Thursday, October 31, 2013


The Writers for Relief anthology series feature collections of short fiction by top talents in the realms of fantasy and science fiction writing. The first and second volumes have brought help to Hurricane Katrina survivors through the Red Cross and Bay Area Food Bank, respectively. This third volume turns the focus to those who suffered in Oklahoma and features some of today's best known speculative fiction authors including Kevin J. Anderson, Ben Bova, Stephen Euin Cobb, Jason Sandford, Bobby Nash, Todd McCaffrey, A.H. Sturgis, John Hartness, Edmund Schubert, Mike Resnick, Danny Birt, Jaym Gates, Gray Reinhart, Janinie Spendlove, and Eugie Foster.

Writers for Relief Vol. 3 is edited by Davey Beauchamp and Stuart Jaffe.

All proceeds benefit the Oklahoma Tornado Survivors via the American Red Cross.

Learn more about Writers for Relief Vol. 3 and ordering information here.

Bobby’s story in this anthology is called Magnus: The Apprentice. It tells the tale of young Andrew Kenny when he moves to a new town and discovers that not only was his grandfather a powerful sorcerer and protector of the planet Earth from demonic invasion, but that he shares those same gifts. When the villainous Lord Lucius Malfor threatens, Kenny has to learn how to use his powers to fight off a new invasion.


Tonight, I finished up my story for the upcoming The Big Bad Anthology Vol. 2 and sent it off to the editor. I'm actually a couple days ahead of my deadline, which is always nice when that happens. And just in time for Halloween too. Time for a short break to catch up on some TV. I have another story due Friday so it’ll have to be a short break.

The Big Bad Anthology Vol. 1 is still on sale, by the way. Learn more here.

Dark Oak Press’s The Big Bad: An Anthology of Evil is now available as a hardcover, paperback, and ebook (Kindle and Nook) at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. Created and edited by authors John G Hartness and Emily Lavin Leverett, The Big Bad Anthology features stories from a host of authors and is suggested for mature readers.

Bobby's story in this volume is called “Lowlife.”
When Jack Sebastian walked out of prison there was nothing waiting for him but a long stretch of empty road and a long walk in triple digit temps under a blazing sun. When the old man offered him a ride he dared not refuse. That decision was the start of the longest ride of Jack Sebastian’s life.


The Big Bad: An Anthology of Evil

Everybody loves bad guys, and these are some of the baddest of them all. Forget the rules. There aren't any heroes. No one is going to save you from the wickedness in the darkness. Monster hunters can easily become the hunted. Twisted perverts can find themselves on the receiving end of their own deviant desires. No matter how big and bad someone or something may be, there is always something bigger and badder just waiting. Even the classics like a dragon, werewolf, or supernatural being can fall victim to something even more evil. Take a peek, if you dare, inside the malevolent world of super-villains, monsters, demons and just plain evil folk. Be careful, what you see there might be disturbingly familiar ...

The Big Bad: An Anthology of Evil is now available in hardcover, paperback, and ebook formats at the following:
Amazon (paperback) $12.77
Amazon (hardcover) $22.82
Barnes and Noble (paperback) $13.02
Barnes and Noble (hardcover) $23.27
Amazon (Kindle) $2.99
Barnes and Noble (Nook) $2.99

Wednesday, October 30, 2013


Art/Colors: Rick Johnson

Not Final Cover
My buddy, Rick Johnson continues to astound with his art for our upcoming Operation Silver Moon graphic novel. Check out the great shot above from the story written by Bobby Nash with art and colors by Rick Johnson.

Rick and I are both very excited for this project and we're nearing the finish line on production.

Look for it soon.



Zoiks!!! A Ghost!!!
The ESO crew concludes the Countdown to Halloween with a blazing campfire, some marshmallows, and our favorite ghost stories. Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, and the award-winning author Bobby Nash are joined by Ghostbustin’ writer Erik Burnham and Halloween Legionnaires Martin Powell and Diana Leto for some spooky stories, terrorizing tales, and paranormal mysteries. Plus, The Bone Witch author Jason Asala faces something more frightening than Baba Yaga, The Geek Seat! All this, and the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: I Ain’t ‘Fraid of No Ghosts at
By Erik Burnham

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Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:07:14 Rants & Raves
0:29:45 Interview & Geek Seat with Author Jason Asala
1:03:24 Our Favorite Ghost Stories
2:10:20 2 Minutes w/ Dr Geek
2:12:19 The ESO Khan Report w/ Rachel Stewart & Mario Russo
2:44:07 ESO Shout Outs & Show Close

By Martin Powell and Diana Leto
Next on Earth Station One...
By Jason Asala

Hulkamania Runs Wild!

