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Iconic American Fantasy Artist Jeff Easley, and Black Gate Magazine Editor R. Scott Taylor recapture the fantasy of the 60s and 70s.
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Scott Taylor

184 backers pledged $8,726 to help bring this project to life.

Books are at the printer!

In the famous words of the Rebel announcer on Hoth, "The first shuttle is away!'

Yes, indeed, The Cursed Legion has made its way to the printer, then will be shipped directly to Jeff for signing, and then to me for signing, and finally off to all of you backers who got physical copies.  As for those of you who have ebooks coming, I'm hoping to have all formats laid out by the end of the week and you should be getting access to them then.  Exciting times to be sure!  I'm also going to release the books cover design to you here which combines Easley's old school Swords & Sorcery vibe with my love of 1980s cover framing.  As you can see, the frame consists of a series of gears and medallions, the only one in full color and therefore 'active' is Adventure Fantasy in the top right.  Around the frame can be seen other Art of the Genre series medallions such as Steampunk, Dark Fantasy, and the Taux medallion for our shared world anthology. 

That reminds me I wanted to let everyone know that Art of the Genre's Thieves' World inspired old school anthology, Tales of the Emerald Serpent is funded and less than 48 hours from closing right here on Kickstarter if anyone still wants to get in on that new series.  http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/563681582/tales-of-the-emerald-serpent-shared-world-mosaic-a

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    1. Creator Scott Taylor on May 8, 2012

      Brandon: If you had any idea how much I needed that after a very tough publishing weekend! Thanks you, kind sir, and I very much hope to bring you more.

    2. Creator Brandon Haase on May 8, 2012

      Just finished reading my .epub copy. Great story and I want more! Please keep the tales flowing. Kudos to Jeff on the artwork, great stuff, mission accomplished.

    3. Creator Scott Taylor on April 17, 2012

      Why thank you! I certainly thought it was :)

    4. Creator Leandro Ariel Pezzente on April 17, 2012

      That is such an amazing news Scott !!!