Seattle, Washington (PressExposure) November 29, 2007 -- Adventure Books of Seattle, the 'Small Press from the Great Northwest', recently released the first issue of their hard science-fiction print magazine, 'Escape Velocity'. Managing editors are Robert Blevins (Seattle) and Geoff Nelder (Great Britain).
Twenty short stories, several future-science articles, photo features, and film reviews are included in Issue One, including an interview with famous sci-fi author and lecturer Jon Courtenay Grimwood.
This issue's articles include 'Eight Likely and Unlikely Ways Life on Earth Could End', 'The Home of the Future', 'Pictures From Apollo 11 You Probably Haven't Seen', review of Criterion Video's restoration of the famous cult sci-fi film 'Robinson Crusoe on Mars, and other features.
'Escape Velocity' concentrates on hard science fiction only (no fantasy) and is open for submissions from authors around the globe. They occasionally accept full-page ads, if the item or service would be of interest to science fiction readers, and they provide all graphics and design for any advertisements.
Adventure Books of Seattle was named a 'recommended resource for science fiction' in 2005 and 2007 by Writers' Digest.