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Josh Brown and Christa Yelich-Koth are seriously cool.  They have a successful portfolio of interesting and unique stories that are sure to capture your imagination.  When I interviewed both of them they were very down to earth and fun to chat with.  They offered great advice for aspiring creators and have put their work out there for you to enjoy.

I was fortunate in getting to know them through a book review.  Their personalities match their skills.  I highly recommend that you check out who they are and what they’ve done because you owe it to yourself.

I have links for all of Josh Brown right here!


Christa Yelich-Koth be right here!

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Interview with Josh Brown

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Josh Brown is an Author, Poet, Writer, and Overall Good Guy.  He has a HUGE resume and a lot of work out there for people to follow and enjoy.  Josh agreed to interview with me after I reviewed a book he collaborated on King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology.  In fact, his story in there was one of my favorites.  You can read the review here. 

Please enjoy this video in which Josh and I discuss the meaning of Life, the Universe, and Everything.

Also be sure to check below for links to all things Josh Brown!

    Full Name: Josh Brown

Projects You’re Currently Promoting:

Shamrock  $ free to read online
Lovecraft After Dark (“Flame of Cthulhu”)  $2.99 (kindle version)
Zen of the Dead (“The Tragedy of Dracula’s Daughter”)  $9.95 (paperback)
King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology  $2.99 (kindle)


Projects Available to the Public:

Short Stories-      
“Republic of Masks”, Dystopian Express, Hydra Publications, forthcoming forthcoming
“The View From the Attic”, Toys in the Attic: A Collection of Evil Playthings, JWK Fiction, 2015
“Binaurals”, The Martian Wave 2015, Nomadic Delirium Press, 2015
“Pirate King”, King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology, Uffda Press, 2015
Samurai: Cherry Blossoms Fall, Uffda Press, 2015 (with Alex Ness)
“The Ancient Future”, Catastrophic Discoveries: Children of Cthulhu, Uffda Press 2015
“Frozen Flame”, Hunt the Winterlands, 2011
“Arthur no Shi”, Arthur Rex Eternus, 2011
“Loyalties”, Empire of Stone, 2013
Eye of the Dagger (with Alex Ness and Marc N. Kleinhenz), 2011



“Flame of Cthulhu” (Lovecraft After Dark), JWK Fiction, 2015
“The Tragedy of Dracula’s Daughter” (Zen of the Dead), Popcorn Press, 2015
“Goblin Gardener“ (Pixies of Eglantine, Issue 3, Summer Solstice 2015)
“MacGuyver” (Poetry Quarterly, Summer 2015)
“American Hero” (Aberration Labyrinth, Issue #016 (Summer 2015))
“Saved by the Bell” (Aberration Labyrinth, Issue #016 (Summer 2015))
“Red Owl” (Aberration Labyrinth, Issue #016 (Summer 2015))
“Once a Great Warrior” (Abandoned Towers Magazine), 2009
Fanboy Haiku: Volume 1, 2011



Comics- (writer only)  
Shamrock (ongoing)
Shamrock: Origins
“The Pageant”, Horrific Tales Anthology #2, Midnight Horizon Comics, 2010
“Deal with the Devil”, IF-X #8, Hamtramck Idea Men, 2009
“Wolfsbane: Prologue”, IF-X #10 (Vol. 2. #1), Hamtramck Idea Men, 2009
“The Deer Hunter”, Negative Burn #20, Desperado Publishing, 2008
“The Garden”, Alterna Tales Anthology #4, Alterna Tales, 2008
“The Demon”, Mysterious Visions After Hours #3, Dimestore Productions, 2008  
“The Spell”, Mysterious Visions After Hours #3, Dimestore Productions, 2008  


Flash Fiction:

“The Serial Killer”, SpeckLit, 2015
“The Spell”, SpeckLit, 2015


Where Can People Find More of You?



Amazon Author Page

Publication Page





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An Exciting New Entry in the King Arthur Mythology

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King Arthur and I are friends, I’ve let myself indulge in probably too many of his tales through various types of media. When I got my hands of King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology I was excited. Have multiple perspectives and going through time in reverse was a unique and interesting concept to me.

All 13 stories had something to add and each author had their own flair. Each tale stayed true to the tragedy that is the King Arthur mythology. Being able to experience it in different time periods was exceptional. These weren’t singular tales of Arthur and his Knights of the Round, the various incarnations of Arthur and his trusted seer Merlin learned and changed. The character’s were adequately represented through their short stories as being real people with ambitions, loyalty, and love. Some of the twists inside the novel are engaging and unexpected. If it sounds vague it’s because I don’t want to spoil it.

Admittedly the tales that were closer to King Arthur’s middle ages captured my interest the most. I believe it is because the romanticism of the age and the mythology of which he and Merlin represent. Two of my favorite tales involved Arthur as a swashbuckling pirate captain and another where he was a Viking leader. Both of the scenario’s seemed true to character and contributed to his mythology.

One of the most unique tales involves Arthur as a woman in the 1900’s organizing labor. It showed a more down to earth side to the king and represented him (or her in this case) as a champion of the people. It veered away from Arthur’s combat heavy history and really focused on character development and trust.

If you are a fan of the King Arthur Mythology I highly recommend the anthology. If you are a fan of Sci-Fi and Fantasy I highly recommend the anthology as well. If your thing is romance novels and biographies…maybe steer clear. Even then, branch out, you never know what may sway your desires.

King of Ages: A King Arthur Anthology