Tag Archives: Science fiction

Read the Introduction for Futuredaze for Free!

The “Introduction” for Futuredaze is now available online for free at Amazing Stories Magazine. So, this is your chance to dip into the thoughts and ideas that inspired Hannah Strom-Martin and me to take on our Kickstarter project that made … Continue reading

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Check out the First Futuredaze Review!

Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction is set to release on February 12, 2013, which is only two short months away! (Where did the time go?) In the meantime, reviews are starting to come in for the anthology, the … Continue reading

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All Hallows Read 2012! Win Some Amazing YA Science Fiction Books!

Get in the spirit, and join Underwords by celebrating All Hallow’s Reads! While most people are handing out candy to the scary costumed witches, ghouls, princesses, firemen, clowns, pumpkins, and cats who come prowling around in search of tasty treats, … Continue reading

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Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction has a Shiny New Cover!

It has been a long time since the last Underwords post, but rest assured that we’ve been very busy working on Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction as well as a few other projects that you should see here soon. … Continue reading

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Announcing the Futuredaze Authors

Because of the additional interested created for  Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction by our Kickstarter campaign, we thought that releasing a new update was in order. Normally, we would wait to announce the actual Table of Contents (TOC) until … Continue reading

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Last Chance for the Futuredaze Kickstarter

As of this posting, we have about 50 hours left in our Kickstarter for Futuredaze. We’ve hit our initial goal which is fantastic. We also hit our secondary goal of getting 100 backers/pre-orders for Futuredaze. In these final 50 hours, … Continue reading

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Futuredaze Now has a Stretch Goal–Help Support Science Fiction for Young Adults

As you know, we have reached our Kickstarter goal of $1,700 for Futuredaze: An Anthology of YA Science Fiction, and we still have a week to go with our Kickstarter project. $1,700 is the bare minimum to cover a couple big … Continue reading

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Why SF?: An Interview with Alexander Falk, President & CEO of Altova

Welcome to the newest install of Why SF? With each new interview, Underwords explores how “science fiction has affected the lives of a variety of creative and influential people.” In this interview, I talk with Alexander Falk, founder, President and CEO … Continue reading

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Kickstarter Count Down, Futuredaze Submissions Closing Soon, & Book Cover Update

With 13 days left on our Kickstarter project, we are only $260 away from our goal. While we don’t want to count our chickens before they hatch, it looks like there is an excellent chance that we’ll hit our goal–which … Continue reading

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Futurdaze Updates and Developments

Recently, I read a Kickstarter update from Amanda Palmer that really hit home for me. Kickstarter is a marketplace that brings together buyers and artists in a way that allows the project to be funded in advance, giving full creative … Continue reading

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