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New Book: Walkers with the Dawn

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Black to the Future!

Like the Langston Hughes poem from which the collection takes its name, Maurice Broaddus is not afraid of gloom nor darkness and ever reaches for the dawn.

Not one to be confined to any particular genre, Broaddus mixes folk tales, urban legends, and more with his own eclectic imagination to brings stories that span the length of history itself.

Spanning past, present, and future, the collection opens with sword and sorcery in ancient Africa, ghost stories set against the backdrop of the slave trade, and a Civil War vampire. Broaddus brings his gritty, day-to-day vision to the doorstep with his ebony take on the Arthurian legend, to fairy tales. The far-flung future is fueled for flight in the Parliament-Funkadelic universe.

As you read, you’ll ride along in the Weird West, fall under the spell of obeah, fight to survive in a post-apocalypse landscape, and battle alongside military space adventure. Walkers With the Dawn combines works first published in venues such as Weird Tales, Space & Time Magazine, and a host of anthologies, as well as introduces some stories original to this collection.

Written by: dave
Monday, April 20, 2015
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New Book: Wiseward the Wardings

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P.B. Owl returns for a second helping (forgive me, still thinking about his yummy Kitchen Witchin' book) of pagan poetry, with Wiseward the Wardings.

Like its predecessor Words of Light and Midnight, This is another micro-book of 48 pages, with 33 poems relating to the method of the craft, gods and goddesses, native American traditions, northern mysteries, sacraments and sacred mysteries, and biographical slices of life.

The author is a founding member of, and serves as a Man in Black for, the WynDragon Family in eastern Tennessee.

If you run into Owl at various events in and surrounding Tennessee, be sure to ask him to explain how his body is fueled by the flesh of the deceased.

Written by: dave
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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New Book: Kitchen Witchin'

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P.B. Owl goes back to the kitchen, and shares his best recipes, anecdotes, tips, and lists.

Kitchen Witchin': Thoughts, Tricks, and Recipes covers topics like: 

  • feeding a lot of people on a tight budget
  • kitchen etiquette
  • the kitchen witch ten commandments
  • the magic of leftovers
  • dozens of recipes
  • health and safety concerns
  • questions and answers
  • glossary of terms
  • an extensive list of reference works

P.B. Owl is a kitchen witch who knows how to prepare and serve an enchanting meal.

And the book is fun to read. There are subheadings for: 

  • Soup with Stuff in It
  • Emergency Pancake Syrup
  • Noodling Around
  • Taters Gonna Tate
  • Best Beltane Recipe and Joke, Ever
  • and many others



Written by: dave
Wednesday, February 18, 2015
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New Book: Collecting Toys

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BlackWyrm is proud to announce Marshall Mozingo's book Collecting Contemporary Toys for Fun

This color book looks at the methods and resources to help your toy collection grow and grow. 

Written by: dave
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
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BlackWyrm at GenCon

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GenCon is called "the best four days in gaming," and BlackWyrm is doing our best to help it get there.

Visit us in three different places:


  • Booth #2530
  • Author Avenue AB&AC 
  • Author Alley

We'll have several authors and new products. 


  • Bill Keyes' Widening Gyre -- steampunk and sorcery for Savage Worlds
  • Aaron Sullivan's Algernon Files 3.0 -- superheroes in a 64-color world for Mutants & Masterminds, fresh from a successful Kickstarter campaign
  • Michael Surbrook's Larger Than Life -- tall tales and legends for Hero
  • Wilson Zorn's At the Hands of an Angry God -- factions trying to build utopia, and what happens when things go wrong
  • Erasable Castle Map -- this 4-foot long castle can be used with many marker brands
  • Erasable Pirate Ship Map -- this 4-foot long ship can be used with many marker brands
  • William Levy's Hero House -- superpowered sorority sisters; what could go wrong?
  • Michael Satran's Hellbow Rune -- a fairy tale gone askew



Written by: dave
Monday, August 11, 2014
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