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Meet Our Authors at Arisia 2023

Meet our authors at Arisia 2023 on January 13, 2023 through January 16, 2023 at a variety of panels and in the Dealers Room at the Water Dragon Publishing tables. Steven D. Brewer Steven D. Brewer is the author of the "Revin's Heart" series and, from the "Truck Stop at the Center of the Galaxy", Better Angels. Steven currently teaches scientific writing at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Greg Stone Greg Stone is the author of Dangerous Inspiration (available January 17, 2023 from Paper Angel Press). Greg is also the author of two business books on inspired management. Elaine Isaak...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Nigel Williams

Nigel Williams

We are thrilled to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Nigel Williams to publish his debut novel, The Sideways Man. Nigel Williams was born in the middle of England and is a voracious reader, geek, and true crime buff. He began writing in later life to stave off the terror of encroaching middle age. He lives in Sheffield with his wife and two young children. When not reading or writing, he usually spends his life fixing the house or wondering where his spare time went. The Sideways Man, a dark fantasy thriller about a serial killer who...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Brian K. Lowe

Brian K. Lowe

We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Brian K. Lowe to publish three books in his “The Stolen Future” series. Brian K. Lowe has been writing since he was fourteen, when he took it up in a sudden burst of sibling rivalry, and wrote a novella which earned him no money, but a fistful of extra credit points in his English class. Since then, he has graduated from UCLA as an English/Creative Writing major, and currently works for an attorney. His short stories have appeared in Escape Pod, Galaxy's Edge, Daily Science Fiction, and...

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New Book Release: “Magus (The Unwoven Tapestry: Book Three)” by Morgan Chalut

Magus (front cover)

We are thrilled to announce the immediate availability of Magus (The Unwoven Tapestry: Book Three) by Morgan Chalut. What can endure when the cost is unveiled? Trust is a commodity in short supply. Still searching for Ruben and determined not to lose hope, Donovan and Whitman combine forces once more, revealing a pattern neither anticipated. Determined to gleam information about life mages from the source, Whitman leads them deeper into hostile territory even as the Retrievers unite into an army of their own. Ruben continues to learn the joys and challenges of life magic and struggles to understand his place...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Philip Brewer

Philip Brewer

We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Philip Brewer to publish his story, “A Classic Beginner's Mistake”, as part of our Dragon Gems short fiction program. Philip’s stories often involve genetic engineering and money — perhaps not surprising, as everyone else in his family is some sort of naturalist and he has a degree in economics. His work has appeared in Asimov’s Science Fiction, Futurismic, Redstone Science Fiction, and Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet. Philip’s story, “A Classic Beginner's Mistake”, is currently scheduled for publication in early 2023. We welcome Philip to our Water Dragon...

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Water Dragon Publishing Welcomes Author Jo Miles

Jo Miles

We are excited to announce that we have signed an agreement with author Joanna Miles to publish their story, “Choose Your Truth”, as part of our Dragon Gems short fiction program. Jo Miles writes optimistic science fiction and fantasy. Their short fiction has appeared in numerous places, including Lightspeed, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Analog, and Fireside. Jo is a graduate of the Viable Paradise and Taos Toolbox writers’ workshops, and their story “The Longest Season in the Garden of the Tea Fish” in Strange Horizons was nominated for a WSFA Small Press Award. Jo lives in Maryland,...

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