John Poulsen to publish Shakespeare for Reader’s Theatre

John Poulsen University of Lethbridge professor, John Poulsen, and Five Rivers have reached an agreement to publish Shakespeare for Readers’ Theatre. Shakespeare for Readers’ Theatre is a Readers’ Theatre collection of three of Shakespeare’s most beloved plays in abridged form. Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, as well as Midsummer Night’s Dream have been trimmed while keeping Shakespeare’s beautiful language. Hamlet can run more than four hours but this Hamlet will run less than 45 minutes while…

Cover for Things Falling Apart

The cover for J.W. Schnarr’s forthcoming collection Things Falling Apart has just landed in our In Box. Have to say we’re pleasantly creeped out by it. The artist, Gavro Krackovic, is a 22 year old native of Podgorica, Montenegro. From the time he was a boy he’s been in love with visual arts, and while still in secondary school, at the age of 17, branched out into freelance work. Can’t help but admire that kind…

J.W. Schnarr 5-Star review to North by 2000+

As posted on Goodreads, by J.W. Schnarr If you are like every other Canadian spec fic writer out there and has ever read a science fiction story about places like New York, London, or Hong Kong, and ever wondered what it might be like, just once, to read a story set in a place you actually felt an affinity with…North by 2000+ by H.A. Hargreaves is the book you need to read. In this reprint…

Ann Marston Signs Nine Book Deal with Five Rivers

Ann Marston Former Harper Collins fantasy author, Ann Marston, finalized a nine book agreement late last week with Five Rivers.The agreement includes Marston’s popular Sword Series (Kingmaker’s Sword, The Western King, Broken Blade, Cloudbearer’s Shadow, King of Shadows and Sword and Shadow), a new novella for the series, tentatively titled Keylan’s Story, as well as another two, new, unrelated novels: A Still and Bitter Grave, and Diamonds in Black Sand. Marston, who besides being an…