Second, McFarland has accepted my all of my drawings for Jason and the Argonauts and has begun work preparing the manuscript for print.
Third, I am pleased to announce the release of my long-delayed reprint edition of Fred W. Lucas’s classic 1898 debunking of the Zeno Narrative and the myth that Henry Sinclair sailed to America in the late 1300s. I have retitled the book The Zeno Voyage: Anatomy of a Hoax, and my edition reprints the original text along with a selection of critical reviews and the rarely seen “Notes on the Zeno Narrative and Chart” (1900) by Miller Christy, which concurs with Lucas but offers additional perspective on complications in our understanding of the Zeno map’s sources. Now you, too, can have your own copy to wave around when criticizing Henry Sinclair true believers for their near-complete ignorance of the only supposedly original document of the imaginary Sinclair voyage. Plus, I think my cover art came out nice this time.
Note: Due to the complexity of the interior layout, with footnotes, end notes, tables, and multiple languages with special characters, this one will have to stay a print book since it's a bit beyond my eBook skills to translate coherently.