The New Hero: Vol. 1

Older than the written word and more popular than ever today, the hero story crosses cultures as an eternal constant. The New Hero gathers an unexpected team of writers, celebrated and emerging, to deliver fourteen thrilling and distinctive variations on this classic theme. Their new heroes span the spectrum from post-apocalyptic seer to post-traumatic arm-twister, from outcast vampire to steam-age avenger, from two-fisted aviator to rabbi pirate. Join us as selfhood is tested, obstacles shattered, and disorder vanquished.

Bending genres and crossing boundaries are:

Maurice BROADDUS • Monte COOK • Richard DANSKY
Graeme DAVIS  •  Julia Bond ELLINGBOE  •  Peter FREEMAN
Ed GREENWOOD  •  Kenneth HITE  • Adam MAREK
Johnny NEXUS  •  Jeff TIDBALL  •  Monica VALENTINELLI
Kyla WARD  •  Chuck WENDIG

Pub Date:    11 April 2013
ISBN-13:     9781908983008
Price:           £8.99
Format:      B Format – 198x129mm
Binding:     Paperback
Extent:       280 pages
ebook:        Included

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  1. [...] who first debuted in modern-day noir story called “Fangs and Formaldehyde” for the New Hero anthology through Stone Skin Press. This story was completed a little over two years ago and was [...]

  2. [...] The New Hero is a two-volume collection based around the idea of the iconic hero. Distinct from the dramatic hero whose story is a journey, the iconic hero stands firm in what he (or she) is, bringing order to an imperfect world. Think Conan rather than Frodo, or Batman rather than Luke Skywalker. My story “Against the Air Pirates” is a tribute to the airpulp sub-genre: I pitched it a “Disney’s Tale Spin written by Robert E. Howard.” I am, and have always been, a vintage plane geek. [...]

  3. […] reading of ‘Cursebreaker: The Jikininki and the Japanese Jurist’ in The New Hero should be accompanied by fine sencha; that is, a Japanese green tea. The best teas in Japan come […]

  4. […] Welcome to another installment of Stone Skin on the Rocks, our weekly column where our authors provide a liquid pairing suggestion for their short fiction. This week brings us one substantial entry followed by a quick bump of liquid bliss. First up is the inimitable Ed Greenwood, whom you can find on both his website and facebook, in addition to the pages of The New Hero: […]

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