Tag Archives: Wold Newton

http://pulpcrazy.com/podcast/farmerconxipanel.mp3

Paul Spiteri (panel moderator and editor of the Philip José Farmer collection, PEARLS FROM PEORIA), Christopher Paul Carey (co-author with PJF on THE SONG OF KWASIN), Win Scott Eckert (co-author with PJF on THE EVIL IN PEMBERELY HOUSE), and DANNY ADAMS (co-author with PJF on THE CITY BEYOND PLAY and DAYWORLD: A HOLE IN WEDNESDAY, also Farmer’s great-nephew) discuss working with the Science Fiction Grand Master.

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http://meteorhousepress.com (where the majority of the above works can be ordered)

http://pulpfest.com

https://www.facebook.com/paul.spiteri.37

http://cpcarey.com

http://www.winscotteckert.com/

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PulpFest 2016 – FarmerCon XI Author Readings

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Recorded at PulpFest 2016, the FarmerCon XI author readings featuring Danny Adams, Christopher Paul Carey, and Win Scott Eckert.

Danny Adams reads from his latest novel Dayworld: A Hole in Wednesday which he coauthored with Philip José Farmer.

Christopher Paul Carey reads from his new novella Blood of Ancient Opar the latest installment in Farmer’s Ancient Opar series, as well as from The Song of Kwasin which he coauthored with Farmer.

Win Scott Eckert reads from The Evil in Pemberely House which he coauthored with Farmer, and from his latest work, a chapbook, Being an Account of the Delay at Green River, Wyoming, of Phileas Fogg, World Traveler, or, the Masked Man Meets an English Gentlemen.

http://meteorhousepress.com (where all of the above works can be ordered)

http://pulpfest.com

http://pjfarmer.com

https://www.facebook.com/Madwriter

http://cpcarey.com

http://www.winscotteckert.com/

 

 

Pulp Crazy – Blood of Ancient Opar with Christopher Paul Carey

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Christopher Paul Carey joins me in discussing his latest novella, Blood of Ancient Opar. This is the latest installment of Philip José Farmer’s  Ancient Opar series and is a must read for all fans of Opar. Today (6/15/2016) is the last day to preorder the book at http://meteorhousepress.com/blood-of-ancient-opar/ and have your name in the acknowledgments. You can preorder after 6/15/2016, but it’s highly recommend you preorder now if you want to guarantee yourself a copy.

Links:

Purchase Blood of Ancient Opar: http://meteorhousepress.com/blood-of-ancient-opar/

Previous Discussions with Christopher Paul Carey on Ancient Opar: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuJQWW7HwryGrGGcaBlImOFOJpjO-xO3K

Christopher Paul Carey Website: http://cpcarey.com

Christopher Paul Carey Twitter: http://twitter.com/cpcarey

Explore the World of Lost Khokarsa: http://www.pjfarmer.com/khokarsa/khokarsa.htm

The Official Philip José Farmer Website: http://pjfarmer.com

Pulp Crazy – The Freshman by Philip José Farmer

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In this week’s episode of Pulp Crazy, I celebrate what would have been Philip José Farmer’s 98th Birthday by discussing his tale of scholarship and sorcery at Miskatonic University.

“The Freshman” is Farmer’s contribution to H. P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos that follows an elderly frosh on his eventful first day at Miskatonic University. The short story was inspired by a dream Farmer had, where he was an elderly man rushing for a fraternity at a strange university.
Links:

Read “The Freshman” in Tales of the Wold Newton Universe: http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Newton-Universe-Philip-Farmer/dp/1781163049

The Official Philip José Farmer Website: http://pjfarmer.com

Meteor House: http://meteorhousepress.com

WoldNewtonFamily.com: http://woldnewtonfamily.com

The Crossover Universe: http://www.crossoveruniverse.com/

Wold Newton Day 12/13/2015 – The Adventure of the Peerless Peer by Philip José Farmer

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Today, December 13, 2015 is the 220th anniversary of the Wold Newton event. On December 13, 1795, a meteorite struck outside the hamlet of Wold Newton in Yorkshire, England. According to Philip José Farmer, when the meteorite crashed into the countryside, two carriages were passing by. The drivers and passengers, who were already of heroic stock, were exposed to the ionization of the meteorite and were further enhanced by it.

