Science fiction, fantasy, & horror - web design, graphic design, interactive media development by greententacles
GreenTentacles provides resources for people who make their living in the speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, horror) industries. Our goal is to give genre professionals and businesses the additional tools, resources, and information that they can use to succeed in their endeavors.
GreenTentacles was formed to fill a void in the speculative fiction industry. Too often companies that focus on speculative fiction have been looked on as hobbyists...
It took us over three months to settle on a name for our company. All the while we did research on our proposed industry- speculative fiction. We discovered that what we originally thought was a simple market niche, was in fact many niches that spanned several industries. A Meta-Niche.
We also discovered, at the same time, that green tentacles can be found in every genre of speculative fiction. That is why we chose the name. To illustrate this point we have created the 'Green Tentacle Sightings' area.
P.O. Box 93
Parker Ford, PA 19457
Since 1991 Nathan has been working with Computer Aided Art, from 3D design to Multimedia. He has earned a Diploma in Commercial Art, a Bachelor's degree in Fine Art and in Philosophy, as well as a certificate in Internet development. He has designed artwork for a variety of media and processes, such as stage productions, desktop publishing, and advertising specialties, as well as dynamic and interactive content for new media.
813 Porter Street
Easton, PA 18042
Ken has been a writer and editor since college. He received a degree in journalism, and worked as a reporter at a mainstream daily newspaper in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. He learned about Internet technologies on the job and later became the paper's online editor. His articles have appeared online in science fiction publications such as Science Fiction Weekly, Knights of the Dinner Table and SF Site. He has published -- and written for -- the webzine Nuketown since 1996.