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WordFire Press hits the road with a group of outstanding authors at numerous pop-culture shows across the country.

This year at Denver Comic Con, May 23–25, 2015, WordFire Press will be releasing three exclusive books for the first time. The books include Chemical Burn, by Quincy Allen, Enter the Janitor by Josh Vogt and Escape from Planet Pleasure from Mario Acevedo. Stop by the booth and get one of the fifty exclusive editions.

WordFIre guests for Denver Comic Con include Kevin J Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, Peter J Wacks, Quincy Allen, Josh Vogt, Mario Acevedo, DJ Butler, Dan Wells and Sarah A. Hoyt.
After Denver, come see WordFire Press at Dallas FanExpo May 29–31, 2015. With Kevin J Anderson, Peter J Wacks, Rhiannon  Paille, Josh Vogt, Quincy Allen John D. Payne. With special guests, Tor Books authors Cat Adams and Kathleen Baldwin.
Featured Book—Wild Blue U: The Cadet by Doug Beason

The Cadet, Book 1 of the Wild Blue U saga, chronicles the founding years of arduous training of America’s future leaders as they prepare to serve in such places from the jungles of Vietnam to the deserts of the Middle East. The Cadet is an accurate, historical saga of the Academy based on factual events – but populated with sympathetic, larger-than-life characters that will appeal to prospective candidates, military members, and the reading public alike.


WordFire Press just signed an agreement with Australia’s Satalyte—WordFire Press publishers Kevin J. Anderson and Rebecca Moesta—signed an agreement with Australia’s Satalyte Publishing to print and distribute their novels in Australia. The first titles will be available at Supanova Sydney June 20–21, where Anderson and Moesta are the two featured author guests.

WordFire Press books are available in electronic form worldwide, but shipping and long-distance printing issues have made it problematic and prohibitively expensive to distribute their print editions in Australia. The partnership with Australia’s Satalyte Publishing, however, will smooth the way. WordFire publisher Kevin J. Anderson says, “We’ve been discussing the possibilities with Satalyte for some time, but our upcoming appearance at Supanova is an opportunity we just can’t pass up. This partnership gets our books out to Australian and New Zealand readers, with Satalyte operating as our contact there.”

This Month’s Featured Authors
Quincy J. Allen
a cross-genre author, he has been published in multiple anthologies, magazines, and one omnibus. Chemical Burn, a finalist in the RMFW Colorado Gold Contest, is his first full novel. Jake Lasater: Blood Ties, a steampunk western fantasy novel, is due out in 2015.
He works part-time as a tech-writer by day, does book design and eBook conversions for WordFire Press by night, and lives in a cozy house in Colorado that he considers his very own sanctuary—think Batcave, but with fewer flying mammals and more sunlight.
Josh Vogt
A full-time freelance writer, Josh Vogt has been published in dozens of genre markets with work ranging from flash fiction to short stories to doorstopper novels that cover fantasy, science fiction, horror, humor, pulp, and more. He also writes for a wide variety of RPG developers such Paizo, Modiphius, and Privateer Press. His debut fantasy novel, Forge of Ashes, adds to the popular Pathfinder Tales line. WordFire Press has launched his urban fantasy series, The Cleaners, with Enter the Janitor (2015) and The Maids of Wrath (2016). You can find him at 
Mario Acevedo
 is the author of the bestselling Felix Gomez detective-vampire series from HarperCollins. His debut novel, The Nymphos of Rocky Flats, was chosen by Barnes & Noble as one of the best Paranormal Fantasy Novels of the Decade and was a finalist for a Colorado Book Award. His novel, Good Money Gone, co-authored with Richard Kilborn, won a best novel 2014 International Latino Book Award. His short fiction and essays have been published by Arte Publico Press and appeared in Modern Drunkard Monthly, Exquisite Corpse, and Now Write! Mario lives and writes in Denver, Colorado.
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