For Immediate Release

June 15, 2011

Michael West's Cinema of Shadows Cover Art Unveiled with Limited Edition Hardcover Offer!



Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the brand new cover art by Matthew Perry created for Michael West's Cinema of Shadows, which will make Harmony, Indiana a household name with horror readers everywhere.


A pre-ordering window is now open for readers interested in a limited edition hardcover of Cinema of Shadows, which features a Matthew Perry illustration not included in the regular editon.  Only 75 numbered copies of the limited edition will be issued, at a price of just $34.95.


There is also a special pre-order offer for the regular trade paperback edition.  Both of the pre-order offers include an array of Cinema of Shadows collectibles, including a beautiful 14X20 poster of one of the interior illustrations (also by Matthew Perry), a set of 5X7 glossy art cards, bookmarks, a pair of buttons, and a magnet.  Copies can be pre-ordered in the online store at www.seventhstarpress.com and will be shipped August 1st, to ensure arrival before the book's August 7th street date.


Cinema of Shadows welcomes you to the Woodfield Movie Palace. 

 

The night the Titanic sank, it opened for business...and its builder died in his chair.   In the 1950s, there was a  fire; a balcony full of people burned to death.  And years later, when it became the scene of one of Harmony, Indiana's most notorious murders, it closed for good.  Abandoned, sealed, locked up tight...until now.

 

Tonight, Professor Geoffrey Burke and his Parapsychology students have come to the Woodfield in search of evidence, hoping to find irrefutable proof of a haunting.  Instead, they will discover that, in this theater, the terrors are not confined to the screen. 


Cinema of Shadows will ultimately be available in trade paperback, hardcover, and a variety of eBook editions.


Spook House, the next Harmony, Indiana novel from Michael West, is slated for 2012 release, with another title coming in 2013.

 

Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.bymichaelwest.com


Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.








For Immediate Release,

June 13, 2011


Seventh Star Press Acquires H. David Blalock's New Urban Fantasy Series, The Angelkiller Triad


Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the acquisition of The Angelkiller Triad, a provocative new urban fantasy series, as H. David Blalock becomes a member of the publishing company's growing family of authors.


The acquisition comes right on the heels of the addition of D.A Adams' fantasy series, The Brotherhood of Dwarves, and follows a strong run of releases that has seen titles such as Jackie Gamber's Redheart (YA fantasy) and Steven Shrewsbury's Thrall (heroic fantasy) meet with a very warm reception from reviewers and readers alike.  It is yet another strong testament to Seventh Star Press's committment to releasing quality titles exhibiting many facets of speculative fiction.

 

H. David Blalock commented on his recent partnership with SSP.  "I am excited about doing the Angelkiller series with Seventh Star, and honored to be in such talented company. I just hope I can keep up with this high-energy group!"


The first book introduces Jonah Mason, the oldest, and most experienced of the Angelkillers, an elite force in the Army of Light.  They are fighting an ancient war, one in which the Darkness achieved a great triumph long ago that has had profound influence on the fabric of life as we know it.  It is the simple answer as to why bad things happen to good people. The great battle may have been lost, but the war continues in a modern age, pitting Jonah against the Enemy in a way even he had never faced.  A provocative mixture of the supernatural and technological, Angelkiller is a very special, thought-provoking tale, one that shines forth in the upper realms of urban fantasy literature.


Based out of the Memphis area, H. David Blalock has an impressive writing career of 35 years and counting that has achieved numerous publishing credits in print and online mediums.  He is most known for his fantasy novel Ascendant (Sam's Dot Publishing), which was the basis for a twenty minute short film produced in 2010 that featured former WWE wrestler Al Snow.  The sequel to Ascendant, Emperor (Sam's Dot Publishing), was released in March of 2011.  David is also the founder of Imagicopter, an author-driven organization that creates an array of event opportunities for small press authors and artists, while also publishing the highly-regarded Imagyro magazine.


“I was a fan of H. David Blalock since I read Ascendant, which is one of the true gems in fantasy out of the small press world,” fellow Seventh Star Press author Stephen Zimmer commented.  “Angelkiller represents something that is compelling, thought-provoking, and highly relevant.  With David's mastery of narrative and character, this series is going to be a force to be reckoned with in urban fantasy.”


The projected release date window for Angelkiller is fall of 2011, in limited hardcover, trade paperback, and several eBook formats, for readers with the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, Sony eReaders, and other electronic reading devices.


Book 2, Traitor Angel, and Book 3, Doom Angel, will be released over the course of 2012 and early 2013.


Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.thrankeep.com



Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.




For Immediate Release

June 2, 2011


Seventh Star Press Proudly Announces the Acquisition of  Fantasy Author D.A. Adams' The Brotherhood of Dwarves Series


Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the addition of fantasy author D.A. Adams to its family of writers, with the acquisition of The Brotherhood of Dwarves series.


The Brotherhood of Dwarves and Red Sky at Dawn, the first and second books of the series, were originally released by Third Axe Media.  The two installments received excellent reviews, and sold very strongly on the convention circuit.  Planned for five books total, the third title in the series, The Fall of Dorkhun, will be released in its first edition by Seventh Star Press.  The series is known for its fresh approach to an iconic fantasy race, blending traditional lore with all-new twists.

 

“With their outstanding marketing and promotional campaigns, Seventh Star can provide *The Brotherhood of Dwarves* with the exposure it deserves.  I'm excited and proud to be the newest addition to their stable of talented writers, ” commented D.A. Adams, regarding his relationship with the Lexington, Kentucky-based publisher.


The Fall of Dorkhun continues the story of the dwarf Roskin.  In the newest adventure of the series, Roskin returns home to a kingdom divided by war with the ogres.  On one side, his father desires to restore peace, but on the other, Master Sondious, seeking revenge for having been crippled, seeks to escalate the offensive aggression.  Roskin and his friends make a desperate attempt to resolve the growing rift, but unknown to the dwarves, new and powerful menaces threaten to destroy the entire kingdom...


Living and working in East Tennessee, D. A. Adams is an established novelist, a farmer, a professor of English, and has contributed writing to literary as well as fine art publications.  He also maintains an active blog, entitled "The Ramblings of D. A. Adams".


“D.A. Adams is an outstanding addition to our group of authors,” fellow Seventh Star Press author Stephen Zimmer commented.  “The Brotherhood of Dwarves series is well-crafted storytelling with compelling characters, set within a richly developed fantasy setting.  It has very strong appeal to those who like character-driven stories, as well as to fans of epic fantasy.  For those who love seeing dwarves in fantasy literature, it is immensely rewarding.”


The projected release date window for The Fall of Dorkhun is late summer of 2011, in limited hardcover, trade paperback, and several eBook formats, covering owners of the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, Sony eReaders, and other electronic reading devices.


The Seventh Star Press editions of The Brotherhood of Dwarves and Red Sky at Dawn will receive trade paperback and eBook releases in late summer of 2011, with a hardcover edition of each to follow shortly afterwards.


Books four and five in The Brotherhood of Dwarves series are slated for tentative releases in late 2012 and 2013.


Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.brotherhoodofdwarves.com




Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.





For Immediate Release

March 9, 2011


Jackie Gamber's Redheart Cover Art and Illustrations Revealed




Seventh Star Press is proud to unveil the cover art and illustrations to Redheart, Book One of the Leland Dragon Series, from Mary Shelley Award winning author Jackie Gamber.



The first installment of the exciting new YA fantasy series is slated for release on April 19th.  The cover art and illustrations were created by Matthew Perry, whose artwork appears on the covers and interiors of other Seventh Star Press authors such as Steven Shrewsbury and Stephen Zimmer.


A pre-ordering window is now open for readers interested in a limited edition hardcover of Redheart, which features an illustration created especially for that version.  There is also a pre-order offer for the regular trade paperback edition.  Both of the pre-order offers include packages of bonus materials, ranging from 14X20 posters of one of the illustrations, to a set of four 5X7 glossy prints.


Redheart invites readers into the lands of Leland Province, where dragon and human societies have long dwelled side by side. Superstitions rise sharply, as a severe drought strips the land of its bounty, providing fertile ground for the darker ambitions of Fordon Blackclaw, Dragon Council Leader, who seeks to subdue humans or wipe them off the face of the land.


As the shadow of danger creeps across Leland Province, a young dragon named Kallon Redheart, who has turned his back on dragons and humans alike, comes into an unexpected friendship. Riza Diantus is a young woman whose dreams can no longer be contained by the narrow confines of her village, and when she finds herself in peril, Kallon is the only one with the power to save her. Yet to do so means he must confront his past, and embrace a future he stopped believing in.


A tale of friendship, courage, and ultimate destiny, Redheart invites readers to a wondrous journey through the Leland Dragon Series.


Redheart will ultimately be available in trade paperback, hardcover, and a variety of eBook editions.