Ladieeeees and gentlemennnnn…. in this corner, wearing red trunks, it’s Earth Station One! The ESO crew steps back inside the ring as we look at the wide world of wrestling, circa 1983 - 1992, the decade when wrestling went mainstream. Plus, we’ll also have the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, ESO’s Khan Report, The Geek Seat, Shout Outs, and so much more. Join us for another body slammin’ episode of the Earth Station One podcast. Let’s get ready to rummmmmble!

Are you a wrestling fan? ESO wants to hear from you. Who was your favorite, www.esonetwork.comFacebook, Twitter, or Google+. We love hearing from you. We might just read your response on the show.
My favorite ghost story
wrestler from 1983 - 1992 and why? Let us know at

Download ESO Episode 186 mp3 here.

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Check out The New ESO E-Store here.


It's such a beautiful day that I took the ol' laptop outside for some writing today.
Sitting on the porch, working. It's a simple set up, but the view is gorgeous.
Thought I'd share.

The set up is simple. Plastic table, swing, laptop.

The view is worth it though. Very peaceful.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013


I spent last week and part of today working as an extra on a movie. I’m prevented from disclosing the title of the movie (darn Non-Disclosure Agreement) even though it’s pretty common knowledge the movie is being filmed here. Oh, well. I’ll announce more when I can.

In the meantime, here's a spoiler-free shot of me in my outfit for the shoot.

Some books I worked on made this week's New Pulp Top 10 List on Amazon. Thanks to all who have checked out The New Adventures of The Green Ghost, The Spider: Extreme Prejudice, and Fight Card: Barefoot Bones, not to mention all the other great titles on that list.

You can check out the complete list here.


My ebook sale gets a mention on Ralph's Rants this week. Check out all the new releases this week here.

Learn more about the BEN Books novel sale here.


Bobby wants a Bigfoot comeback.
Calling all dorky demons and geeky ghouls! It is once again the time of year where spooky spirits roam the dusty corridors of Earth Station One and Phantom Troublemaker possesses the transmission to bring you the creepiest and scariest show of the year!

That’s right, Phantomaniacs – Earth Station Boo has risen from the grave and is ready to haunt your nightmares!

Join Phantom Troublemaker, Funeral Director Faber, Mike GORE-don, Bobby SLASH, Rebecca SCARY, and Mark STARK RAVING MADdox for a petrifying podcast the likes of which would make Dracula cry for his mummy. In this episode, we cover the terrifying theme of My Pet Monster. Each of us talks about our favorite malicious monstrosity and leave it to you – the Earth Station Booers – to determine which would conquer all in a Mad Monster Battle Royal! Let us know via comments or Station Feedback which mad monster rules them all!

Zack Galligan and Gizmo
Not only that, Phantom Troublemaker sits down for a chilling interview with none other than the star of Gremlins, Waxwork, and Hatchet III – genre icon Zack Galligan! Zack chats about his career, tells stories about Gremlins and Waxwork, and fills us in on the upcoming Walker Stalker Con in Atlanta! Find Zack on Twitter @ZWGMan and see what he’s up to. Also, be sure and let Wizard World know that you want to see Zack in your city! *This interview features naughty language that is not appropriate for boils and ghouls of all ages!*

our host.
We also give our recommendations as to how to experience the best Halloween ever and tell you which Halloween tunes are the essential Halloweeniest!

So bring the cats in, feed the gargoyles, and kick back in your coffin with a nice goblet of Type O Negative, it’s time for Earth Station Boo!

Listen to Earth Station Boo now at
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ESBoo wants to hear from you. Let us know what’s on your Halloween mind at,, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We love hearing from ghouls like you.

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Check out The New ESO E-Store here.

Monday, October 28, 2013


Just a reminder that Bobby Nash will join with some fantastic authors like Van Allen Plexico, Sean Taylor, Andrea Judy, Barry Reese, and more at the 2013 Georgia Literary Festival, which is being held on November 9 - 10, 2013 in Milledgeville, GA. Panels take place on Saturday, November 9th. Click on the panel schedule grid above for a larger view.

You can learn more about this amazing event here and here.

We hope to see you there.


Art: Rick Johnson
Here's a low-rez sneak peek at Operation: Silver Moon art by the amazingly talented Rick Johnson. Story by me. Click to see a larger view.

Rick is working through the toning process now. Once that's finished, we'll get the book put together and get it ready to publish.

I'm excited for this one, Rick and I have had a lot of fun working on this one.


