Monday, September 3, 2018

The Vintage Worlds Kickstarter Has Launched


Founders House Publishing is planning to publish a new anthology of short fiction edited by John Michael Greer and his co-editor Zendexor. This collection of seventeen tales are inspired by the sort of stories published during the golden age of science fiction. Each story explores what's called the Old Solar System, that version of the planets and other features of our solar system that existed in the imagination of countless writers before space exploration began to reveal a very different picture of way lay beyond the boundaries of Earth.

Now you can help us share those tales of interplanetary adventure. We just launched our Kickstarter so please consider supporting this project by becoming a backer. There are various rewards that can been chosen. Since Kickstarter operates on an all-or-nothing funding model, we need all the help we can get to see that our writers are well-compensated, all other expenses of the design, cover art, and more are covered plus the costs of printing and shipping the book to all of you.

Thursday, March 22, 2018

The Archdruid Report: The Politics of Decline, Collected Essays, Volume X, 2016-2017

The Archdruid Report: The Politics of Decline, Collected Essays, Volume X, 2016-2017
by John Michael Greer

Publication Date: March 2018
ISBN-13: 978-1945810-20-6       
Trade Paperback: 372 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches

$18.99 
$7.99 - Ebook Edition, Available on: Kindle, Nook, Smashwords, Kobo, iTunes

 
Also available on: Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Indiebound, Powell's, BooksAMillion


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During its eleven-year run, The Archdruid Report was one of the most controversial and widely cited blogs on the future of industrial society. This tenth volume of the collected essays from The Archdruid Report covers the years 2016 and 2017. With the hotly contested 2016 presidential election as background, this final volume of essays explores the state of the American experiment as the age of progress gives way to an age of decline, and dissects the rise of Donald Trump as a key to the shape of the near future--a future in which class conflict and the failure of the conventional wisdom are inescapable elements, and the looming twilight of America's global hegemony is as unmentionable as it is inescapable.