Sela, Book Two of the series, is targeted for a third quarter release in 2011, with Book Three scheduled for mid-2012 release in all of the aforementioned formats.

 

Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.jackiegamber.com


Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.




For Immediate Release

February 22, 2011


Seventh Star Press Proudly Announces the Addition of Award-Winning Author Michael West in a Three Book Deal



Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the addition of award-winning horror author Michael West to its family of writers, with the acquisition of the novel Cinema of Shadows, and two more titles that will all have a thematic connection with the town of Harmony, Indiana.


Building upon the recent additions of Jackie Gamber, with her YA Fantasy Leland Dragon Series, and Steven Shrewsbury, with his dark-edged, heroic fantasy novel Thrall, Michael West’s Cinema of Shadows continues to demonstrate the range and quality of writing that is finding a home at Seventh Star Press.


“Seventh Star Press clearly loves its authors and has great respect for their work,” Michael said.  “Not to mention the fact that they put out some of the most exciting and beautifully crafted books in the industry.  I am thrilled to be a part of the family, and hope readers will be equally thrilled by what we have in store for them with these Harmony, Indiana novels.”


Cinema of Shadows welcomes readers to the Woodfield Movie Palace.   The night the Titanic sank, it opened for business...and its builder died in his chair.   In the 1950s, there was a fire; a balcony full of people burned to death. And years later, when it became the scene of one of Harmony, Indiana's most notorious murders, it closed for good.  Abandoned, sealed, locked up tight...until the present day.


One momentous night, Professor Geoffrey Burke and his Parapsychology students go to the Woodfield in search of evidence, hoping to find irrefutable proof of a haunting.  Instead, they discover that, in this theater, the terrors are not confined to the screen.


Michael West is a fast rising force in the horror world.  His work includes novels such as The Wide Game (Graveside Tales), and a single author collection, Skull Full of Kisses (Graveside Tales).  He also has an array of short fiction published, spanning many magazines and anthologies, including appearances in Shroud Magazine, and the Apex Science Fiction and Horror Digest.


Amanda DeBord, who is also the editor of Stephen Zimmer’s epic urban fantasy Rising Dawn Saga, will be handling editing duties on Cinema of Shadows.


“I was so excited to learn that Michael was going to be a part of the Seventh Star family,” Amanda commented.  “It's been about five years since I read my first Michael West story, but I haven't forgotten the name.  He's a fellow Midwestern writer, and really captures the atmosphere of where I grew up.  This book was creepy from the get-go, and I think everyone is going to love it."


The first edition of the book will feature cover art and additional illustrations from acclaimed fantasy/horror artist Matthew Perry.

  

The projected release date window for  Cinema of Shadows is late summer of 2011, with versions released in hardcover, trade paperback, and several eBook formats, covering owners of the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, Sony eReaders, and other compatible electronic reading devices.


The second novel, Spook House, is being planned for a summer release in 2012, with a third novel to be released in 2013.  Both titles will involve the town of Harmony, Indiana, as the location grows to become synonymous with terror in the literary world.


Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.bymichaelwest.com


Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.



For Immediate Release

November 23, 2010


Seventh Star Press Proudly Introduces Stephen Zimmer’s DREAM OF LEGENDS, Book Two of the Fires in Eden Series.





Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the release of DREAM OF LEGENDS, the second book in the epic fantasy Fires in Eden Series from Stephen Zimmer.


Now available for pre-order in limited edition hardcover and trade paperback, DREAM OF LEGENDS continues the adventures begun in CROWN OF VENGEANCE, when it was released in fall of 2009.


DREAM OF LEGENDS journeys forward with several characters from the modern world, who discover that finding themselves in the fantastical lands of Ave was just the beginning.  The assault upon the Kingdom of Saxany and the tribes of the Five Realms ignites, as the eyes of The Unifier turn southward, across the seas towards faraway Midragard.  Within this maelstrom, some find themselves on a path of discovery, to uncover powers that lie within, while others must brave perilous journeys, to seek out the things said to exist only in the faded mists of myth and legend.  Epic battles, plot twists, and new environments abound in DREAM OF LEGENDS.

 

Book Two of the Fires in Eden Series, DREAM OF LEGENDS is immersive, epic  fantasy, for those who love to explore richly developed fantasy worlds alongside an ensemble of intriguing, diverse characters.  Readers of the great epic fantasy authors such as Robert Jordan, George R.R. Martin, and J.R.R. Tolkien will find a wondrous trove of adventure, characters, and depth in this next step of the Fires in Eden series.


