Sunday, March 31, 2013


Photo courtesy of the internet
This is the road I try to travel on daily. It's a twisty, turn-filled road with lots of cliffs, but I do love the view.
Happy Easter.



I thought about saying something sentimental, but decided to go the light and fun route instead.
Happy Easter.


Saturday, March 30, 2013

Earth Station One Episode 156 – Winter is coming to ESO

Winter is coming.
On this episode, the ESO crew sing of ice and fire! Bobby Nash thought this was another musical episode, so he steps away while Mike Faber and Mike Gordon are joined by Jessa Phillips (, Rita De La Torre (Transmissions from Atlantis), Tara (Ice and Fire Con), and listener Jon Kenoyer for a review of the novels by George R. R. Martin as well as the HBO series, Game of Thrones. We also review the penultimate episode of The Walking Dead’s third season. Plus, we strap the visionary filmmaker GB Hajim in The Geek Seat! All this and the usual Rants, Raves, Shout Outs and Khan Report!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Winter is coming to ESO at
Direct link:

Table of Contents
Happy Anniversary, Farscape!
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:08:38 Rants and Raves
0:23:17 Interview & Geek Seat with filmmaker GB Hajim
0:44:34 Game of Thrones (Books)
1:11:55 Game of Thrones (HBO Series)
1:41:31 The Walking Dead Series 3 ep. 15
1:58:36 The ESO Khan Report
2:03:00 ESO Shout Outs
2:07:37 Show Close

Next on Earth Station One...
Next on ESO...

Next week, the ESO crew tags ‘em, bags ‘em, and stashes ‘em as we take an unauthorized tour of America’s Attic, Warehouse 13. ESO catches up on the exploits of Pete, Myka, Claudia, Artie, and the rest of the Warehouse team as we head into the new season’s April 29th premiere.

ESO wants to hear from you. Tell us why you love Warehouse 13 at, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We just might tread yours on the show.



Coming in April to

This April, is proud to featured works from the 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winner for Best Author Bobby Nash.

From his secret lair in the wilds of Bethlehem, Georgia, Bobby Nash, the 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winner for Best Author, writes a little bit of everything including novels, comic books, short prose, novellas, graphic novels, screenplays, media tie-ins, and even a little pulp fiction just for good measure. And he sleeps at least once a week, whether he needs it or not.

Two new iPulp series, Frontier and Doc Dresden: The Immortal will be available on April first, along with stories featuring Lance Star: Sky Ranger, Domino Lady, and The Green Hornet.

Frontier is a collection of sci-fi themed short stories from 2013 Pulp Ark Award-Winning Best Author, Bobby Nash. With Frontier, the author of Earthstrike Agenda, Evil Ways, and Deadly Games! presents a collection of rarely seen tales presented tales as well as some never before published stories. From Earth to alien planets and to the deepest recesses of space, Frontier features action, adventure, horror, and even a little romance.

340 year old Nathanial Dresden, "Doc" to his friends, is an explorer and adventurer at heart. For the last several centuries he has had many fantastic adventures. In present day, he works at (and secretly co-owns) Solutions Inc., a think tank/troubleshooting company. Solutions Inc. is the go to company when you need answers. Join Doc and his comrades as they travel the globe in search of adventure.

"With the whole world wallowing in pointless, plotless fiction, iPulp greets the reader like a breath of fresh adrenaline." -- David Lubar, Award-winning author of Hidden Talents

In the past, dime novels and other forms of pulp fiction influenced writers of genre fiction such as Ray Bradbury, Raymond Chandler, and H. P. Lovecraft. It was a time when kids carried a dime novel folded in their hip pocket or nestled out of sight in their schoolbooks.

Today, the pulps are mostly gone. reinvents the genre short story market by taking pulp fiction to the mobile generation — to be hidden among digital textbooks on a tablet or tucked away on a smartphone in a hip pocket.

Visit to learn more.
Logo link:

Friday, March 29, 2013

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Tuesday, March 26, 2013


I was interviewed by Mark Bousquet over at Atomic Anxiety. You should check it out.