These passengers include Sir Percy Blakeny, the Scarlet Pimpernel as well as Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth Darcy. Ancestors of Sherlock Holmes, Tarzan, Doc Savage, the Avenger, the Shadow, the Spider, and others were present as well. The passengers included several married couples, with some of the women already being pregnant at the time. Their children would later marry each other, thus the enriched genes would not become recessive. Due to the families becoming interconnected, they are referred to as one family, the Wold Newton Family.

Today also marks the day of the launch of WOLDNEWTONFAMILY.COM. A website devoted to the canonical Wold Newton Family works by Philip José Farmer and authorized continuations. Be sure to take some time and give it a peek on Wold Newton Day, it has several articles, and is a great introduction and resource to Philip José Farmer’s Wold Newton Family.

In this week’s episode, I look at a seminal Wold Newton tale, “The Adventure of the Peerless Peer” by Philip José Farmer himself. This story features Sherlock Holmes, Doctor Watson, and Tarzan, with several cameos by other pulp heroes.

Links:

Wold Newton Family.com: http://woldnewtonfamily.com

The Official Philip José Farmer Website: http://pjfarmer.com

Purchase The Adventure of the Peerless Peer on Amazon (hardcopy and ebook): http://www.amazon.com/Further-Adventures-Sherlock-Holmes-Peerless/dp/0857681206/

Purchase The Adventure of the Peerless Peer on B&N.com (paperback and ebook):  http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/further-adventures-of-sherlock-holmes-philip-jose-farmer/1100310919?ean=9780857681201

Dennis Powers’ essay: “Jungle Brothers, or, Secrets of the Jungle Lords”:  http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Articles4.htm#JUNGLE

Guest on the Lovecraft eZine Talk Show – 11/22/2015

I (Jason Aiken) was a guest on the Lovecraft eZine videochat and podcast along with Frank Schildiner. We talked with Mike Davis, Pete Rawlik, and Rick Lai about Lovecraft and Wold Newton (Philip José Farmer in particualr) related topics. We also talked about our recent writing projects. You can watch it on YouTube or listen via the podcast.
 

 
 

Pulp Crazy: The Adventures of Pat Wildman: On the Trail of the Wild Huntsman

 

http://pulpcrazy.com/podcast/127.mp3

 

Win Scott Eckert and Chuck Loridans join me in discussing the Pat Wildman series and Win’s wider body of fiction from Meteor House, Blackcoat Press, and Moonstone Books.

The Adventures of Pat Wildman Series

The Evil in Pemberely House: http://meteorhousepress.com/the-evil-in-pemberley-house/

The Scarlet Jaguar:  http://meteorhousepress.com/the-scarlet-jaguar/

The Official Adventures of Pat Wildman Website: http://pemberleyhouse.blogspot.com/

Wold Newton 101

Wold Newton Primer: http://www.thepulp.net/pulp-info/pulp-articles/wold-newton/

What Makes a Wold Newton Universe Tale?:http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2013/10/excerpt-read-the-introduction-from-tales-of-the-wold-newton-universe-edited-by-win-scott-eckert-and-christopher-paul-carey/

What is the Wold Newton Family?:http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Pulp.htm

 

Chuck’s “Daughters of Greystoke” article:http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Articles2.htm#TarzansDaughters

 

The Wold Newton Origins Series 

Is He in Hell? – http://meteorhousepress.com/the-worlds-of-philip-jose-farmer-1-protean-dimensions/ | http://www.amazon.com/The-Worlds-Philip-Jose-Farmer/dp/0615370055

The Wild Huntsman – http://meteorhousepress.com/the-worlds-of-jose-farmer-3/ | http://www.amazon.com/The-Worlds-Philip-Jose-Farmer/dp/0983746117 | http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Newton-Universe-Philip-Farmer/dp/1781163049

Wold Newton Side-Ways Stories

Nadine’s Invitation:http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen7.pdf |http://allpulp.blogspot.com/2010/12/this-tale-in-wold-newton-origins-cycle.html |http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen07.htm |http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Shadowmen-7-Femmes-Fatales/dp/1935558447

