Happy Labor Day to all citizens of the blogosphere and greetings to all my faithful readers (both of you)! If you’re looking for some light reading this weekend (and I do mean light), you might try Astounding Adventures, my online pulp magazine and fiction archive. In a previous post I confessed desire to start writing again and my unfortunate fondness for old-fashioned adventure fiction of the kind you might have found in the old pulp magazines of the 1930s and ’40s. Astounding Adventures is my tribute to the genre and a central location for all the fiction I’ve posted to date. There you’ll find a couple of Star Trek stories and a story inspired by Michael Chabon’s extraordinary novel The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay, a loving tribute to the “golden age” of comic books, pulp fiction, and old radio.
I plan to add more stories as time goes by. In honor of the Superman Returns movie that came out earlier this summer (which I enjoyed hugely, BTW), I decided to dust off an old idea I had for a story in which Superman meets The Shadow. I will say no more about it at present, as it’s in its earliest stages and may take awhile to complete. In the meantime, enjoy what’s there and let me know what you think.