We talk about everything from the writing process, my novels, podcasting, those exciting Pulp Ark Award wins for both myself and The Ruby Files, and much more. There is also an excerpt from my story from the award-winning The Ruby Files Vol. 1 you won’t want to miss.

Check out Atomic Interview #3: Talking THE RUBY FILES and the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards With Bobby Nash at

Monday, March 25, 2013

Sunday, March 24, 2013


Added a convention to my appearance schedule this weekend.. Look for me in Florida this August at the Pensacola Para Con on August 17 - 18 in Pensacola, FL

And don't forget to check out my other appearances. I hope to increase this list soon.

Tennessee Mountain Writers Conference on April 4 - 6, 2013 in Oak Ridge, TN. (In addition to a book signing and meet and greet opportunities, Bobby will conduct a workshop on Writing and Creating Graphic Novels.

RING's 1st Annual Spring Fling on Saturday, April 20th (7:30 am - 3:00 pm) at RING, 930 Athens st., Gainesville, GA.

Alabama Phoenix Festival on May 24 - 26, 2013 in Birmingham, AL

Pensacola Para Con on August 17 - 18 in Pensacola, FL

Dragon*Con on August 30 - September 2, 2013 in Atlanta, GA

Georgia Literary Festival on November 8 - 10, 2013 in Milledgeville, GA.


I love attending conventions and events, talking about books, writing, and meeting readers. Want to have me as a guest at your show, do a signing in your store, or speak to your group? Drop me a line at and we'll chat.


Saturday, March 23, 2013


I added the 2013 Pulp Ark Award Winner-- Best Author tag to some of my novel and book covers for promotion. Once I get an official stamp from Pulp Ark I'll add that to the actual book covers. As always, click on any cover for a larger view.

All of these titles are still on sale in paperback and ebook formats. Look for links in the novel and Short Stories/Anthologies tabs above.

Please feel free to check them out.

Here’s the new Earthstrike Agenda cover promo. 2013 Pulp Ark Award-- Best Author.

Here’s the new Earthstrike Agenda cover promo. 2013 Pulp Ark Award-- Best Author. I tried a blue font. Not sure it works as well as the white letters though.

Here’s the new Evil Ways cover promo. 2013 Pulp Ark Award-- Best Author.

Here’s the new Deadly Games! cover promo. 2013 Pulp Ark Award-- Best Author.

Here’s the new Frontier cover promo. 2013 Pulp Ark Award-- Best Author.

Here’s the new The Ruby Files cover promo. 2013 Pulp Ark Award-- Best New Pulp Character. Created by Bobby Nash and Sean Taylor

Friday, March 22, 2013


I'm sure my family and friends say this about me a lot.

Not actual cover.
I just realized that it has been a while since I've posted a writing update. Back in late January I started a new day job to help pay some bills. As you can imagine, this has slowed my writing down somewhat-- not to mention having the unavoidable side effect of making me exhausted. Thankfully, I work with some incredibly understanding publishers who understood why my output would slow down and extended deadlines to help accommodate my new work schedule. Hats off to each of them. It's always a wonderful treat to work with such great people.

So, with that being said, I'm starting to get used to my new schedule-- although I don't think there will ever come a day where I get used to the idea of getting out of bed at 5:30 a.m., but that's a ran for another day. After turning in my story for The Ruby Files Vol. 2 to Airship 27 this past weekend, I started preliminary work on my upcoming Fight Card novel for Fight Card Books called "Barefoot Bones" this week.

White Rocket Books
It took a while to get started tonight, but I managed to get 800 words down on a short story due to White Rocket Books for an anthology Van and his crew are putting together. I let the deadline sneak up on me for this one, but I should be able to get it finished in time. Until White Rocket announces the book, I can't say much about it, but it should be a fun one. I'm adapting an older comic book script I've had around for several years called "Showdown at Broken Eagle" for this project. I'm happy to finally get this story out there because I really enjoy how it came together. Keep watching this space for more details as I'm allowed to share them.

