The Whispering Forest

Nonlocal Science Fiction #1

A project in Erie, PA by Daniel Dombrowski
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Support a new kind of science fiction magazine - one that respects its authors and pushes the boundaries of publishing!
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Dates: Jan 15th -> Feb 14th (30 days)
Project By: Daniel Dombrowski
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Latest News

SUCCESS! Nonlocal Science Fiction is fully funded!

February 14th - via: kickstarter.com
Thank you so much to everyone who backed the project and to everyone who helped spread the word! I cannot even begin to explain how much this means to me and to all of the authors in the first issue. Because of your support, Nonlocal Science Fiction... (Read More)

Last minute bonus rewards!

February 7th - via: kickstarter.com
To help bring the project across the finish line, I am happy to announce 2 additional bonus rewards! Bonus Reward #1:If we meet our funding goal, every backer will also receive a digital copy of the second issue of Nonlocal Science Fiction when it is... (Read More)

1 Week To Go: New reward level and reward upgrades!

February 7th - via: kickstarter.com
A new reward level has been added! For $1, backers will receive a copy of the first issue in PDF, EPUB, and MOBI format. This version will differ from the $5-and-up limited edition PDF, which will include added bonus content. All current and future... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "In The Days Of Still Pictures"

February 6th - via: kickstarter.com
The final book trailer for the first issue has been posted! Watch the embedded video below to get your first glimpse at "In The Days Of Still Pictures," a short story by H. C. Turk about what happens when a pair of odd salesmen roll into town in an... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "The Assistant Assistant Port Keeper"

February 4th - via: kickstarter.com
The 9th 30 second book trailer for the first issue of Nonlocal Science Fiction has been posted! "The Assistant Assistant Port Keeper" is about one abused bureaucrat at the edge of the galaxy and how he gets his revenge against a particularly... (Read More)

Author Feature: How I met H. C. Turk

February 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
Author H. C. Turk can be hard to wrap your mind around. First off, I suppose I should say that he is much more than an author, as you'll soon see. I first "met" H. C. (or Harold, if you prefer) via his cover letter when he submitted his short story... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Shoot the Devil"

February 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
The eighth 30 second book trailer is now available! "Shoot the Devil" by Nicholas Rossis is the story of one many with the power to change everything - if he can only summon the courage to pull the trigger and do the unthinkable. Watch it! Like it!... (Read More)

Cover Reveal!

February 1st - via: kickstarter.com
┬áThe wonderful, gorgeous image above is a 3D mockup of the first issue of Nonlocal Science Fiction! The cover art was generously provided in advance of the Kickstarter by design company Bioblossom Creative. The imagery was inspired by the short... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Deal Gone Bad, Chapter 1"

January 31st - via: kickstarter.com
The 7th book trailer for the stories appearing in Nonlocal Science Fiction #1 has been posted! "Deal Gone Bad, Chapter 1" by Thad Kanupp is set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where one lonely man survives by scavenging guns and ammunition to trade... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Catalyst"

January 29th - via: kickstarter.com
I've posted the 30 second book trailer for the short story "Catalyst" by Aaron Hamilton. "Catalyst" is a riveting story about a smuggler who escapes from the prison of a merciless planetary baron. Little does he know that his mysterious and beautiful... (Read More)

The Independent Publisher Podcast

January 28th - via: kickstarter.com
The first episode of "The Independent Publisher," the podcast of 33rd Street Digital Press, is now live! You can listen to or download it directly from the 33rd Street website:... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Marigold's Memory"

January 27th - via: kickstarter.com
After a short break, I've posted the fifth 30-second book trailer for the stories in Nonlocal Science Fiction #1. "Marigold's Memory" is a short story by Reva Russell English about over-reliance on technology and the human mind. How will one woman... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Mazep-fal"

January 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
The next 30 second book trailer is for my own contribution to the first issue of Nonlocal Science Fiction, a short story titled "Mazep-fal." An old man goes on a journey to meet his gods. What will happen at the end of the path? Watch it. Like it.... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "A Thin Atmosphere, Chapter 1"

January 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Here's the third in the series of 30 second book trailers for the stories appearing in Issue #1! "A Thin Atmosphere, Chapter 1" is the first part of an exciting, old-school space adventure serial by Dan Colton. Watch it! Like it! Spread the word!  (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Delivery to Venus"

January 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Here's the second in the series of 30-second book trailers for the stories appearing in the first issue of Nonlocal Science Fiction, Watch it! Like it! Spread the word!  (Read More)

Dan Dombrowski on the blog of author Nicholas Rossis

January 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Nicholas Rossis, an author appearing in Nonlocal Science Fiction #1, was kind enough to interview me for his blog to hear a bit more about my personal story and my motivations for creating 33rd Street Digital Press and Nonlocal Science Fiction. You... (Read More)

30 Second Book Trailer - "Us and Everybody Else"

January 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Over the next three weeks, I'll be posting 30-second-or-so book trailers for each of the short stories in the first issue if Nonlocal Science Fiction. These short videos give you a sneak peak at the fantastic fiction you'll find in the debut of the... (Read More)

Nonlocal on the CanuckSEO Blog!

January 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Author Jim Rudnick, whose short story "The Assistant Assistant Port Keeper" will appear in Issue #1, is an SEO marketing whiz by day. Jim keeps a blog at his company's website (www.canuckseo.com), and he was kind enough to post a bit about the... (Read More)

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