NEWS: “A Tinker of Warhoon” Podcast Now Available

“A Tinker of Warhoon” by Tobias S. Buckell, which is available to read online at io9, is now also available as a podcast in the latest episode of StarShipSofa.

REVIEW: “A collection filled with creative fun, fast-paced action.”

Bookgasm review: “A collection filled with creative fun, fast-paced action, and even a speculative philosophical moment or two. […] Thanks to collections like this, and the imagination of its diverse contributors, John Carter and Barsoom might be around to entertain and inspire readers for another 100 years.”

REVIEW: “An absolute must have!”

The John Carter Files calls the anthology “An absolute must have.”

REVIEW: “A volume to cherish.”

Open Letters Monthly calls Under the Moons of Mars “A volume to cherish.”

REVIEW: “If you’re any kind of fan of John Carter, you’re going to love it.”

Boing Boing’s Gweek podcast offers a brief review of the anthology, saying, “If you’re any kind of fan of John Carter, you’re going to love it.”

NEWS: Podcast of The Metal Men of Mars Now Available

“The Metal Men of Mars” by Joe R. Lansdale, which you can read the complete text of over at Tor.com, is now also available as a podcast via Wired.com.

REVIEW: “Inconceivable This Volume Won’t Send Readers Back to the Original Novels.”

“David Barr Kirtley’s ‘Three Deaths’ comes from the point of view of one of the dreaded Green Men, as does Catherynne M. Valente’s mournful standout, ‘A Child of Thark’; Jonathan Maberry’s ‘The Death Song of Dwar Guntha,’ meanwhile, puts us in the shoes of an anonymous Red Man warrior. … It’s inconceivable that this volume won’t send readers back to the original novels.” —Booklist