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An Imperfect Time by Bronislaw Wildstein $9.99

An Imperfect Time by Bronislaw Wildstein

An Imperfect Time by Bronislaw Wildstein

“An Imperfect Time” is an epic story depicting the fate of people involved in the grim history of the twentieth century in Poland. From the pogrom in the village near Pinsk to the reality of the Third Republic, the author takes us on a narrative that changes perspective, epochs and countries. We follow the fate of several generations of the Brok family, to whom history did not spare anything, neither suffering nor betrayal, nor crime, nor ideological constriction. This story attempts to understand the experiences that shaped today’s Poland, from the bloody October Revolution through optimistic Solidarity to the Third Polish Republic. This is a tale of choices people have to make when faced with the  absurdities and numbing feeling of a society under guard. It is a kind of morality play showing the struggle of people against the temptations of evil and nothingness, those temptations that were effectively misled by the twentieth century.

 

Bronislaw Wildstein (born in 1952), writer, journalist, currently a columnist for Rzeczpospolita and the weekly Uwazam Rze. He graduated in Polish at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In the 1970’s he was an anti-communist opposition activist. He was the co-founder of the Student Solidarity Committee in Krakow (1977). In 1980 he participated in the founding of Solidarity and the NZS in Krakow. He was the Co-founder and in 1982-87 editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine, Contact, published in Paris and published in the emigration and underground press. At the beginning of 1990 he returned to Poland, where he performed the functions of, among others, director of Radio Krakow; edited Zycie Warszawy; deputy editor-in-chief Life; president of TVP; journalist of Rzeczpospolita and weekly Wprost and many other periodicals. He has worked in broadcast radio and television. He was decorated with the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

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An Imperfect Time by Bronislaw Wildstein

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“An Imperfect Time” is an epic story depicting the fate of people involved in the grim history of the twentieth century in Poland. From the pogrom in the village near Pinsk to the reality of the Third Republic, the author takes us on a narrative that changes perspective, epochs and countries. We follow the fate of several generations of the Brok family, to whom history did not spare anything, neither suffering nor betrayal, nor crime, nor ideological constriction. This story attempts to understand the experiences that shaped today’s Poland, from the bloody October Revolution through optimistic Solidarity to the Third Polish Republic. This is a tale of choices people have to make when faced with the  absurdities and numbing feeling of a society under guard. It is a kind of morality play showing the struggle of people against the temptations of evil and nothingness, those temptations that were effectively misled by the twentieth century.

 

Bronislaw Wildstein (born in 1952), writer, journalist, currently a columnist for Rzeczpospolita and the weekly Uwazam Rze. He graduated in Polish at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In the 1970’s he was an anti-communist opposition activist. He was the co-founder of the Student Solidarity Committee in Krakow (1977). In 1980 he participated in the founding of Solidarity and the NZS in Krakow. He was the Co-founder and in 1982-87 editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine, Contact, published in Paris and published in the emigration and underground press. At the beginning of 1990 he returned to Poland, where he performed the functions of, among others, director of Radio Krakow; edited Zycie Warszawy; deputy editor-in-chief Life; president of TVP; journalist of Rzeczpospolita and weekly Wprost and many other periodicals. He has worked in broadcast radio and television. He was decorated with the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

Where Did You Come From Superman by Jacek Perzynski (Paperback) $15.00

Where Did You Come From Superman by Jacek Perzynski (Paperback)

Where Did You Come From Superman by Jacek Perzynski (Paperback)

This is the story of a man who was the original prototype of Superman presented against the background of Jewish history and its impact on the Superman culture. It tells the story of Zishe Breitbart who in many respects could have served as a role model for Superman – including his nickname “Superman of the Ages”. He was born in Tsarist Russian (Poland) in the 1880’s and died in Poland in the 1920’s but in between he developed the reputation as “the Strongest Man in the World.” He was also one of the first entertainers to exploit the fitness market. A true story of an exceptions individual.

