Nathan Lowell, Author of Space Opera

Nathan Lowell, space opera author
Nathan Lowell, space opera author

From a 2012 WIRED.com interview:

Lowell is a master of getting us to care about his characters without having to resort to melodrama, and in science fiction, that is a rare feat indeed. It is also a feat which would be more difficult to achieve if an author first sought the approval of a traditional publishing firm, whose high overhead demands they follow more tried-and-true formulas.

The Solar Clipper series follows the coming of age of Ishmael Wang, who is forced to sign aboard the Lois McKendrick, a space freighter. Eighteen- year-old Ishmael had few choices. It was either the McKendrick or the marines. Deciding the marines were not for him, the newly orphaned Ishmael leaves home, such as it was, and enters adult life with little preparation and no understanding. 

Lowell’s Wang is a pool of cool water in a barren wasteland of bad male stereotypes. Ishmael Wang proves there are character arcs available to fictional male characters other than the soldier or man-child models. 

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Visit Nathan Lowell’s websites here: http://solarclipper.com/ and http://nathanlowell.com/

Check out his award-winning catalog of space fiction novels here: http://solarclipper.com/get-the-books/

A Gathering of Rebels

front cover of the science fiction novel, A Gathering of Rebels by Aeros, space fiction

EBOOK RELEASED JULY 11-12, 2014, TRADITIONAL PRINT VERSION COMING IN ABOUT A WEEK: front cover of the science fiction novel, A Gathering of Rebels by Aeros, space fictionIt’s been a long, long time coming–decades, in fact. But, finally, the prequel to the ultimate space opera epic is out. Get the eBook on Amazon and the traditional print version wherever excellent science fiction–SPACE fiction–is sold.

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They were a gathering of rebels
Thrown together, not by happenstance,
But by design and intrigue—
The Ben‑Drom’s design
And the Cadre’s intrigue—
Except for one wild radical,
One unpredictable element,
Who threatened to undermine
The efforts of all sides involved,
and all because of one small minor—
A Syrene who belonged to
None other than the Ben‑Drom.

They were a gathering of rebels,
Fighting one another and themselves
In a clash of titans.

Copyright 1994 D. L. Keur &/or F. W. Lineberry. All Rights Reserved.