New novella: “Kwasin and the Bear God”by Philip José Farmer & Christopher Paul Carey

As Meteor House and The Official PJF Home Page have now posted the table of contents for The Worlds of Philip José Farmer: Of Dust and Soul, I’m finally able to reveal that the forthcoming  novella I’ve been calling “The Bear God” here on my blog is actually titled “Kwasin and the Bear God” and that the story is based on an alternate outline fragment by Philip José Farmer to his third, as-yet-unpublished Khokarsa novel, The Song of Kwasin. I’ll be posting more behind-the-scenes details on that outline and how the story came to be in the coming weeks. But for now, know that a new 20,000-word Farmer novella featuring Hadon’s ax-swinging, trickster cousin will be heading your way soon.

Also, head on over and check out the TOC and stellar lineup of contributors to The Worlds of Philip Jose Farmer 2: Of Dust and Soul, which also includes a good number of never-before-published rarities by Phil Farmer himself.