Saturday, October 26, 2013


Cover: Mark Maddox
ESO continues our Countdown to Halloween spotlighting one of the true masters of horror, John Carpenter. Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, award-winning author Bobby Nash, award-winning artist Mark Maddox, Anthony Taylor, and Drew Meyer run into some big trouble in Little China and escape from New York wearing their sunglasses while avoiding psychopaths in Shatner-masks, all the while trying to figure out which crew member is the thing. Plus, Anthony introduces us to a new Atlanta convention celebrating the fantastic in film, literature, and art, Monsterama! Plus the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: The Films of John Carpenter at
John Carpenter

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Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:07:52 Rants & Raves
0:37:00 The Films of John Carpenter
1:31:47 2 Minutes w/ Dr Geek
1:33:14 The ESO Khan Report w/ Anthony Taylor
1:50:49 ESO Shout Outs & Show Close

Next on Earth Station One...
Coming 2014

Gather around the campfire, kiddies.

The Countdown to Halloween Continues as the ESO crew and special guests share their favorite ghost stories. Plus, we’ll also have the usual
My rave (see below for more)
assortment of scary Rants and Raves, ESO’s Khan Report, interviews, The Geek Seat, Shout Outs, and so
much more. Join us for another spooktacular episode of the Earth Station One podcast.

ESO wants to hear your favorite ghost stories. Share yours with us at,, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We love hearing from you. Who knows, we might just
My shout out. Coming Soon
Andrea Judy's Bone Queen
read yours on the show.
Download ESO Episode 185 mp3 here.

You can also find Earth Station One on iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

Check out The New ESO E-Store here.

See you next week on Earth Station One!

My Rave for the week: Happy 75th, Superman!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


WOW. Two projects I'm part of (The New Adventures of The Green Ghost and The Spider: Extreme Prejudice) made this week's New Pulp Bestseller List with my Fight Card entry (Barefoot Bones) just missing the list. This is great news to kick off my day.

You can find the full article here.

Without further ado, here’s the completely and totally unofficial New Pulp bestseller list as of right now (title, then publisher, then release date, then sales rank): Ranking based on Amazon sales.

1) The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs by Various (Baen, October 2013) – 53,555
2) Doc Savage: The Miracle Menace by Will Murray (Altus Press, September 2013) – 74,637
3) Liberty Girl by Barry Reese (Pro Se Productions, October 2013) – 145,275
4) The Queen of Escapes by Curt Fernlund (Airship 27, October 2013) – 324,975
5) New Adventures of the Green Ghost by Various (Pro Se Productions, October 2013) – 351,725
6) Shadow Legion: New Roads to Hell by Thomas Deja (Airship 27, September 2013) – 488,715
7) The Spider: Extreme Prejudice by Various (Moonstone Books, September 2013)
– 502,562
8 ) Black Fedora by Various (Pro Se Productions, September 2013) – 1,021,105
9) Pro Se Presents # 19 (Pro Se Productions, July 2013) – 1,033,822
10) Ravenwood, Stepson of Mystery Volume Two (Airship 27, August 2013) – 1,063,699

Just missing the list were: Six Guns and Spaceships by Various (Pro Se Productions, September 2013) – 1,537,468, The Bagman vs. The World’s Fair by B.C. Bell (Airship 27, August 2013) – 1,687,638, The New Adventures of Jim Anthony, Super-Detective: The Death’s Head Cloud by Josh Reynolds (Pro Se Productions, September 2013) – 1,840,561, Robin Hood – Freedom’s Outlaw by
I.A. Watson (Airship 27, July 2013) – 1,907,045, Fight Card: Brooklyn Beatdown by Derrick Ferguson (Fight Card Productions, July 2013) – 2,115,331, Fight Card: Barefoot Bones by Bobby Nash (Fight Card Productions, October 2013) – 2,115,332, Behold the Night Wind by Christopher R. Yates (Borgo Press, July 2013) – 2,114,031 and A Week in Hell by J. Walt Layne (Pro Se Productions, August 2013) - 2,419,665.

Thanks to Barry Reese for putting this list together each week.



Recommended reading from Fight Card Books' Paul Bishop.
You can read the full article, Writing does not have to be a lonely business here.

It's an interesting look at publishing and the philosophy behind Fight Card Books and other author cooperatives.


Saturday, October 19, 2013


You ever start writing a scene that you aren't really sure of how it impacts the overall plot, but it's what the character wants to do, so you follow and it turns into a very important scene? I just did that. Ah, the magic of writing. I love it when that happens.

I just wish these light bulb writing moments didn’t wait until 4:30 a.m. to burst wide open.

Oh well, sleep is overrated, I suppose.

Here's a sample from tonight's work. I'm working on an ebook novella called Snow Falls. This is all firsdt draft so it might change before it reaches readers. I'll have more on this project soon.

In this scene, Abraham Snow and Owen Salizar, a suspect terrorist sympathizer and all around bad guy, run into one another hours after Snow saved Salizar and his entourage from an assassin's bullet.