Where Did You Come From Superman? is translated from Polish by an author who had the cooperation of the Breitbart family and includes many contemporary photos.

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Where Did You Come From Superman by Jacek Perzynski (Paperback)

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This is the story of a man who was the original prototype of Superman presented against the background of Jewish history and its impact on the Superman culture. It tells the story of Zishe Breitbart who in many respects could have served as a role model for Superman – including his nickname “Superman of the Ages”. He was born in Tsarist Russian (Poland) in the 1880’s and died in Poland in the 1920’s but in between he developed the reputation as “the Strongest Man in the World.” He was also one of the first entertainers to exploit the fitness market. A true story of an exceptions individual.

Where Did You Come From Superman? is translated from Polish by an author who had the cooperation of the Breitbart family and includes many contemporary photos.

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book) $9.99

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book)

City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book)

A knight in the service of the Teutonic Knights goes on a quest for an object that may lead to the destruction of humanity, only he is unaware.  He comes in contact with others who will either help him or kill him.

Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe, The Cross of St. Boniface starts in the cursed city of Starybogow, then travels the Ottoman Empire as Djin and Eldar gods battle for the souls of humans

The world of Starybogow is set in Eastern Europe in the year 1500.  An earthquake has released factions of the Eldar Gods and Slavic Deities who have battled millenniums for the control of humanity. On the cross-roads of empires, political and military forces compete for control of a town which contains great treasure and power for those who are willing to take it. Teutonic Knights, Polish and Lithuanian soldiers, Cossacks, Hanseatic Merchants, Templars, Tartars and Imperial spies battle each other on behalf of their own ends.

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City of the Gods: The Cross of Saint Boniface (e-book)

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A knight in the service of the Teutonic Knights goes on a quest for an object that may lead to the destruction of humanity, only he is unaware.  He comes in contact with others who will either help him or kill him.

Against the backdrop of Eastern Europe, The Cross of St. Boniface starts in the cursed city of Starybogow, then travels the Ottoman Empire as Djin and Eldar gods battle for the souls of humans

The world of Starybogow is set in Eastern Europe in the year 1500.  An earthquake has released factions of the Eldar Gods and Slavic Deities who have battled millenniums for the control of humanity. On the cross-roads of empires, political and military forces compete for control of a town which contains great treasure and power for those who are willing to take it. Teutonic Knights, Polish and Lithuanian soldiers, Cossacks, Hanseatic Merchants, Templars, Tartars and Imperial spies battle each other on behalf of their own ends.

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Ebook) $9.99

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Ebook)

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Ebook)

This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover.  It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.  Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps.  The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated.  In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added.  In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included.

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Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Ebook)

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This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover.  It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.  Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps.  The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated.  In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added.  In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included.

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback) $18.00

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback)

Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback)

This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover.  It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.  Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps.  The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated.  In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added.  In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included.

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Operations of the Allied Army under the Duke of Brunswick 1757 – 1762 by Sir Charles Hotham-Thompson (Paperback)

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This work was originally published in 1764 and its author was a British officer who served with the Duke of Brunswick against the French as they moved north from the Rhine to push into Hanover.  It is a detailed account of all operations, actions, and maneuvers.  Seven battles are covered in detail and supported by maps.  The original work has been modified to make following it on modern maps by correcting the spellings of German city names to their modern spellings, or, when they have been absorbed into larger cities that has been annotated.  In addition, biographies of several of the Duke of Brunswick’s staff officers have been added.  In the original form the author was anonymous, but he has been identified and his biography also included.

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book) $9.99

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (e-Book)

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Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback) $18.00

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

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Beyond Antares: Markov’s Prize by Mark Barber (Paperback)

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Markov’s Prize is an isolated planet within the Determinate, cut off since the 6th Age. Its human population have thrived and advanced over the centuries but now, recently rediscovered, they find themselves simultaneously invaded by the aggressive and bloodthirsty Ghar Empire and the expansionist PanHuman Concord. The Ghar are looking to plunder the planet for resources and slaves while the Concord desire to assimilate the planet into their collective whole, believing it to be the best course of action for the Concord and the planet’s people.

