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BIOGRAPHY: Luther Siler lives in Northern Indiana with his wife and son and an assortment of pets. He writes about space gnomes and Mars.
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August 15, 2022: the Tycho, the most advanced interplanetary craft ever designed by the human race, launches from Earth on an expedition to Mars. The Tycho carries four passengers, soon to be the most famous people in human history.
February 19, 2023: The Tycho loses all communication with Earth while orbiting Mars. After weeks of determined attempts to reestablish contact, the Tycho is declared lost.
2027: Journalist Gabriel Southern receives a message from a mysterious caller: “Mars.” Ezekiel ben Zahav isn’t talking, but he wants Southern to accompany him for something– and he’s dangling enough money under his nose to make any amount of hardship worth it.
SKYLIGHTS is the story of the second human expedition to Mars. Their mission: to find out what happened to the first.
Troll evictions! Dwarf pirates! Daring rescues! Angry gods! Impossible technology! Oversized bars! Pissed-off ogres! Disrespectful spaceships! All this and a mild disregard for proper wound treatment!
THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES, VOL. 1 is a novella-length collection of six short stories set in a common universe. Combining elements of space opera-style science fiction and high fantasy, THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES tell the adventures of Brazel, Rhundi, and Grond, a gnome/halfogre team of smugglers.
THE PLANET IT’S FARTHEST FROM: A simple job in a saloon goes poorly for Brazel.
THE CLOSET: Brazel and Grond are hired to teach someone why gambling can be a bad idea.
YANK: Dwarven pirates. ‘Nuff said.
REMEMBER: Brazel and Grond are hired by one of the galaxy’s most powerful people for a suspiciously easy job.
THE CONTRACT: Rhundi tries to get through a simple business negotiation without anyone being shot.
THE SIGIL: Brazel and Grond encounter something horrifying on a frozen rock in the middle of nowhere.
“Go rob that train.” Nice, normal. An everyday heist.
But nothing is ever normal for Brazel, Grond and Rhundi.
A simple act of motorized larceny quickly explodes into a galaxy-spanning adventure for the two thieves. Blade-wielding elves, a fast-moving global war, a secret outlaw space city, incomprehensible insectoids and one impossibly lucky human are just the start of their problems. And that’s before they learn that someone from Grond’s past has gotten the Benevolence involved…
What is happening on the ogrespace moon Khkk?
Who are the Noble Opposition?
And what is the secret of THE SANCTUM OF THE SPHERE?
Space gnomes! Halfogre chess masters! Adolescent amateur smugglers and angry dwarves with horns! TALES, Volume 3 of Luther M. Siler’s THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES, returns the series to its short-story roots. Featuring eight all-new stories set in a universe sure to appeal to fans of both fantasy and science fiction, TALES expands the Benevolence Archives with stories of events set from the early days of our heroes’ careers to just after the events of THE SANCTUM OF THE SPHERE.
Luther M. Siler’s long-awaited book about teaching, SEARCHING FOR MALUMBA collects nearly 150 of the best of his essays and blog posts from 15 years of writing about American urban education. Alternately hilarious, sad, furious, horrifying, and touching, as well as frequently profane, Siler’s writings shed a light on the reality of teaching in America’s urban schools during the reign of the No Child Left Behind Act and the rise of standardized testing. Available as an ebook and in print.
A last stand against ultimate evil. A refugee from outside of time. A corrupt governor and a graveyard of wronged spirits. A technological breakthrough that could change human culture forever, or end it entirely. An executioner listening to a genocidaire’s final statement. And a door, hanging in the air, a door that must never be opened. These and other tales await you within BALREMESH AND OTHER STORIES, a novella-sized collection of short stories and microfictions in the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres.
THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES, VOL. 1: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00K95SBGG
THE SANCTUM OF THE SPHERE: THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES, VOL. 2: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TNTM2NC
TALES: THE BENEVOLENCE ARCHIVES, VOL. 3:
SEARCHING FOR MALUMBA: WHY TEACHING IS TERRIBLE… AND WHY WE DO IT ANYWAY: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B014ZF618U
BALREMESH AND OTHER STORIES: