Announcing the latest short story contest from StarkLight Press!
Final Frontier is a classic science fiction anthology featuring good old-fashioned sci-fi stories of all kinds. Send us your adventure tales, your speculative science stories, your sci-fi horror stories, any of your romps in the vast expanse of the universe!
Story Length: 2000-12000 words
Format: .doc, .docx, .odt (please no bullets or other objects)
Deadline: October 1, 2017.
Send your story in the approved format along with a brief bio and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Earlier this month, Joshua Pantelleresco interviewed StarkLight Press Publisher and CEO Tony Stark. On Joshua’s podcast, Just Joshing, you can hear about how Josh is excited (and a little terrified) to have Tony for a boss regarding an upcoming medieval collaborative novel with Virginia Carraway Stark; all about StarkLight Press’s latest novels; the ins and outs of the GAF Mainframe Universe and more!
Thanks to Joshua Pantelleresco for preparing the podcast!
In anticipation of our upcoming release of The Alaska Highway: 75 Years, StarkLight Press is revealing one of our special insert pages that accompany the main narrative. Here is the final page of our section on Rusty Dow, the Chief Engineer of the project and first woman to drive the Alaska Highway. This insert was written by Virginia Carraway Stark.
In addition, here is the first page of our excerpt that explains the nature of Muskeg to our international audience- this insert was written by Tony Stark.
There are additional pieces written by Krista Michelle, Maude Welles, Will Norton, Jonny Wakefield of the Alaska Highway News, Leanne Caine, Joyce Lee, as well as personal remarks about the importance of the Alaska Highway from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Premier Christy Clark and Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead.
Look for this beautiful, collectible book coming from StarkLight Press in March of 2017. All proceeds from this remarkable work are being donated to local arts councils, museums, historical societies and to Pioneer Village in Dawson Creek, B.C.
Our second terrifying volume of Valentine’s Day horror stories has received a huge response from readers. Hearts Asunder Vol. 2 makes the eighth title from StarkLight Press to sell out from its online sources. To all our readers and fans, I say, Way to Break the Internet!
Announcing Game Changers Volume 1- a collection of imaginative stories inspired by history’s greatest men!
A companion volume to our Great Ladies anthology of Women Who Changed the World, this book features a bevy of tales about historical figures like Leonardo da Vinci, Albert Einstein, Alexander, Martin Luther King Jr. and more!
Don’t expect this to be dry, history textbook fare. Each story is a vibrantly imagined tale inspired by history, but adding the unmistakable, fascinating storytelling for which Great Ladies is known.
Albert Einstein with aliens? Dark, mysterious Gods seducing Alexander the Great? Only the beginning of the tales you’ll find in this remarkable collection- available from the StarkLight Press Bookstore, or through this link via Amazon
Happy Valentine’s Day to all our fans! May your day be wondrous and full of springtime and chocolates. We would like to share a beautiful fairy tale as our thought for the day, and the best part about this fairy tale is that it’s true 🙂
This Valentine’s Day has been spread over two days for me and my husband this year. Part of this is because in British Columbia we now have ‘Family Day’ which fell on February 13 this year. Because of this a lot of our day on the 14th is the ‘back to the real world’ part of any long weekend.
This hasn’t stopped it from being an extremely special time. Last year we released the ‘Hearts Asunder’ anthology and this year we released the second anthology of the same title. It’s starting to feel like things are moving at a rolling, steady pace with the holidays adding a conducive momentum to these types of themed anthologies. Heart’s Asunder 1 was popular and I think the second of the same name will be at least as enthusiastically received.
I’d like to share a more intimate (but still PG rated) part of my…