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Wizards of the Coast Releases Dungeons and Dragons Backlist In New PDF Library

First announced at Gen Con 2012, Wizards of the Coast is making good a promise to release its backlist of products as PDF’s for download and even printing (some titles).

From Wizards of the Coast: 

Today, Wizards of the Coast together with DriveThruRPG, is thrilled to announce the official launch of Dungeons & Dragons Classics, a new online PDF store containing classic content from every edition of D&D, including fan-favorite supplement materials and iconic adventures. A one-stop-shop for classic D&D content, DnDClassics.com offers an easy way to access and download favorite titles electronically by computer, mobile phone, or tablet (including iPads).

How does it work? It’s easy! Simply create an account* and instantly gain access to a wealth of D&D titles.  There are 80 titles available at launch, with smaller batches of additional titles being released on a rolling basis starting in early February.  Favorite titles can be downloaded to an online Library or saved to a “Wish List” for purchase later. Most titles can also be printed. Settings can also be customized and users can opt to get email alerts whenever favorite publishers or topics get new items (*Users can also sign-in using their DriveThruRPG.com or RPGNow.com login).

All right, who wants to roll some new characters, DL a copy of Temple of Elemental Evil and get our game on?

Paul?  Karen?  I’m looking at you…

The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 170): Your Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Websites, Publishers, Podcasts, Book Bloggers and Comics

In episode 170 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester recaps your favorite SF&F:

  • Podcasts
  • Book Bloggers
  • News Websites
  • Publishers
  • Comics

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TOC: International Speculative Fiction #2

International Speculative Fiction has posted the contents of its second issue:

  • Nassau Hedron – “Siren Songs in Deep Time”
  • Lavie Tidhar – “Aphrodisia”
  • Ken Liu – “Single-Bit Error”
  • Cristian Tamas interviews Rachel Haywood Ferreira

This issue features cover art by Tomasz Maronski.