Archive | May, 2013

Review from Oblio

JIMMY STU LIVES! By Kent McDaniel. Penumbra Publishing. 2012. Cover by Joe Staton. Jimmy Stu Sloan is a succesful preacher who has a thriving mega church and a loyal flock of believers. But all is not well with the reverend. He has health problems and isn’t as strong of a believer as most of his […]

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Artist Robert E. Gilbert (REG)

Robert E. Gilbert, who signed his work REG, was arguably the most prolific and popular illustrator of SF fanzines in the 1960s. His covers and interior illos were nearly ubiquitous, particularly in midwestern and southern zines. They appeared everywhere from popular regional zines like Iscariot, Maelstrom, and Double Bill to Hugo-nominated zines like Yandro and […]

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Review from Midwest Book Review

Midwest Book Review recently printed a a short (but kind) review of my novel, Jimmy Stu Lives!. It reads as follows: Jimmy Stu Lives! Kent McDaniel Penumbra Publishing $9.99, http://www.amazon.com The words of faith are easy to skew to corruption. Jimmy Stu Lives! is a novel following a twenty-first century preacher who awakens in the […]

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