Marguerite’s Tears:http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen08.htm |http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Shadowmen-8-Agents-Provocateurs/dp/1612270506/

Violet’s Lament:http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen09.htm |http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Shadowmen-La-Vie-Noir/dp/1612271456/
The Pat Wildman Series by Win Scott Eckert:

Win Scott Eckert Bibliography with additional links to purchase: http://www.winscotteckert.com/p/bibliography.html

Meteor House: http://meteorhouse.com

The Official Philip José Farmer Website: http://pjfarmer.com

Black Coat Press: http://blackcoatpress.com

Moonstone Books:  http://www.moonstonebooks.com/shop/default.aspx

Chuck Loridans: http://www.nwlaartgallery.com/Chuck%20Loridans.htm

Pulp Crazy – Is He in Hell? by Win Scott Eckert

 

http://pulpcrazy.com/podcast/125.mp3

In this weeks episode, I’m going to be discussing “Is He In Hell?” by Win Scott Eckert. This Wold Newton Universe short story first appeared in Tales of the Shadowmen Volume 6: Grand Guignol published by Black Coat Press in December 2009. It was later revised and expanded for the definitive release in The Worlds of Philip José Farmer: Protean Dimensions, published by Meteor House in June 2010. I’ll be discussing the latter as it’s the definitive edition of the story and contains more elements tying it to Philip José Farmer’s Wold Newton Universe.

“Is He in Hell?” stars the Scarlet Pimpernel. It’s set in November 1795 and takes place largely in France and Belgium.

The story focuses on Sir Percy Blakeny, the Scarlet Pimpernel as he attempts to save the Baron de Musard from the guillotine. But…things aren’t what they seem on the surface. This is a fast paced action and espionage story, but there are definitely some elements of weird fiction present as well.

Links:
Wold Newton 101:

Wold Newton Primer: http://www.thepulp.net/pulp-info/pulp-articles/wold-newton/

What Makes a Wold Newton Universe Tale?: http://www.sfsignal.com/archives/2013/10/excerpt-read-the-introduction-from-tales-of-the-wold-newton-universe-edited-by-win-scott-eckert-and-christopher-paul-carey/

What is the Wold Newton Family?: http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Pulp.htm

The Wold Newton Origins Series by Win Scott Eckert:

Core Stories:

Is He in Hell? – http://meteorhousepress.com/the-worlds-of-philip-jose-farmer-1-protean-dimensions/ | http://www.amazon.com/The-Worlds-Philip-Jose-Farmer/dp/0615370055

The Wild Huntsman – http://meteorhousepress.com/the-worlds-of-jose-farmer-3/ | http://www.amazon.com/The-Worlds-Philip-Jose-Farmer/dp/0983746117 | http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Newton-Universe-Philip-Farmer/dp/1781163049

Tie-ins:

Nadine’s Invitation: http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen7.pdf | http://allpulp.blogspot.com/2010/12/this-tale-in-wold-newton-origins-cycle.html | http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen07.htm | http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Shadowmen-7-Femmes-Fatales/dp/1935558447

Marguerite’s Tears: http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen08.htm | http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Shadowmen-8-Agents-Provocateurs/dp/1612270506/

Violet’s Lament: http://www.blackcoatpress.com/talesshadowmen09.htm | http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Shadowmen-La-Vie-Noir/dp/1612271456/
The Pat Wildman Series by Win Scott Eckert:

The Evil in Pembrely House (paperback) (co-authored with Farmer) -http://meteorhousepress.com/the-evil-in-pemberley-house/

The Scarlet Jaguar (ebook and new hardcover up for preorder) – http://meteorhousepress.com/the-scarlet-jaguar/
Win Scott Eckert’s website: http://www.winscotteckert.com/

Meteor House: http://meteorhousepress.com/

The Official Philip José Farmer Website: http://pjfarmer.com/

Pulp Crazy – The Farmerian Tarzan

http://pulpcrazy.com/podcast/124.mp3

In this week’s episode Chris and Chuck discuss the Farmerian Tarzan, focusing on Philip José Farmer’s official Tarzan projects, Tarzan Alive and The Dark Heart of Time: A Tarzan Novel. Farmer was a lifelong Tarzan fan, and while Tarzan Alive is often spoken of, The Dark Heart of Time seems to be neglected. The Dark Heart of Time also gets a bad rap for having extraterrestrial science fiction elements, but as it turns out, that’s just Farmer going over most of our heads. In this episode Chris explains that Farmer was actually pulling from preexisting African folk lore and mythology, not just throwing in science fiction elements.

