Monday, May 14, 2018


Last year, I posted about being accepted to the sword-&-sorcery anthology, THE MIGHTY WARRIORS.

Well, sometimes things in publishing take awhile. But good things come to those who wait, right?

THE MIGHTY WARRIORS is out in paperback now from Ulthar Press. Kindle eBook to follow.(edit: Kindle version now available)

And my-oh-my, just dig that risque art by the one and only Bruce Timm!

(You might want to order soon in case Amazon has an issue with the cover.. could be a collector's item .. just sayin' ;) )

The Amazon listing is sparse. Fortunately I have the means to let you see the table of contents.

 "Know, O Prince: An Introduction" by Robert M. Price
 "Spawn of the Sea God" by Adrian Cole
 "The Corpse's Crusade" by Cody Goodfellow
 "Thongor in the Valley of Demons" By Robert M. Price
 "The Shadow of Dia-Sust" by David C. Smith
 "Amudu's Bargain" by Charles R. Saunders
 "The Secret of Nephren-Ka" by Robert M. Price
 "The Temple of Light" by Milton J. Davis
 "Kiss of the Succubus" by Charles R. Rutledge
 "The Living Wind" by Ken Asamtsu, translated by Edward Lipsett
 "The Last Temple of Balsoth" by Cliff Biggers
 "Lono and the Pit of Punhaki" by Paul R. McNamee

This is an incredible lineup of authors and heroes - classic and new. Not only is Robert M. Price delivering a Thongor story, Adrian Cole is tackling Henry Kuttner's Elak of Atlantis, again. (I covered Cole's first foray in this post last year.) And the incomparable Imaro appears from the pen of Charles R. Saunders himself!

Very happy to see this project come to fruition!


  1. excellent company there. I'm looking forward to reading this.

  2. Oh, yeah. Congratulations and very cool

  3. Looks great! BTW, Paul, I notice that you're reading the Lost Regiment series. I read this excellent series 30 years ago when it first came out. The series actually ends with book #8. However, a book #9 was published. It was terrible. #9 takes place 20 after #8 and is about the next generation of Union soldiers. It does leave loose ends that would imply future books, which neve came. It does have high marks on Amazon, but it was slow and boring. And it introduced futuristic aliens, at which point I quit. Since #9 was so godawful some speculation at the time (2000) thought that the author had a contract for 9 or more books, which he wanted to get out of. So he wrote #9 so badly that it didn't sell well and the contract was then cancelled.