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SHARKPUNK 2 is now live on Kickstarter!

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SHARKPUNK 2 is now live on Kickstarter! Please back the project and then tell all your friends to back the project too.

Thank you!

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The SHARKPUNK 2 Kickstarter launches 2 weeks today!

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The Kickstarter to fund the SF, F and WTF? anthology SHARKPUNK 2 launches two weeks today, at 12:00pm GMT* on Saturday 28th January 2017.

The Kickstarter includes various limited rewards as well as a number of Early Bird rewards that will only be available for the first week of the Kickstarter's run.

More about what those rewards are will be revealed over the next fortnight, so make sure you join...

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SHARKPUNK 2 - Coming soon to Kickstarter

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SHARKPUNK 2 - a second anthology of killer shark stories, following on from 2015's SHARKPUNK - is coming soon to Kickstarter.

The anthology features brand new SF, F and WTF? stories by master genre authors such as James Lovegrove, Gavin Smith, Gav Thorpe, Guy Haley, Sarah Peploe, Al Ewing and many, many more.

SHARKPUNK 2 also features a brand new original short story set within the world of the...

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SHARKPUNK - The Audiobook!

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Fresh from the minds of twenty-two top writers comes an anthology of killer shark stories to sate all appetites. From SF to WTF, from gritty to whimsical, these stories all have weight and depth as vast as the deep blue ocean. And now you can get it as an audiobook from Circle of Spears Productions!

This is the first release featuring all the members of Circle of Spears, which presents SHARKPUNKin...

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SHARKPUNK - a new review!

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SHARKPUNK, my first anthology as editor, has recently received a new, and very thorough review that originally appeared in Black Static #51.

In the introduction, the reviewer, Peter Tennant, says:

"In the circumstances, an anthology of shark stories might seem like a further unnecessary libel on this species’ good name, but fortunately Green casts his net wider than the archetypal killer shark...

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