Laser & Sword Magazine
Submitted On 2008-03-03
At Laser and Sword Magazine, we believe in heroes. We believe in high quality work and are dedicated to telling the great stories that demand to be told. We seek to revive the lost art of the serial pulp zines and episodic science fiction.
In the first issue, Editor in Chief Adam Graham introduces two new series. In the first installment of The Order of the Sword, Earth’s greatest hero, The Sword, seeks to unite all of Earth’s heroes, but will personal rivalries break the Guild of Heroes apart before its first mission? And can the Sword’s chief ally be trusted?
The second series, Rise of the Judge features dystopian action hero A. L Snyder, a favorite Graham creation that previously appeared in a story released in the anthology Light at the Edge of Darkness, as a hard luck gang leader from Boise, Idaho who gets a second chance in the Imperial Military. Will he thrive in the military or find himself in a hangman’s noose?
About the Editor in Chief
Adam Graham is a professional writer, blogger, poet and journalist with a regular column that appears on Renew America, American Daily, The Conservative Voice, Conservatown, and Red State. On Adam’s Blog, and his award nominated podcast, the Truth and Hope Report, Graham comments on U.S. society and politics.
Familiar with behind-the-scenes politics as well as candidacy, Graham penned a political satire The Screwtape Report (2005). In 2007, he released three short stories in the science fiction anthology Light at the Edge of Darkness, including one co-authored with his wife and assistant editor, Andrea Graham. This story, “Chosen of God,” features Laser and Sword dystopian action hero A L Snyder at age twenty-three.
Graham was born in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and spent his early years traveling around in a big green & brown bus! Mr. Graham graduated in 2002 with honors with an Associate of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Journalism and during that time, acted as editor-in-chief of FVCC's literary magazine. He and Andrea now reside in Boise, Idaho.
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