Links to Contributors, Friends and Writing Resources
David Lee Summers is the editor
of Tales of the Talisman.
Laura Givens is the
art director of Tales of the Talisman.
Book and Audiobook Contributors
For more information about Hadrosaur Productions' books and audio books, visit
Wayne James and his collection,
When Only the Moon Rages can be found here.
Joy V. Smith is the author of
Sugar Time. Her short story "Flashback"
appeared in issue 16 of Hadrosaur Tales.
Tales of the Talisman and Hadrosaur Tales Contributors
Neal Asher's "Dragon in
the Flower" was reprinted in Hadrosaur Tales 8. "Dragon in the Flower"
forms part of Asher's well-received novel, Gridlinked. Look for more work
by Neal Asher in Hadrosaur Tales 16 and issue 1 of Tales of the Talisman.
Glynn Owen Barrass is the author
of "Consumed" that appears in Tales of the Talisman 3.2.
David Boop is the author of stories
that appeared in Tales of the Talisman volume 2, issue 1 and volume 3, issues
1 and 3.
Mark Anthony Brennan has published numerous stories in both Hadrosaur Tales
and Tales of the Talisman. His story "Loyalists" in Hadrosaur Tales 16
was recommended for the Sidewise Award in 2004.
M.H. Bonham has flash fiction
appearing in Tales of the Talisman 1.4. She is also the talented
author of the novel Prophecy of Swords published by Yard Dog Press.
is a frequent contributor to Hadrosaur Tales. We've featured his
poetry and short fiction. In addition to Jim's personal site, you should also
visit The Voices
for Africa Page. This is an extremely important poetry project
spearheaded by Jim. The pages contain some very powerful poetry bringing
attention to the crises and turmoil in Africa.
Karl El-Koura's story "The Clickety-Clacketies"
is featured in issue 1.4 of Tales of the Talisman.
Jeff Fenzel's story "The Enigma
Motive" is featured in the second issue of Tales of the Talisman.
Stories and poems by Mark
Fewell have appeared in issues 12, 13, 14, 16 and 20 of Hadrosaur Tales. Not
enough, you say? He also has a story in the premier issue of Tales
of the Talisman.
Nickolaus Pacione, author of the nonfiction story Observations Of An Abandoned
Seminary (Vol. 2, Issue One,) and later the short story The Typewriter
(Vol. 2, Issue Four)
David B. Riley
has appeared in several issues of Hadrosaur Tales. He is the editor of
Trails: Intriguing Stories of the Old West. Visit his homepage to learn
about novels, The Brotherhood and The Two Devils along with his other writing.
Frankie Robertson is the
author of "Koomb's Tunic" from Volume 2, Issue 2 of Tales of the
Talisman and "Debts" from Volume 5, Issue 2 of Tales of the Talisman.
L.B. Sedlacek is a poet who has appeared
a number of times in Tales of the Talisman and Hadrosaur Tales.
James Steimle's story, "The Clock Shop" appeared
in Volume 1, issue 2 of Tales of the Talisman.
Patrick Thomas writes the column "Dear
Cthulhu". It will be a regular feature in Tales of the Talisman starting
with volume 6, issue 1.
One of our goals at Tales of the Talisman is to help authors grow. While we
would love to publish every good story that comes to us, it's just not possible.
Also, there are stories that come to us that we may consider not-so-good, but
another editor will love.
Below are links to market lists, writer's groups, and individual markets that
might prove of further help in your growth as an artist.
Market Lists on the Web
Ralan's Market List is the one most
frequently used by Hadrosaur Tales editor, David Lee Summers. He finds it
the easiest to use and the most up-to-date of the lists.
Here's a good resource for poets:
The Poetry Market is a free subscription-based E-zine that features markets,
contest, reviews and news.
Tips for Writers
Multiple-award winning writer Richard Harland has assembled a
page of Writing Tips
that's well worth checking out for anyone serious about the craft.
Selected Magazines and Other Sources for Stories
Motherbird.com is a wonderful site
devoted to poetry, music, and art.
Puffin Press is a small press specializing in speculative fiction and the
Captial Region of British Columbia.
offers interactive Fantasy Adventure. Experience the next dimension in science
fiction where you are the hero (or heroine!) in a fantasy adventure.
Kasma Science Fiction Magazine offers
a quality science fiction magazine in HTML, PDF and print formats.
Robin Falls Magazine comes highly recommended.
It is both a source of stories as well as a resource for writers and readers. The site
also features blog talk radio shows.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Resource Guides
A good resource for fandom information is the Fandom Directory
An excellent resource for professional science fiction and fantasy writers
is The Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of
Especially for speculative poets: The
Science Fiction Poetry Association.
KwMap.com - browse the Keyword Map of Hadrosaur.com
ArtsDir.net - Arts Directory
Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Links
The Unseen Gallery is
located in Albuquerque, New Mexico and features fantasy and erotic
Epilogue.net is a great resource
for both artists and people looking for great artwork.
Jeff Ward is a frequent
Hadrosaur Tales cover artist. He also did the cover art for
the second edition of
Pirates of Sufiro by David Lee Summers.
Dee Rimbaud is a very
talented artist. His on-line gallery is worth a visit.
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