the US Space Force. Hold the high ground! Available on Amazon as ebook or print.
I have a post on Richard Paolinelli’s blog describing how I wrote my story in the upcoming Space Force anthology: https://scifiscribe.com/2020/05/20/guest-post-karl-gallagher-on-space-force/
Audible has released the audiobook for the second book in The Lost War series. It’s available here. If you the audiobook for The Lost War, here’s the link.
The Bridgeport TX Public Library is hosting local authors from 5-7pm on 2/27. We’ll be giving presentations. I’m on at 5:40pm.
Next Saturday (2/22) I’m a panelist at Frogcon. This is a brand new free convention hosted by the Texas Christian University Library. My panels are: 11 am: Board Gaming 3 pm: Self Publishing 4 pm: Spaceships
My story “Samaritan” is in the newly released Luna Anthology. Editor Declan Finn has the story of how I came to write about an Amish boy on the Moon.