Strike Commander Ryen Tahl is a soldier in the PanHuman Concord, responsible for a Company of some sixty troopers who are at the forefront of the invasion. Previously a famous martial arts champion with a deadly reputation, he has softened and matured over the years and now prioritizes the safety of his men and women above all else.

Tahl’s Company is not Special Forces; there is no secret mission and no universe changing event they will be involved in. They are ordinary people embroiled in the daily operations of a front-line war against a vicious adversary and the stoic defenders of Markov’s Prize.

White Zulu (ebook) $9.99

White Zulu (ebook)

White Zulu (ebook)

White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

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White Zulu (ebook)

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White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

White Zulu (Paperback) $16.00

White Zulu (Paperback)

White Zulu (Paperback)

White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

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White Zulu (Paperback)

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White Zulu by Howard Whitehouse

A historical farce in the same vein as the Flashman books, White Zulu describes adventures and misadventures of Colonel Bagshot, late of her Majesty’s Hussars in the battles of Isandlwana and Rourke’s Drift.  Solidly based in historical events, it plays on the “unseen events” of war to tell a tale in his retirement.

Howard Whitehouse is a British writer and game designer. Since the 1980s he has published two books of military history, five novels for young people, and designed more than twenty sets of wargames rules. He lives with four fine cats and his very patient American wife in New York’s Hudson Valley, in a 1900 era church manse cluttered up with books, model soldiers, miniature buildings and, indeed, himself.  He has also been called, “..one of the finest comic writers of our day”.

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ $9.99

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ

Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ

In September 1939, Nazi Germany initiated the second world war by invading Poland. William Russ has compiled a highly detailed study of the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, examining, the actions of every group on a daily basis. This book explores the campaign down to the regimental level from the German perspective, listing every action as appropriate. The appendices provide a complete order of battle for the Germans and the Polish forces as well as their positions. There are sixty-nine maps of the campaign as well as information on armament and equipment.

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Case White: The German Army in the Polish Campaign, September 1939 by William Russ

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In September 1939, Nazi Germany initiated the second world war by invading Poland. William Russ has compiled a highly detailed study of the German invasion of Poland in September 1939, examining, the actions of every group on a daily basis. This book explores the campaign down to the regimental level from the German perspective, listing every action as appropriate. The appendices provide a complete order of battle for the Germans and the Polish forces as well as their positions. There are sixty-nine maps of the campaign as well as information on armament and equipment.

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk $9.99

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

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Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign (e-book) by Gen. Roman Soltyk

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Operations of the Polish Army in the 1809 Campaign

Originally published in 1841, Operations of the Polish Army during the 1809 Campaign, by General Roman Soltyk, is not a simple recitation of the events of the war; it is a reasoned critique of the operations of the Polish Army, disputing its territory and its liberties from the Austrian Army foot by foot.  It was written by a man who was personally familiar with the people and events discuss in this work.  Using original material along with his memoirs, General Soltyk lays out a fascinating and detailed account of the little researched, but equally important theater of war.

The Author

Roman Soltyk was the son of a Polish general who fought in the Russian Campaign of 1812 in the army of the Duchy of Warsaw, survived the wars and was an officer in the army of the Kingdom of Poland.  Soltyk joined underground patriotic organizations in the 1820’s and commanded troops in the November Insurrection of 1830-31.  He eventually emigrated to France where he wrote histories of the Napoleonic Wars and the November Uprising.

