Christopher Walsh, author of the Gold & Steel Saga, to write for Dystopia from the Rock!

Epic Fantasy author Christopher Walsh returns to the From the Rock series in dystopia from the Rock with his new story, ‘In Dangerous Company.’

Walsh was featured heavily in the first two editions of the From the Rock series, with his stories ‘Stealing Back Freedom,’ ‘The City that Kid From Time Itself’ and ‘In Defence of Our Home, Part One’ appearing across the Sci-Fi from the Rock and Dystopia from the Rock volumes, respectfully. All are now available in one attractive collection, Legends and Tales Vol. One, collecting the first Gold & Steel Saga short stories.

Legends & Tales | Christopher Walsh

Four tales of adventure wait within these pages to take the reader into a time before the events of As Fierce as Steel. Join Lady Orangecloak and The Thieves as they stage a daring daylight protest, journey to the far reaches of Gildriad with a team of adventurers as they try to solve the mysteries of the Known World, and enter the heat of battle when the Dwarves of Dhalla are tested by a human menace.


Walsh’s new tale looks forward at a far future, where things have gone wrong.

Nineteen other authors will be joining Christopher Walsh, Lisa Daly, Jeff Slade, Michelle Churchill, Ryan Belbin, Nicole Little, Brad Dunne, David Rimmington, Heather Nolan, Gareth Mitton, Shannon Green and Ali House for the 2019 Dystopia on the Rock collection! We still have award-winning and prolific authors in the genre to announce! Who will join them? Stay tuned and Never Look Back!

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