Working with Stephen for the first time, and taking on the editorial reins of the Fires in Eden Series to keep the dedicated yearly release schedule on course, was Karen Leet.


 "Working with Stephen has been a joy. He is totally professional about his work, meets deadlines and edits cheerfully," Karen commented.  "He makes editing easy for me, and I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know his characters, who now seem to me like actual people with genuine depth. His plotlines stride across the pages on swift, sure feet and sweep the reader along with them."

   

“Having Karen as my editor on DREAM OF LEGENDS was a wonderful experience.  She did a meticulous analysis of Crown of Vengeance to ensure full continuity of tone and style with the new book.  I am fortunate to be working with two excellent editors on my two series.  The new book is loaded with action, and there are some very big revelations in regards to the full series,” Stephen said.  “DREAM OF LEGENDS builds strongly upon the foundation set in place by Crown of Vengeance, keeping storylines tight while introducing many new and exciting elements.  I am confident that readers who enjoyed the first book are going to be elated with this new installment of the series.”


Continuing one of the most extensive collaborations between an artist and an author in the fantasy sphere, a brand new set of illustrations and cover art were created for DREAM OF LEGENDS by fantasy artist Matthew Perry.  With the two Rising Dawn Saga books and the two Fires in Eden books, a growing body of over 50 full page illustrations have been created by Matthew for Stephen’s literary work.


In addition to writing two active epic-scale fantasy series, The Rising Dawn Saga and the Fires in Eden Series, Stephen also saw his first foray into the steampunk genre published a couple of months ago with “In the Mountain Skies”, which was included in the Dreams of Steam Anthology (Editor Kimberly Richardson, Kerlak Publishing).  Stephen is also a screenwriter and director in the world of film, with a new fantasy short film on the horizon in early 2011, “Swordbearer”, which features professional wrestler Al Snow, and is based on the H. David Blalock novel Ascendant (Sam’s Dot Publishing).


By the third week of December, DREAM OF LEGENDS will be available in hardcover, trade paperback, and several eBook formats, for owners of the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, Sony eReaders, and other compatible electronic reading devices.


Already maintaining one of the most active year-round appearance schedules of any fantasy author, Stephen will be hitting the road extensively in 2011 in support of the Fires in Eden Series, the Rising Dawn Saga, and the “Swordbearer” short film.  The third book in the Rising Dawn Saga is slated for summer of 2011, and the next Fires in Eden Book for December of 2011.


Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.stephenzimmer.com


Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.


view the video trailer for Dream of Legends


For information on the limited edition and trade paperback pre-order packages, click here. 



For Immediate Release

November 5, 2010


Seventh Star Press Proudly Introduces Steven L. Shrewsbury's Thrall



Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the release of THRALL, the new heroic fantasy novel from author Steven L. Shrewsbury.


Now available for pre-order in limited edition hardcover and trade paperback, THRALL is the first published adventure of a brand new hero in fantasy literature, Gorias La Gaul.


Set in an ancient world, Thrall is gritty, dark-edged heroic fantasy in the vein of Robert E. Howard and David Gemmell.  It tells the story of Gorias La Gaul, an aging warrior who has lived for centuries battling the monstrosities of legend and lore.  It is an age when the Nephilum walk the earth, and dragons still soar through the air living or undead.  On a journey to find one of his own blood, Gorias' path crosses with familiar enemies ... some of whom not even death can hold bound. 


Having also worked with Steven on his novel Tormentor (Lachesis Publishing), Louise Bohmer served as the editor on Thrall.  "Working with Steven Shrewsbury on a novel is an enjoyable experience. Steve is a conscientious author who is easy to work with. His stories are grand adventures in imagination,” Bohmer commented. 


Steven Shrewsbury is a rising star in fantasy, with a host of published work spanning novels, magazines, anthologies, and other publications.  In addition to the release of THRALL, Steven recently saw his collaboration with Nate  Southard, BAD MAGICK, published in hardcover by Bloodletting Press.    He has two other highly-anticipated releases on the horizon. His collab novel with Peter Welmerink, BEDLAM UNLEASHED, was recently accepted by Belfire Press for an early 2011 release.  The novel HELL BILLY   is to be published by Bad Moon Books in 2012.


“Sometimes I think Steven Shrewsbury could very well be the reincarnation of Robert E. Howard, in a writing sense,” commented fellow Seventh Star Press author Stephen Zimmer.  “As a huge fan of David Gemmell and Robert E. Howard, I can say with absolute confidence that Steven Shrewsbury is exceptional at writing dark-edged heroic fantasy.  It is not an exaggeration to say that Gorias La Gaul could one day join the heroic fantasy pantheon with Conan, Druss the Legend, and other legendary fantasy figures.  I can’t wait to read more adventures with Gorias in the future.”


