Omni magazine’s Matt Cates wrote an article covering the most underrated science fiction books, and put THE ROOKIE at the top of the list. We’re thrilled to be included exalted works in this list including Octavia E. Butler, Tim Powers, Ted Chiang, Greg Bear and others. It’s no secret that the Galactic Football League series […]
Rock the “Killer Bunny” of the McMurdo Murderers! This jersey has customizable letters and numbers! (Your name! Your number!) These are dyed right into the fabric in a process called “dye sublimation.” With dye sublimation, the inks are fused into the fabric as opposed to sitting on top of the fabric like inkjet, screen printing or tackle twill. The process not only […]
The Sklorno are the lightning-fast, high-humping defensive backs and receivers in the Galactic Football League series. Dr. Jeremy Ellis, a huge GFL fan and CEO of the biotech company TransGenada) has designed the full, anatomically correct Sklorno, even going so far as to map and name internal organs and map out the entire nervous system. He […]
We’re thrilled to hear that Graphic Audio’s full-cast audio adaptation of THE ROOKIE has been lauded with a Booklist starred review. Booklist is the premier publication for librarians all over the United States. The review will be in the January, 2017 issue. A starred review “indicates an outstanding title of a particular genre. All starred […]
We proudly bring you the first new GFL content since THE CHAMPION. Feast your eyes (and/or ears) upon THE RIDER, GFL Novella #4, by Scott and Paul Elard Cooley, narrated by Scott Sigler. We call it a “novella,” but this is actually a full-length novel, 9 hours, 6 minutes in audiobook, and 270 pages in […]
If only NFL players like J.J. Watt (pictured above) had access to GFL tech … Blue nano-knit bandages are a huge part of the Galactic Football League series, and now it seems that this bit of science fiction might just be science fact. A team of Egyptian scientists from the Zewail City of Science and Technology claim […]
The future is now.
In the GFL, of course, this phrase means something different entirely. And don’t let the Bats see you with a laser …