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Infinimata Press isn't about focus groups or trends. It's about individual vision -- seeing only what one person can see, doing what only one person can do.

From the warm human comedy of The Four-Day Weekend to the stylish slipstream fantasy of Summerworld, the psychological twists of Welcome To The Fold, the dark underworld of Tokyo Inferno and the far-future spectacle of Flight of the Vajra, there's nothing stamped from a mold here.

We've got many new projects lined up for the future, and works from the past to be unearthed and added back in over time as well.

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関東地獄 Kantō Jigoku: Tokyo Inferno: 'Tokyo Inferno' Is Back In Print!

I'm pleased to announce Tokyo Inferno has been returned to print in a spiffy new edition, with remastered interiors and redesigned cover art!

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-07-30 14:00:00 No comments


I'm pleased to announce Tokyo Inferno has been returned to print in a spiffy new edition, with remastered interiors and redesigned cover art!

You can get it in recycled-electron or recycled-tree editions.

The blurb:

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関東地獄 Kantō Jigoku: Tokyo Inferno: Next And Last Steps

Sorry about the silence. It's been a busy several days, not least of all because I got back the proof copy for the new edition of "Tokyo Inferno."

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-07-27 21:00:00 No comments


Sorry about the silence. It's been a busy several days, not least of all because I got back the proof copy for the new edition of Tokyo Inferno. It looks fine save for a small issue with the spine, which I'll be fixing shortly. (My name disappears into the background; this is an easy fix.) Once that's done and I've confirmed it looks good, I should have the book approved for purchase.

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関東地獄 Kantō Jigoku: Tokyo Inferno: Infernally Yours

The remastered "Tokyo Inferno" is on its way.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-07-21 12:00:00 No comments


Yesterday I put in the order for the first proof copy for the all-new edition of Tokyo Inferno, so I should be hearing it hit my doorstep in a few days. The art in the sidebar and on the book's sales page hasn't been updated yet, but that will happen retroactively after the new edition of the book is live in both recycled-electron and recycled-tree editions.

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Infinimata Press: Projects: Take Three Stiff Drinks And Sleep For A Week

With "Unmortal"'s first draft more or less finished, I think some wind-down is in order.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-07-01 21:00:00 No comments


So saith a character to themselves in one of Heinlein's stories, as the capper to a fortnight of all-nighters. I don't drink much at all (a beer with a meal for someone's birthday is about as far as I go into a bottle of any size), but with Unmortal's first draft more or less finished, I think some wind-down is in order. And a celebration.

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Tags: Unmortal writing


Summerworld: 'Summerworld' Returns!

The remaster of "Summerworld", the first of my novels, is out at last!

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-06-29 15:00:00 No comments


I'm happy to announce Summerworld, the first book I put out under the Genji Press banner has been remastered and re-released under the Infinimata Press label. It's available through Amazon in Kindle e-book and print versions.

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Tags: Infinimata Press Summerworld


Infinimata Press: Projects: How To Cover Yourself

My fifteen-minute guide to making professional-looking self-published book covers.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-06-28 12:00:00 No comments


When I began self-publishing, one of the first rules I set for myself was to learn as much as possible from both the good and bad of the domain. A common mistake I saw in self-publishing was bad design, the first and most fatal hint of amateurism in the creator. I resolved to at least try to make my books look professional, and I find that years later I'm still refining my chops. I also found that I enjoy the process of designing my books almost as much as I do writing them.

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I've collected here some of the most important things I've learned over the years about how to make a self-published book cover look professional. Consider this article a living document; I may update it from time to time with new discoveries, freshly unearthed resources, timely insights.

(Note: All design work here is mine unless otherwise indicated. Links to original image sources are shown next to the covers.)

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Infinimata Press: Projects: Rogress Preport June 2021

The wheel turns. It grinds slowly, but exceedingly fine.

By Serdar Yegulalp on 2021-06-15 12:00:00 No comments


The wheel turns. It grinds slowly, but exceedingly fine.

This is Rumor Control; here are the facts.

All projects are listed in very rough order of estimated completion. Note that we have one new entry this time around: Charisma!

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Tags: Absolute Elsewhere Nâga Rogress Preport Shunga-Satori Unmortal future projects


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