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From the warm human comedy of The Four-Day Weekend to the stylish slipstream fantasy of Summerworld, the psychological twists of Welcome To The Fold, the dark underworld of Tokyo Inferno and the far-future spectacle of Flight of the Vajra, there's nothing stamped from a mold here.

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Flight of the Vajra: 'Flight Of The Vajra', Remastered, Is Now Available

The "remastered" version of "Flight Of The Vajra" is now available!

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-11-23 21:00:00 No comments


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After some delays and fribble, I'm pleased to announce the "remastered" version of Flight Of The Vajra, with new cover art and tweaked innards, under the Infinimata Press brand, is now available in both recycled-tree and recycled-electron versions.

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Welcome to the Fold: Behind The Scenes With 'Welcome To The Fold', Pt. 4: The Story

How the influences on "Welcome To The Fold" came together to form its story.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-11-18 12:00:00 No comments


In the weeks leading up to the re-release of my novel Welcome To The Fold, I'll be making a series of posts to serve as an extended introduction to the book -- its origins, its influences, its themes, its setting and characters. Enjoy.

(See all entries in this series here.)

In my previous installment in this series, I talked about the major influences on Welcome To The Fold. Here, I'm going to talk about the way those influences came together to form a story.

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Tags: Behind The Scenes: WTTF Infinimata Press


Welcome to the Fold: A Bullet To The Foot

We found a minor but unsightly formatting issue in the remaster of "Welcome To The Fold". Our bad.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-11-15 12:00:00 No comments


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We goofed. Somewhere along the way during the formatting for the print copy of Welcome To The Fold, a minor formatting error crept in involving font ligatures. This made some passages of the text look strange.

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The Best Is Yet To Come, He Said

Akira Kurosawa is reputed to have said that whenever he is asked which of his films is his favorite, he replies, "My next one." A phrase I've taken to heart.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-11-11 12:00:00 No comments


Akira Kurosawa is reputed to have said that whenever he is asked which of his films is his favorite, he replies, "My next one." A phrase I've taken to heart.

I've mentioned before how I can't bring myself to start a project if I don't feel like I could spend literally every day with it for the next umpteen months. I keep the number of likely projects in that vein as high as I can, so that when one is done I can turn to another likely candidate and set about developing it as quickly as possible. The less downtime wasted groping for what's next, the less downtime wasted, period. And in every case I can think of, the new project becomes the receptacle for everything about the just-finished one that I didn't do, or couldn't do, or chose not to do.

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Infinimata Press: Projects: Meanwhile, Back In The Workshop

Happenings at Chez Infinimata that are not current-events-related.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-11-09 21:00:00 No comments


A progress report from the week of last Tuesday.

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Flight of the Vajra: In For A Landing

The proof copy for the remastered "Flight Of The Vajra" has landed. With a big thud.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-10-30 21:00:00 No comments


Proof copy for the remastered Flight Of The Vajra went thud on the doorstep last night. No wonder it left a dent. Look at that thing. It probably stops point-blank .22s!

I'll be giving the inside the full rundown this coming weekend, but a cursory once-over tells me it's good.

I'm still amazed this thing turned into the monster it did. No, maybe not amazed; it's actually easier than it looks to write a long book these days. It's hard to write one that sustains its length, though, and I'm still dubious with myself as to whether I pulled that off here. But I'm still proud of what I ended up with.

To steal an old chestnut: "If I had more time, I would have written a shorter book."

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Flight of the Vajra: The Temptation Of The Scissors

I had to fight the urge to make changes to 'Flight Of The Vajra' in its new edition.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2020-10-22 21:00:00 No comments


What with Welcome To The Fold's remaster out of the way, I've now turned to getting Flight Of The Vajra remastered. With that came a temptation I've talked about many times before: the urge to rewrite the book, or at the least cut pieces of it that for some reason have gotten stuck in the back of my mind, like splinters under the skin. Just to shut myself up, I went back and re-read the passages in question, and found that they were nowhere nearly as terrible as I remembered. I left them in.

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