We’re pleased to announce that BULL SPEC #1 will include a feature on: game designer and author Lee Hammock.Posted: 7 December, 2009
Rounding out our interviews for BULL SPEC #1 will be game designer and author Lee Hammock, currently Lead Game Designer on the RPG/FPS hybrid MMOG Fallen Earth for Cary, North Carolina-based Icarus Studios. We’re very much looking forward to sitting down with him and talking about his writing, gaming both digital and tabletop, Fallen Earth, and what’s next.
While for the most part we’re about to enter “stealth mode” as we get ready for the late January first issue, there are a few more things we’re just too excited about to keep under wraps. For today, we’re very pleased indeed to announce that BULL SPEC #1 will include an expanded feature on award-winning novelist, short story writer, cultural theorist, and screenwriter D. Harlan Wilson, including an interview and reviews of his latest novel (Peckinpah: An Ultraviolent Romance) and his latest nonfiction book (Technologized Desire: Selfhood & the Body in Postcapitalist Science Fiction). More to come? You bet.
We’re pleased to announce that BULL SPEC #1 will be including some articles, reviews and interviews, including an interview of: Jennifer Bedell & Zachary Boyd of Durham’s Sci-Fi Genre Comics & Games.Posted: 3 December, 2009
While some other things are still too much in the pending stage, we’re pleased to announce that due to such great response so far, we’re going to move to a full e-zine format a little ahead of schedule. To that end, we’ve started tracking down some articles, reviews, and interviews to include in BULL SPEC #1 in January, and we’re even more pleased to announce that our first interview will be of Jennifer Bedell & Zachary Boyd of Durham’s Sci-Fi Genre Comics & Games.
Having recently celebrated the 3rd anniversary of their brick-and-mortar store (ScifiGenre.com went online in 2003) great things are always afoot at a place which is near and dear to the hearts of speculative fiction fans in Durham and beyond. We look forward to taking you a bit “behind the scenes” at Sci-Fi Genre, and helping you get to know Jennifer and Zachary a little better in the process as well.