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Big congrats to all involved with the Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild, the winner of the Pulp Factory Award for Best Anthology tonight at the Windy City Pulp and Paper con. It was an honor to be part of this award-winning book that was published by Pro Se Productions. 


Learn more about the Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild book HERE.

From Pro Se Productions about the win: Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild wins the Pulp Factory Award for Best Anthology! Congratulations to Pro Se Productions, all the writers, and especially Aubrey Stephens for creating the concept. And Stuart Bergman, the person who sparked the whole discussion that led to this book, you were remembered and you are missed, Shorty.
 
Congratulations to all involved.
 
Bobby

TALES OF THE INTERSTELLAR BARTENDERS GUILD A pulpy sci-fi anthology

 

2019 PULP FACTORY AWARD WINNER - BEST ANTHOLOGY

 

 

BELLY UP TO THE BAR FOR SCIENCE FICTION THRILLS-‘TALES OF THE INTERSTELLAR BARTENDERS GUILD’ DEBUTS!

 

The Future. Humanity has spread through the galaxy, along with innumerable other races and creatures. In the thousands of solar systems that men have reached you’ll find monarchies, dictatorships, anarchies, utopia, dystopia, and utter chaos. But one slightly stumbling thread weaves through every world, every society– The Interstellar Bartenders Guild.As man took the leap out it seems that bartenders had something to do with it. These are stories of how they provided the shove for said leap. There are fistfights, love and lust, exotic bars, drunks, and a Guild Master with a mystery. Most of all you’ll find people- good, bad, lost, found, and somewhere in the middle. Mankind has grasped the stars but the problems that have been around since a thousand year ago are still with them a thousand years from now. Good thing they have the Bartenders of the Guild to help them solve their problems. Sometimes you run into people who change your life for the best even while at their worst, regardless of what star you are circling. Those people are called Bartenders.TALES OF THE INTERSTELLAR BARTENDERS GUILD. From Pro Se Productions.

 

Tales of the Interstellar Bartenders Guild features stories by authors Aubrey Stephens, Morgan McKay, H. Blalock, Dale Kesterson, Kimberly Richardson, R. L. Jones, Herika Raymer, J. H. Fleming, Tommy Hancock, Bobby Nash, Robert J. Krog, Terry Alexander, and Phillip Drayer Duncan.

 

TALES OF THE INTERSTELLAR BARTENDERS GUILD is now available for purchase at the following:

Amazon US (paperback)

Amazon UK (paperback)

Amazon CA (paperback)

Amazon US (ebook)

Amazon UK (ebook)

Amazon CA (ebook)

You can also read this title for FREE with your Kindle Unlimited subscription.

 

Bobby's story in this anthology collection is called Ol' Jake. Ol’ Jake was not unique in the galaxy. Stop by any bar at any of the planets along the galactic arm the locals referred to as the Antares Beltway and you’ll find Ol’ Jake there. He’ll be the one behind the bar, slinging drinks and entertaining the guests. He might not always look the same-- and sometimes he might actually be a she or an it depending on your destination-- but at the core, each and every one of them is ‘Ol Jake. Ol’ Jake was an android barkeep and this is his story. Well, one of them at least.