Beyond the Gates of Antares: Dimensional Gates (e-book) 978-1-94543046-6 edited by Brandon Rospond $9.99

Beyond the Gates of Antares: Dimensional Gates (e-book) 978-1-94543046-6 edited by Brandon Rospond

Beyond the Gates of Antares: Dimensional Gates (e-book) 978-1-94543046-6 edited by Brandon Rospond

Beyond the Gates of Antares lies a universe vast beyond comprehension, a universe of human endeavor stretching eons into a dark and turbulent past, a universe of embattled civilizations possessed of unimaginable power. Across millions of worlds rival empires are locked in a struggle for dominance, driven by intellects that are as much machine as human, the omniscient integrated machine intelligence of a society and a time very different to our own. This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game. It is called Beyond the Gates of Antares because that is where our adventures will take us.

You will see the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and we will confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards. Beyond the Gates of Antares was originally conceived as a game and that is where our journey begins. Dimensional Gates is an anthology showcases ten authors with stories based in the distant galaxy beyond the Gates of Antares.

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Beyond the Gates of Antares: Dimensional Gates (e-book) 978-1-94543046-6 edited by Brandon Rospond

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Beyond the Gates of Antares lies a universe vast beyond comprehension, a universe of human endeavor stretching eons into a dark and turbulent past, a universe of embattled civilizations possessed of unimaginable power. Across millions of worlds rival empires are locked in a struggle for dominance, driven by intellects that are as much machine as human, the omniscient integrated machine intelligence of a society and a time very different to our own. This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game. It is called Beyond the Gates of Antares because that is where our adventures will take us.

You will see the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and we will confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards. Beyond the Gates of Antares was originally conceived as a game and that is where our journey begins. Dimensional Gates is an anthology showcases ten authors with stories based in the distant galaxy beyond the Gates of Antares.

Beyond Antares: Dimensional Gates (Paperback) – edited by Brandon Rospond $18.00

Beyond Antares: Dimensional Gates (Paperback) – edited by Brandon Rospond

Beyond Antares: Dimensional Gates (Paperback) – edited by Brandon Rospond

Beyond the Gates of Antares lies a universe vast beyond comprehension, a universe of human endeavor stretching eons into a dark and turbulent past, a universe of embattled civilizations possessed of unimaginable power. Across millions of worlds rival empires are locked in a struggle for dominance, driven by intellects that are as much machine as human, the omniscient integrated machine intelligence of a society and a time very different to our own. This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game. It is called Beyond the Gates of Antares because that is where our adventures will take us.

You will see the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and we will confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards. Beyond the Gates of Antares was originally conceived as a game and that is where our journey begins. Dimensional Gates is an anthology showcases ten authors with stories based in the distant galaxy beyond the Gates of Antares.

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Beyond Antares: Dimensional Gates (Paperback) – edited by Brandon Rospond

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Beyond the Gates of Antares lies a universe vast beyond comprehension, a universe of human endeavor stretching eons into a dark and turbulent past, a universe of embattled civilizations possessed of unimaginable power. Across millions of worlds rival empires are locked in a struggle for dominance, driven by intellects that are as much machine as human, the omniscient integrated machine intelligence of a society and a time very different to our own. This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game. It is called Beyond the Gates of Antares because that is where our adventures will take us.

You will see the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and we will confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards. Beyond the Gates of Antares was originally conceived as a game and that is where our journey begins. Dimensional Gates is an anthology showcases ten authors with stories based in the distant galaxy beyond the Gates of Antares.

Beyond Antares: Open Signal (E-book) $9.99

Beyond Antares: Open Signal (E-book)

Beyond Antares: Open Signal (E-book)

This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game called Beyond the Gates of Antares. Travel through Antarean dimensional gateways to the galaxy spanning empires of the PanHuman Concord and Isorian Senatex, and to the myriad worlds of the Determinate and beyond. Board the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards.

This anthology represents the first step upon a path that promises to take us to new stars and undiscovered worlds. It is a living, breathing universe, and one that we intend to realize fully in the form of campaigns, background expansions.  Inside are ten short stories by new and experienced writers to introduce you to the universe of Antares, the peoples and events that make this a fascinating place for adventure.

 

Find out more about Beyond the Gates of Antares at www.warlordgames.com

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Beyond Antares: Open Signal (E-book)

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This is the universe of the Seventh Age of Humanity and the setting for the game called Beyond the Gates of Antares. Travel through Antarean dimensional gateways to the galaxy spanning empires of the PanHuman Concord and Isorian Senatex, and to the myriad worlds of the Determinate and beyond. Board the glittering space borne cities of the Vardari, the great mercantile powers of Antarean space, and confront foes as implacable as the Ghar and as merciless as the Renegade NuHu Shards.

This anthology represents the first step upon a path that promises to take us to new stars and undiscovered worlds. It is a living, breathing universe, and one that we intend to realize fully in the form of campaigns, background expansions.  Inside are ten short stories by new and experienced writers to introduce you to the universe of Antares, the peoples and events that make this a fascinating place for adventure.

 

Find out more about Beyond the Gates of Antares at www.warlordgames.com

Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss – edited by Brandon Rospond (Paperback) $18.00

Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss – edited by Brandon Rospond (Paperback)

Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss – edited by Brandon Rospond (Paperback)

Mantica exists in a constant state of turbulence. There are those that seek more than just their own domain; they wish to destroy all that would oppose them and conquer the whole land for their own desires. As of recent times, the land itself cries out in pain. Mantica has been rent by dark forces, creating a chasm filled with hellfire and nightmarish creatures. The people of the realm call this place the Abyss. From this pit of darkness emerged winged stone gargoyles, baleful horned demons, and elementals of hellfire called efreets. They torture and taint the earth with every step they take, every breath they breathe.

All hope for Mantica is not lost, though. Heroes that stand on the side for the forces of good take the guise of various statures. Whether they come in the form of forest dwelling elves with their understanding of the land, dwarfs who dwell deep underground and bring with them their knowledge of craft and technology, salamanders whose fiery tenacity knows no bounds, or men who are born and bred to fight wars, the darkness of the Abyss shall always have someone to contend against.

This anthology is a collection of ten short stories that span the Edge of the Abyss campaign in the Kings of War universe. Each story has been tailored to fit into the overall lore of the universe, having worked closely with Mantic, as well as unified under my guidance to create one overarching universe for our fiction. Even though the stories can be read in any order, we’ve purposely ordered them as so that the first is the earliest in our narrative, while the last brings the most recent developments.

Features stories by Duncan Waugh, C.L. Werner, C.W. Conduff, Andrew McKinney, Robert E. Waters, Michael McCann, Scott Washburn, Bill Donohue, Marc DeSantis and Brandon Rospond

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Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss – edited by Brandon Rospond (Paperback)

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Mantica exists in a constant state of turbulence. There are those that seek more than just their own domain; they wish to destroy all that would oppose them and conquer the whole land for their own desires. As of recent times, the land itself cries out in pain. Mantica has been rent by dark forces, creating a chasm filled with hellfire and nightmarish creatures. The people of the realm call this place the Abyss. From this pit of darkness emerged winged stone gargoyles, baleful horned demons, and elementals of hellfire called efreets. They torture and taint the earth with every step they take, every breath they breathe.

All hope for Mantica is not lost, though. Heroes that stand on the side for the forces of good take the guise of various statures. Whether they come in the form of forest dwelling elves with their understanding of the land, dwarfs who dwell deep underground and bring with them their knowledge of craft and technology, salamanders whose fiery tenacity knows no bounds, or men who are born and bred to fight wars, the darkness of the Abyss shall always have someone to contend against.

This anthology is a collection of ten short stories that span the Edge of the Abyss campaign in the Kings of War universe. Each story has been tailored to fit into the overall lore of the universe, having worked closely with Mantic, as well as unified under my guidance to create one overarching universe for our fiction. Even though the stories can be read in any order, we’ve purposely ordered them as so that the first is the earliest in our narrative, while the last brings the most recent developments.

