Astounding Tales Second Issue

I have been getting issue #2 ready for a September 1, release. I will actually let it go tonight before I leave work. It has some great stories and I wrote a couple of non-fiction items. I wish that I had more time to work on the art. I am not an artist and I have to resort to clip art libraries to get what I need. The cover art is a stock lunar setting from a clip art collection.

Arthur has done all of the editorial work. He has picked some very good stories and worked with some new writers to get some decent stuff that you will not see anywhere else.

It remains to be seen if the lawyers will object to this incarnation.

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  1. Anonymous wrote:

    Heard you needed some Sci-Fi/specualtive artist-Have you tried this site, lots of aspiring artist-mucho talent looking for a place to showplace. Check out the galleries-they have a place to post job listings (even if can’t pay ok-artist need as much publishing credits as writers(.: cheers~ Lee K.

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