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An Announcement

For those of you who’ve been wondering when I’d next have something out…

Wild Jester Press is pleased to announce that it will be publishing the next novel by English humour SF/F writer, Jonny Nexus. If Pigs Could Fly is the first book in the West Kensington Paranormal Detective Agency series, featuring offbeat paranormal investigator Ravinder “Rav” Shah.

It will be published this summer, in both trade paperback and e-book (Kindle, iBooks, Nook and Kobo) formats.

Wild Jester Press will also be publishing a new edition of Jonny’s previous, ENnie-nominated novel, Game Night.

About Jonny Nexus

Jonny Nexus began his writing career in the table-top roleplaying field, with his cult gaming webzine Critical Miss. This led to monthly columns in the roleplaying magazines Valkyrie and Signs & Portents, and the publication by Mongoose Publishing of his parody gaming guide, The Slayer’s Guide to Games Masters.

His debut novel Game Night, the tale of a dysfunctional group of roleplaying gods, was nominated/shortlisted for an ENnie award.

Further information can be found at Jonny’s website: http://www.jonnynexus.com.

About Wild Jester Press

Wild Jester Press is a new small-press publishing house based in Brighton. Its target market is genre works (science-fiction and fantasy) with a generally humorous slant.

Further information can be found at the Wild Jester Press website: http://www.wildjesterpress.com.



  1. Rob A.

    Great news, congratulations! I look forward to checking out the new book. 🙂

    • Jonny Nexus

      Thank you! I should probably point out at this point that Wild Jester is basically me. For a variety of reasons, the main ones being a) life, and b) the fact that I appear to be in a market sector regarded as an unpublishable niche, I’ve decided to set up my own imprint to publish my stuff. So I’m now wearing two hats, author on one hand, and publisher on the other.

      It’s very, very cool to hear that you’re looking forward to the book. I really appreciate you saying it, and it’s a huge encouragment.

  2. Anton

    Ooh, excellent, looking forward to the release! 🙂

    But – trade paperback size? Noooooo! All the disadvantages of both paperback and hardback, and the advantages of neither 🙁

    • Jonny (Admin)

      I know what you’re saying. Personally, I prefer a mass market paperback. But the funny thing is that with a print on demand book such as this, the economics make a trade paperback cheaper to produce – because the costs are per page, and bigger pages mean fewer pages.

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