Features stories by Duncan Waugh, C.L. Werner, C.W. Conduff, Andrew McKinney, Robert E. Waters, Michael McCann, Scott Washburn, Bill Donohue, Marc DeSantis and Brandon Rospond

Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss, edited by Brandon Rospond (Ebook) $9.99

Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss, edited by Brandon Rospond (Ebook)

Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss, edited by Brandon Rospond (Ebook)

Mantica exists in a constant state of turbulence. There are those that seek more than just their own domain; they wish to destroy all that would oppose them and conquer the whole land for their own desires. As of recent times, the land itself cries out in pain. Mantica has been rent by dark forces, creating a chasm filled with hellfire and nightmarish creatures. The people of the realm call this place the Abyss. From this pit of darkness emerged winged stone gargoyles, baleful horned demons, and elementals of hellfire called efreets. They torture and taint the earth with every step they take, every breath they breathe.

All hope for Mantica is not lost, though. Heroes that stand on the side for the forces of good take the guise of various statures. Whether they come in the form of forest dwelling elves with their understanding of the land, dwarfs who dwell deep underground and bring with them their knowledge of craft and technology, salamanders whose fiery tenacity knows no bounds, or men who are born and bred to fight wars, the darkness of the Abyss shall always have someone to contend against.

This anthology is a collection of ten short stories that span the Edge of the Abyss campaign in the Kings of War universe. Each story has been tailored to fit into the overall lore of the universe, having worked closely with Mantic, as well as unified under my guidance to create one overarching universe for our fiction. Even though the stories can be read in any order, we’ve purposely ordered them as so that the first is the earliest in our narrative, while the last brings the most recent developments.

Features stories by Duncan Waugh, C.L. Werner, C.W. Conduff, Andrew McKinney, Robert E. Waters, Michael McCann, Scott Washburn, Bill Donohue, Marc DeSantis and Brandon Rospond

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Tales of Mantica: Edge of the Abyss, edited by Brandon Rospond (Ebook)

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Mantica exists in a constant state of turbulence. There are those that seek more than just their own domain; they wish to destroy all that would oppose them and conquer the whole land for their own desires. As of recent times, the land itself cries out in pain. Mantica has been rent by dark forces, creating a chasm filled with hellfire and nightmarish creatures. The people of the realm call this place the Abyss. From this pit of darkness emerged winged stone gargoyles, baleful horned demons, and elementals of hellfire called efreets. They torture and taint the earth with every step they take, every breath they breathe.

All hope for Mantica is not lost, though. Heroes that stand on the side for the forces of good take the guise of various statures. Whether they come in the form of forest dwelling elves with their understanding of the land, dwarfs who dwell deep underground and bring with them their knowledge of craft and technology, salamanders whose fiery tenacity knows no bounds, or men who are born and bred to fight wars, the darkness of the Abyss shall always have someone to contend against.

This anthology is a collection of ten short stories that span the Edge of the Abyss campaign in the Kings of War universe. Each story has been tailored to fit into the overall lore of the universe, having worked closely with Mantic, as well as unified under my guidance to create one overarching universe for our fiction. Even though the stories can be read in any order, we’ve purposely ordered them as so that the first is the earliest in our narrative, while the last brings the most recent developments.

Features stories by Duncan Waugh, C.L. Werner, C.W. Conduff, Andrew McKinney, Robert E. Waters, Michael McCann, Scott Washburn, Bill Donohue, Marc DeSantis and Brandon Rospond

An Imperfect Time – Bronislaw Wildstein $18.00

An Imperfect Time – Bronislaw Wildstein

An Imperfect Time – Bronislaw Wildstein

“An Imperfect Time” is an epic story depicting the fate of people involved in the grim history of the twentieth century in Poland. From the pogrom in the village near Pinsk to the reality of the Third Republic, the author takes us on a narrative that changes perspective, epochs and countries. We follow the fate of several generations of the Brok family, to whom history did not spare anything, neither suffering nor betrayal, nor crime, nor ideological constriction. This story attempts to understand the experiences that shaped today’s Poland, from the bloody October Revolution through optimistic Solidarity to the Third Polish Republic. This is a tale of choices people have to make when faced with the    absurdities and numbing feeling of a society under guard. It is a kind of morality play showing the struggle of people against the temptations of evil and nothingness, those temptations that were effectively misled by the twentieth century.