“Is it not amazing how easily we humans are able to push past tragedy and continue on about our lives, Agent Snow? I mean, a man lost his life on this very spot and yet they…” Salizar pointed toward the men and women sipping their drinks, laughing, and telling stories. “They move about as though nothing out of the ordinary has happened.”

“As you said, it’s human nature. We have this uncanny ability to move beyond tragedy and get on with our lives. It'’ kind of heroic when you think about it.”

“Have you had any luck tracking down the person who tried to kill me?” Salizar asked.

“Not yet. I have my people working on it.”

“I’m sure you do.”

Snow finally turned to look at the suspected terrorist. “So, knowing that the person who wants you dead is still at large, you thought it would be a good idea to take a little stroll? That doesn’t seem very smart.”

“I refuse to live my life in fear, Agent Snow. I will not become a prisoner in my room because a coward is unhappy with me.”

“I cannot guarantee your safety down here.”

“And I have not asked you to do so,” Salizar said. “My security has been taken care of already. There is no need for you to worry about me.”

“Oh, I can’t help but worry about you, Salizar,” Snow said. He grimaced the second the words passed his lips. He did not want to let this man push his buttons. “It’s my job,” he added.

“So you say. It is strange you phrased it like that.”

“Oh? Why is that?”

“I am a man of resource. I had my people run a security check on you, Agent Snow.”

“Very thorough of you. I take it you found something you’d care to discuss.”

Salizar laughed. “Something like that, yes. It seems that there is no record of you working for Homeland Security prior to today. How can that be?”

“Clerical error, maybe?” Snow smiled.

“Yes. I’m sure that must be it. Good night, Mr. Snow.”

“Good night.”




Thursday, October 17, 2013


Mulder and Scully
The truth is no longer out there; it is on Earth Station One! We continue the Countdown to Halloween as former cigarette-smoking host Mike Gordon is joined by skeptic Mike Faber, believer and award-winning author Bobby Nash, and lone gunman Thomas Deja, to declassify one of the most influential TV series in our time-- The X-Files. And speaking of paranormal, we also chat with Bobby and the creative team of Alexandra Holzer and Michael Hudson about the new prose series Ghost Gal right before we give them a scare with The Geek Seat. Plus, the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: ESO Delves into The X-Files at
Meet the Ghost Gal team
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Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:05:43 Rants & Raves
0:38:54 Interview & Geek Seat w/ the Ghost Gal crew of Alexandra Holzer, Michael Hudson and Bobby Nash
1:07:14 The X-Files
1:54:42 2 Minutes w/ Dr Geek
1:56:39 The ESO Khan Report
2:03:53 ESO Shout Outs & Show Close
My Rave

Next on Earth Station One...

There’s Big Trouble on Earth Station One.

ESO’s Countdown to Halloween Continues next week when ESO puts a man forever links to Halloween in the director spotlight. That’s right, ESO looks back at the films of writer/director John Carpenter. From Halloween to The Thing, Escape From New York to Big Trouble in Little China, and everything in between, John Carpenter is one of Hollywood’s kings of scary movies. If that wasn’t enough, we’ll also have the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, ESO’s Khan Report, interviews, The Geek Seat, Shout Outs, and so much more. Join us
My Rave
for another thrilling episode of the Earth Station One podcast.

John Carpenter fans, ESO wants to hear from you. Share your favorite Carpenter flicks and let us know why you’re a fan. Are you a Halloween fan? Tell us what you love about Halloween. Or just say Howdy at,, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We love hearing from you. Who knows, we might just read yours on the show.

Download ESO Episode 184 mp3 here.

You can also find Earth Station One on iTunes, Stitcher, and YouTube.

Check out The New ESO E-Store here.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013


Author Bobby Nash and editor/publisher Paul Bishop join Art Sippo on The Book Cave to discuss the latest book in the Fight Card Series, Barefoot Bones.

Listen to The Book Cave Episode 252: Fightcard: Barefoot Bones here.

Fight Card: Barefoot Bones is available in paperback and ebook at


Saw this new magazine in a store today. I was very disappointed. There's not a single mention of me anywhere inside. :)

I do like the logo though.


Tuesday, October 15, 2013


Bobby Nash's Evil Ways gets uncovered.


“The twenty-first century. Mankind has colonized the last unexplored region on Earth... the ocean. As Captain of the seaQuest and its crew, we are its guardians. For beneath the surface... lies the future.”

Earth Station One’s Bobby Nash and Good To Be Geek’s Jessa Phillips moderated a fan discussion panel celebrating the 20th anniversary of seaQuest DSV at the 2013 Dragon Con convention. This panel was part of the convention’s fantastic American Science fiction Classics Track.

Join us for a look back at this sci fi classic TV series at

You can listen to the full episode here.

Jessa Phillips and Bobby Nash on the seaQuest panel.