I decided to split our conversation right when Chuck began talking about Thomas Yeates’ comic series Tarzan: The Beckoning as Chuck goes into a little bit of Farmer territory here. Chuck then talks briefly about the Hal Foster comic strips, before we move on to discussing Farmer’s Tarzan and how much of a Burroughs fan Farmer was.

Links:

The Official Philip José Farmer Website: http://pjfarmer.com

Meteor House: http://meteorhousepress.com

The International Philip José Farmer Bibliography: http://rnuninga.home.xs4all.nl/

Christopher Paul Carey’s Website: http://cpcarey.com

Hadon of Ancient Opar by Philip Jose Farmer: http://www.amazon.com/Hadon-Ancient-Opar-Khokarsa-Prehistory/dp/1781162956/

Flight to Opar – Restored Edition by Philip Jose Farmer: http://meteorhousepress.com/flight-to-opar/
Hadon, King of Opar by Christopher Paul Carey: http://meteorhousepress.com/hadon-king-of-opar/

Exiles of Kho by Christopher Paul Carey: http://meteorhousepress.com/exiles-of-kho-now-in-hardcover/

Chuck Loridans: http://www.nwlaartgallery.com/Chuck%20Loridans.htm

Chuck’s “Daughters of Greystoke” article: http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Articles2.htm#TarzansDaughters

Edgar Rice Burroughs Website: http://www.edgarriceburroughs.com/

Tarzan.com: http://www.tarzan.com/all/

ERBZine: http://erbzine.com/

ERBList: http://erblist.com/

Burroughs Bibliophiles: http://www.burroughsbibliophiles.com/

Pulp Crazy – Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan

http://pulpcrazy.com/podcast/123.mp3

This is a special episode of Pulp Crazy for two reasons. The first is that it’s going up on Edgar Rice Burroughs’ birthday, September 1st. The second, is that I’m joined by two special guests Christopher Paul Carey and Chuck Loridans. We’re going to be discussing Edgar Rice Burroughs’ Tarzan. These two are huge Burroughs and Tarzan fans and they cover a lot of ground from the books to other media that they feel captures or in part captures the spirit of the original Burroughs character.

There is also some talk about H. Rider Haggard’s influence on Burroughs, and a bit about how the style and framing sequence of the original Burroughs novels influenced Philip Jose Farmer when he came up with the concept for his biography of Tarzan, Tarzan: Alive. I enjoyed listening to these two go back and forth about Tarzan and ERB this past weekend. We recorded this episode without realizing it was Burroughs’ birthday coming out. So it’s a happy coincidence.

Links:

Edgar Rice Burroughs Website: http://www.edgarriceburroughs.com/

Tarzan.com: http://www.tarzan.com/all/

ERBZine: http://erbzine.com/

ERBList: http://erblist.com/

Burroughs Bibliophiles: http://www.burroughsbibliophiles.com/

Christopher Paul Carey’s Website: http://cpcarey.com

Hadon of Ancient Opar by Philip Jose Farmer: http://www.amazon.com/Hadon-Ancient-Opar-Khokarsa-Prehistory/dp/1781162956/

Flight to Opar – Restored Edition by Philip Jose Farmer: http://meteorhousepress.com/flight-to-opar/
Hadon, King of Opar by Christopher Paul Carey: http://meteorhousepress.com/hadon-king-of-opar/

Exiles of Kho by Christopher Paul Carey: http://meteorhousepress.com/exiles-of-kho-now-in-hardcover/

Chuck Loridans: http://www.nwlaartgallery.com/Chuck%20Loridans.htm

Chuck’s “Daughters of Greystoke” article: http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Articles2.htm#TarzansDaughters