 

Bronislaw Wildstein (born in 1952), writer, journalist, currently a columnist for Rzeczpospolita and the weekly Uwazam Rze. He graduated in Polish at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In the 1970’s he was an anti-communist opposition activist. He was the co-founder of the Student Solidarity Committee in Krakow (1977). In 1980 he participated in the founding of Solidarity and the NZS in Krakow. He was the Co-founder and in 1982-87 editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine, Contact, published in Paris and published in the emigration and underground press. At the beginning of 1990 he returned to Poland, where he performed the functions of, among others, director of Radio Krakow; edited Zycie Warszawy; deputy editor-in-chief Life; president of TVP; journalist of Rzeczpospolita and weekly Wprost and many other periodicals. He has worked in broadcast radio and television. He was decorated with the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

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“An Imperfect Time” is an epic story depicting the fate of people involved in the grim history of the twentieth century in Poland. From the pogrom in the village near Pinsk to the reality of the Third Republic, the author takes us on a narrative that changes perspective, epochs and countries. We follow the fate of several generations of the Brok family, to whom history did not spare anything, neither suffering nor betrayal, nor crime, nor ideological constriction. This story attempts to understand the experiences that shaped today’s Poland, from the bloody October Revolution through optimistic Solidarity to the Third Polish Republic. This is a tale of choices people have to make when faced with the    absurdities and numbing feeling of a society under guard. It is a kind of morality play showing the struggle of people against the temptations of evil and nothingness, those temptations that were effectively misled by the twentieth century.

 

Bronislaw Wildstein (born in 1952), writer, journalist, currently a columnist for Rzeczpospolita and the weekly Uwazam Rze. He graduated in Polish at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In the 1970’s he was an anti-communist opposition activist. He was the co-founder of the Student Solidarity Committee in Krakow (1977). In 1980 he participated in the founding of Solidarity and the NZS in Krakow. He was the Co-founder and in 1982-87 editor-in-chief of the monthly magazine, Contact, published in Paris and published in the emigration and underground press. At the beginning of 1990 he returned to Poland, where he performed the functions of, among others, director of Radio Krakow; edited Zycie Warszawy; deputy editor-in-chief Life; president of TVP; journalist of Rzeczpospolita and weekly Wprost and many other periodicals. He has worked in broadcast radio and television. He was decorated with the Officer’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3 $0.00

Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3

Viking and Slavic Designs, Vol. 3

There In recent years, mass culture has started to focus of the Slavs. The growing importance of re-enactment for the history and archeology also played a role in this. Increased contact between East and West of Europe in various academic fields, including historical sciences, has given us a better understanding of this era.

This volume is based on three pillars – photos, new publications and the Internet. The author has constructed Volume III of the Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design with a new set of 266 or so ancient designs. The first group in the collection includes beautifully decorated wooden Viking objects.  Many of these come from the Irish capital and the local ornamental style. The second group includes items from the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. Thematically, and you will find a large amount of ornamentation in the Borre style. This time, there is new material from the tombs in Mammen, the embroidered and woven patterns from Oseberg and the embroidery of Russia. Piquant, two very well-known weather vanes provided a certain amount of ornaments.

As always, this is present in two-dimensional graphics in black and white, allowing the broadest possibilities. The logic of the system has not changed, focusing on the concept of the style, dating or borne symbolism.

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There In recent years, mass culture has started to focus of the Slavs. The growing importance of re-enactment for the history and archeology also played a role in this. Increased contact between East and West of Europe in various academic fields, including historical sciences, has given us a better understanding of this era.

