As Outrider’s Kickstarter campaign for Deadlands: Rise of the Black Circle Issues 1-2 enters its last week we are closing
Outland is pleased to announce that La Maupin, the second in Stratford’s series, is hitting bookshelves today! In La Maupin, the second installment in Stratford’s series, the star is a Julie d’Aubigny, whose scandalous life was legendary, even while she was still alive.
At some point, you’ve got to take a step back and look at the big picture and how it’s all going to work going forward.
Enter Anton Kromoff.
We’ve all got those “gentle giants” in our lives, and now Outland has its own! But Shannon Potratz isn’t just
When The Wolf Comes is a game of storytelling, heroism, and epic struggle set during a reimagined Norse End of Days. A complete stand alone roleplaying game, the When The Wolf Comes Compendium provides everything you need to create and play characters, form warbands in pursuit of fame and plunder, and tell sci-fi sagas with your friends.
In Allison Pang’s IronHeart chronicles, each chapter begins with a short rhyming couplet that sounds like a chat children would use when skipping rope. The eerie, slightly sinister rhymes are one of Outland’s favorite details for the IronHeart books, so we asked her to share a little bit about where that concept came from, and how it evolved over the series.
This newest anthology from Outland Entertainment, Never Too Old to Save the World, has just launched on Kickstarter!
Outland is pleased to announce the acquisition of two anthologies from Pushcart nominated Latina writer Lauren Davila. As an editor, Davila has brought together two diverse groups of authors, both established and newly discovered, to explore the eerie and unsettling.
Outland Entertainment announces a brand new edition of Allison Pang’s dystopian, steampunk, fantasy adventure, Magpie’s Song, the first of her IronHeart Chronicles.
Outland Entertainment’s newest anthology, Bridge to Elsewhere, is now available! Join us for 19 tales of the day-to-day of space travel and those who make it happen.
By D. W. Vogel Sci-fi and fantasy writers live for worldbuilding. We love to spend hours, days, months, years planning