PSA: starfrontiers.us website back at normal address

posted on Nov 16, 2015 by Tom Stephens

This is a very late announcement but the starfrontiers.us domain is back up at its correct domain name. The domain issues have been resolved. I just forgot to post an update here when it happened.

PSA: alternate address for starfrontiers.us website

posted on May 25, 2015 by Tom Stephens

Due to issues with getting the starfrontiers.us domain registered, that domain is currently inactive. However, you can still access the site by going to http://sfus.starfrontiers.info. The website will remain up at that address until they can get the domain registration figured out.

Star Frontiersman Issue 25 Available

Posted on Oct 9, 2014 by Tom Stephens

Greetings Frontiersmen!

Issue 25 of the Star Frontiersman is now available for download. This issue contains a complete and detailed adventure on a water world by Ben Gorman. One the the great aspects of this adventures is its huge underwater beastiary with dozens of creatures for the game or that you can lift for other adventures. Ben has also done a great job of providing a lot of background on underwater situations to help prepare the referee in running the game.

As usual this issue is filled with great material and great artwork so grab your copy today and we'll see you around the Frontier.

A New Site and New Management

Posted on Sept 1, 2014 by Tom Stephens


Welcome to the new Star Frontiersman web site. We have all the same great content but with a shiny new look and now separate from the DwD Studios site. Watch this space for news and updates about the magazine.

Along with the new website, we are also announcing that ownership and management of the magazine has been transferred from Bill Logan, who originally created the Star Frontiersman back in early 2007 and the co-founder of DwD Studios, which has run the magazine since late 2009, to Tom Stephens, the co-founder and senior editor of the Frontier Explorer magazine. With this change, the two Star Frontiers fan magazines come under one roof and will be run by Frontier Explorer Media.

What does this mean for the Star Frontiersman? The short answer is that we're not completely sure yet. However, we have at least one more issue ready to go that will be coming out in the very near future. In addition, we have a number of remastered Dragon articles that have yet to be published and there are still a number of the original modules that haven't been given the remastered treatment. We hope to get to all those items in the future. Also, we are completely committed to keep the magazine and remastered rules available and on-line. It defintely won't be going away.

A final project is to complete the online, wiki version of the Star Frontiersman articles on the Star Frontiers Network wiki. I started this years ago but it kind of fell by the wayside over the years. Issues 1-6 and 14 are completely on line. I'd like to see the others go up as well. If you're interested in helping out with this project let us know at editors@starfrontersman.com.

And we're still accepting submissions. If you want to submit content to the magazine, please do so. All you have to do is hit the big gold "Submit New Content" button on the left. The only change is that any submissions will go into a shared queue, to appear either in the Frontier Explorer or the Star Frontiersman as we see fit. The truth is that editing and producing a fan magazine of this size is a lot of work. We're still figuring out how to juggle both of them and do them both justice. If you're interested in helping out and getting involved, feel free to drop me a line at editors@starfrontiersman.com and let me know.

If you want to be kept abreast of new issues or other announcements, consider signing up for our newsletter mailing list. We'll use that list to send out occasional (probably less than six times a year) announcements of new issues and other news related to Star Frontiers in general. And if you had signed up for the newsletter in the past, please do so again as that old mailing list was lost in a database crash on the old site.

Whether you've traveled the spaceways of the Frontier for years or are just arriving for the first time, we hope you'll keep coming back for new adventures with both the Star Frontiersman and the Frontier Explorer. We look forward to seeing you in the spacelanes.

- Tom Stephens

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