This volume is based on three pillars – photos, new publications and the Internet. The author has constructed Volume III of the Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design with a new set of 266 or so ancient designs. The first group in the collection includes beautifully decorated wooden Viking objects.  Many of these come from the Irish capital and the local ornamental style. The second group includes items from the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo. Thematically, and you will find a large amount of ornamentation in the Borre style. This time, there is new material from the tombs in Mammen, the embroidered and woven patterns from Oseberg and the embroidery of Russia. Piquant, two very well-known weather vanes provided a certain amount of ornaments.

As always, this is present in two-dimensional graphics in black and white, allowing the broadest possibilities. The logic of the system has not changed, focusing on the concept of the style, dating or borne symbolism.

Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz $15.00

Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz

Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz

“Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design” volume 2, increases the demand for the graphic collection. Historic re-enactors and enthusiasts of the Viking Age in many countries. This volume presents 258 new, yet old designs.

Selection of patterns is similar to the first edition, but vol. 2. contains two thematic groups. The Boss and Bamberg reliquaries, which are justly considered masterpieces. This focuses on the Slavic and Northern-Germanic mythology of the Viking Age.

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Slavic and Viking Designs, Vol 2 by Igor Gorewicz

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“Viking and Slavic Ornamental Design” volume 2, increases the demand for the graphic collection. Historic re-enactors and enthusiasts of the Viking Age in many countries. This volume presents 258 new, yet old designs.

Selection of patterns is similar to the first edition, but vol. 2. contains two thematic groups. The Boss and Bamberg reliquaries, which are justly considered masterpieces. This focuses on the Slavic and Northern-Germanic mythology of the Viking Age.

Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz $15.00

Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz

Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz

An album of 343 authentic graphic designs in 2D. Collected mainly from the Viking Age, are not only sourced from Scandinavia, but also from Germany, Central Europe (eg Wolin) and Russia. They have been drawn from a vast selection of artifacts – hilts, crossguards, pottery, jewelry, manuscripts, bone and wood carvings etc. Each and every pattern has a date, origin, place it was found, and meaning, where possible.

All of the graphics presented in this catalog have a common denominator. All of them can be traced back to the Early Middle Ages (V-VI c.) Until the end of XII c. a fully functional entity, recognized as a property of the Middle Ages proper. During that time, a wide variety of ethnicities, culture, spread across Western Europe. Therefore, each designs represent a different cultural identity.

The catalog is intended for artists re-enactors and researches alike, people who are genuinely interested in old cultures, designers, digital artists, tattooists and people inspired by the Early Middle Ages.  Slavic or Viking outfits, jewelry, furniture and leather-work. This album would be of interest to historians or art historians, art students and anybody involved in the recognition of unfamiliar beauty and ancient aesthetics.  This is an area of study that has long been neglected and unappreciated.

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Viking and SLavic Designs – Volume 1 by Igor Gorewicz

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An album of 343 authentic graphic designs in 2D. Collected mainly from the Viking Age, are not only sourced from Scandinavia, but also from Germany, Central Europe (eg Wolin) and Russia. They have been drawn from a vast selection of artifacts – hilts, crossguards, pottery, jewelry, manuscripts, bone and wood carvings etc. Each and every pattern has a date, origin, place it was found, and meaning, where possible.

All of the graphics presented in this catalog have a common denominator. All of them can be traced back to the Early Middle Ages (V-VI c.) Until the end of XII c. a fully functional entity, recognized as a property of the Middle Ages proper. During that time, a wide variety of ethnicities, culture, spread across Western Europe. Therefore, each designs represent a different cultural identity.

The catalog is intended for artists re-enactors and researches alike, people who are genuinely interested in old cultures, designers, digital artists, tattooists and people inspired by the Early Middle Ages.  Slavic or Viking outfits, jewelry, furniture and leather-work. This album would be of interest to historians or art historians, art students and anybody involved in the recognition of unfamiliar beauty and ancient aesthetics.  This is an area of study that has long been neglected and unappreciated.

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