Not actual cover.
Once I finish that up, then it’s back to "Barefoot Bones" for Fight Card and then on to the Domino Lady/Honey west team-up novel for Moonstone Books.

Oh, if only there were more hours in the way, eh?

The plan for tomorrow is more writing, plus I have some interesting interview questions to answer. Should be a fun, full day. I’m also debating whether or not to try and squeeze in a viewing of the new Olympus Has Fallen movie this weekend. It looks interesting. I guess it will depend on how much writing I accomplish. There's a lot of work to do and as my brother likes to remind me often, "Shouldn't you be working?"

But now it’s time for a little TV before drifting off into peaceful slumber.

My desktop wallpaper.
Yeah. That sounds like a good plan.

Let's talk again tomorrow.

Oh, and just a reminder that you can also find me on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. I love it when folks pop on there and say hi.

I'll try to get back to doing these regular updates on a more regular basis. If there's anything you'd like to hear me prattle on about, feel free to leave a comment or a question here or drop me an email at



Check out Part 3 of Lance Star and The Crown of Genghis Kai, a 10-part webstrip by Bobby Nash and James Burns at New strips every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Written by Bobby Nash
Art/Colors/Letters by James Burns
Lance Star: Sky Ranger © Bobby Nash
Click on image for a larger view.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

Earth Station One Episode 155 – YO JOE!!!!

This week, ESO steps up to be a real American podcast as The Phantom Troublemaker leads an elite team of Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, JD, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash, to discuss all aspects of the franchise from the debut of the 12″ action figures in 1964 to the new movie hitting theaters this month. And speaking of soldiers, we also talk with Gary Phillips, Sam Ingraffia, and Doug Birch about their new web series, Midnight Mover, and all three face a fate worse than COBRA – The Geek Seat! Plus a report from Joelanta and the usual Rants, Raves, Walking Dead review, and Shout Outs!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: YO JOE!!!! at
Direct link:

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro/Welcome
0:5:59 Rants and Raves
0:28:37 Interview & Geek Seat with Gary Phillips, Sam Ingraffia & Doug Birch about their new web series, Midnight Mover
0:52:57 GI Joe
1:48:55 The Walking Dead Series 3 ep. 14
2:00:19 The ESO Khan Report & Review of Joelanta
My Rave for the week.
2:09:18 ESO Shout Outs
2:12:57 Show Close

Next on Earth Station One...

Winter is coming.

Next week, the ESO crew puts on their winter clothes as they dive into the world of George R. R. Martin's fantasy series, A Game of Thrones. From the novels to the hit HBO series, ESO looks at this fantasy masterpiece.

My new desk chair. :)
ESO wants to hear from you. What are your favorite moments from A Game of Thrones? Let us know at, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We just might tread yours on the show.

Now you know.

And knowing is half the battle.

Wednesday, March 20, 2013


Written by Bobby Nash
Art/Colors/Letters by James Burns
Lance Star: Sky Ranger © Bobby Nash
Click on image for a larger view.

Lance Star and The Crown of Genghis Kai, a 10-part webstrip by Bobby Nash and James Burns starts this week at New strips every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013


Smells like pulp to me.
I was thrilled (pun intended) to sit in with David Wood and Alan Baxter on the latest episode of the ThrillerCast- The Podcast for Readers and Writers of Thrillers podcast. We talked about writing in general and also discuss the New Pulp book market. We also discuss the definitions of pulp and New Pulp as well as what it takes to write a pulp yarn.

You can listen now at

ThrillerCast Episode 66- New Pulp with Bobby Nash

In this episode, David and Alan discuss "New Pulp" with Bobby Nash. We also take Random House to the woodshed for their new digital-first publishing contracts. More important, however, is the fact that Al finally bought a decent microphone. Woo hoo!

Our guest is author Bobby Nash.

What is the current state of "New Pulp?" Is it still alive and well, or is it on the decline?

What is New Pulp? Can it be defined? What are the common characteristics?

How has e-publishing driven New Pulp?

Story length and pacing.