The Seventh Star Press editions feature cover art and additional illustrations from fantasy artist Matthew Perry.  The limited edition packages feature the artwork in a special set of 5X7 glossy prints, a set of bookmarks, and a full-sized Gorias poster that come with every pre-ordered hardcover or trade paperback.


By the first week of December, the book will be available in hardcover, trade paperback, and several eBook formats, for owners of the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, Sony eReaders, and other compatible electronic reading devices.

An extensive series of special events and signings in support of THRALL are in the planning stages, slated to begin in early 2011.


Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.stevenshrewsbury.com


Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062

Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.



view the video trailer for Thrall


For information on the limited edition and trade paperback pre-order packages, click here.


For Immediate Release

October 27, 2010


Seventh Star Press Proudly Announces the Acquisition of Award-Winning Author Jackie Gamber’s Leland Dragon Series



Seventh Star Press is proud to announce the addition of award winning author Jackie Gamber to its family of writers, with the acquisition of her YA Fantasy saga, The Leland Dragon Series.


The first book of the series, Redheart, was originally released by Meadowhawk Press, an exceptional small press publisher based in Memphis, TN, one of only four indie presses to ever win a Philip K. Dick Memorial Award (for the David Walton novel, Terminal Mind).  When Meadowhawk Press decided to close its business operations, Seventh Star Press was thrilled to have the opportunity to sign Jackie Gamber, and commit to the entire Leland Dragon Series.

 

“I'll always have a heart for indy press, and Seventh Star is the epitome of what it's about: dedication to a vision and enthusiasm for writers. Seventh Star Press is an exciting ride, and I'm thrilled they offered me a seat,” commented Jackie about coming aboard with the Lexington, Kentucky-based publisher.


A wondrous coming of age tale, Redheart tells the stories of village girl Riza Diantus, and the dragon Kallon Redheart.  Both are outcasts, struggling with the conventions of their respective societies, during an age in which tensions are high between dragons and humans.  The Leland Province teeters on the edge of war, as the Dragon Council Leader, Fordon Blackclaw, seeks to drive humans into submission, or outright destruction.  Under a blackening cloud of danger, the friendship grows between Riza and Kallon, as both face their respective destinies, embracing a host of challenges and threats, not the least of which includes regaining hope, and confronting the difficult things of one’s past.


Jackie Gamber is a versatile and prolific writer, whose work has appeared in an array of anthologies and magazines, in addition to published novels.  Among her accolades, Jackie was the winner of the 2009 Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Award for Imaginative Fiction, was named honorable mention in L. Ron Hubbard's Writers of the Future Award, and has been selected as the Editor Guest of Honor for the 2011 MidSouthCon, one of the southern United States’ premiere genre conventions.


“Jackie truly embodies the spirit of the growing family at Seventh Star Press,” fellow Seventh Star Press author Stephen Zimmer said.  “Her talent as a writer is well established, and she is a very popular, well-loved guest at conventions and events, in addition to being a dedicated educator.  She will be a fantastic ambassador for Seventh Star Press, and I know that everyone here, from our editors like Amanda Debord, to our art director Matthew Perry, to authors like myself and Steven Shrewsbury, will be fully committed to raising awareness of Jackie and her exceptional work.”


The Seventh Star Press edition will feature cover art and additional illustrations from fantasy artist Matthew Perry, whose work has been rapidly gaining attention on the convention circuit.   The projected release date window for the new edition of Redheart is late February/March of 2011, in hardcover, trade paperback, and several eBook formats, covering owners of the Kindle, the iPad, the Nook, Sony eReaders, and other electronic reading devices.


Sela, Book Two of the series, is targeted for a mid-late summer release in 2011, with Book Three scheduled for mid-2012 release in all of the aforementioned formats. 


An extensive series of special events and signings in support of the novels are in the planning stages, slated to begin in early 2011.


Updates and additional information can be obtained at the official site for Seventh Star Press, at www.seventhstarpress.com , or at the author's site at www.jackiegamber.com




Contact:  C.C. James

Public Relations, Seventh Star Press

ccjames@seventhstarpress.com

Seventh Star Press Mailing Address:

3801 Dylan Place Suite 116, #7

Lexington, Ky. 40514-1062


Seventh Star Press is a small press publisher of speculative fiction located in Lexington Kentucky.