Who is writing or publishing New Pulp right now?

Who are some of the "classic" pulp writers?

What's happening with Bobby's work?

Nominated for Pulp Ark and Pulp Factory awards. Other writing projects. Comics and screenplays.

Writing for comics vs writing prose.

Advice for writers- if you want it to be your job, treat it like a job!


Thanks again to David and Alan for having me on the show. It was a fun conversation. You should give it a listen. Here’s the link to listen to ThrillerCast Episode 66:


Monday, March 18, 2013


The first strip in this 10 part story aired today at

Written by Bobby Nash
Art/Colors/Letters by James Burns
Lance Star: Sky Ranger © Bobby Nash
Click on image for a larger view.

Sunday, March 17, 2013


Lance Star and The Crown of Genghis Kai, a 10-part webstrip by Bobby Nash and James Burns begins tomorrow at New strips will be posted every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Click for larger view.
Part 1: March 18
Part 2: March 20
Part 3: March 22
Part 4: March 25
Part 5: March 27
Part 6: March 29
Part 7: April 1
Part 8: April 3
Part 9: April 5
Part 10: April 8

Catch you in the air.



Soon to be serialized as a webcomic at and in print in August 2013 is Lance Star: Sky Ranger in "The Crown of Genghis Kai" by Bobby Nash and James Burns, the creative team behind lance Star: Sky Ranger “One Shot!”

Launching March 2013.

Keep watching this space for more.

Saturday, March 16, 2013


It's been awhile since I've posted any writing updates. Sadly, part of that has been due to my output slowing down a bit since I rejoined the ranks of those with a day job. Still, I am managing to get some work done, albeit a bit slower than before.  Today I worked on my story for The Ruby Files Vol. 2 today. Here's a taste of today's wordage as I get closer to the finish line. It still needs a polish, but it's coming along nicely.


“Who are you after?”

No one answered.

“Come on,” Rick said. “Before I became a 'two-bit private detective' I was a cop. I might not be front and center on the game board, but I know this city and the players. I can help you.”

“I don’t think so,” Reardon groused.

“It’s clear you’re either after the Tommasso or Manelli family since they are the chief suppliers of girls in this town. I’ve certainly had my run ins with both,” Rick said. “Remember Derrick Shaunessey?”

“The name rings a bell. Mid-level thug for the Manelli’s until he left town in a hurry last year. What about him?”

“I helped him pack,” Ruby offered.


And another:

“Are you insane?” Rick asked. “You want to take down the number two man on the totem pole? Even if you manage to put the snatch on him,” he looked at Agent Blake’s outfit, “his brother will rain down hell on your team trying to get him back.”

“You let us worry about that, Mr Ruby,” Reardon warned. “And I wouldn’t get too comfortable if I were you. Just because you aren’t handcuffed to a radiator somewhere doesn’t mean you’re a part of this team. We do not require, nor do we want, your help. You are here as a courtesy only. Try to remember that. One word from me and my men will bury you in the deepest, darkest hole we can find.”

Rick looked at Agent Lacy. “He really loves the sound of his own voice, doesn’t he?”

“You have no idea,” she said and rolled her eyes.

“If you two are finished with your Laurel and Hardy routine, what say we get this show on the road?”

“Of course,” Blake said. “I had better get into position. Everything ready?”


I really do love writing this guy.


Learn more about Rick Ruby at


Rick Ruby, the titular character from The Ruby Files was named Best New Pulp Character at the 2013 Pulp Ark Awards. We thought we’d ask some of the creators and readers what makes Rick Ruby special to them.

Read the full article here.


Secret Agent X has arrived on KINDLE!

Two-fisted pulp action is now at your fingertips. All 4 volumes of the Pulp Ark Nominated series for Best Pulp Revival are now available for your Kindle. Published by Airship 27 Productions.

Secret Agent X, The Man of a thousand Faces, takes on foes across the globe in these rollicking good reads.

Oh, and I have a story in Vol. 4 called “Mountain Men of the Lost Valley.”

Check it out here.