Loom is GPP's foray into fiction publishing, with Canadian author Rebecca Bradley's book Cadon, Hunter as the first release.

Rebecca Bradley's bio:

Rebecca Bradley, born in Vancouver and raised mostly in Calgary, started a round-the-world trip in the 1970s that lasted twenty-odd years and gained her a family, a Ph.D. in Archaeology from Cambridge, much experience grubbing around in the Nile Valley, and a lifetime of entertaining things and places to write about.

In the meantime, she wrote the Gil Trilogy (fantasy), Temutma (horror, coauthored with Stewart Sloan), The Lateral Truth, and a slew of short stories for anthologies and her own collections. Her work has been presented on radio on the CBC in Canada, RTHK in Hong Kong, and in translation in Germany.

Rebecca now lives in thrall to cats and chickens on an acreage in British Columbia, and writes a blog for the Skeptic Ink Network.

Cadon, Hunter:

In an era when Stone Age tribes share the world with the earliest civilizations, a young nomadic hunter accidentally brings doom upon his people, and a curse upon himself. Seeking to lift the curse, he and a few other survivors must leave the forest and journey to the greatest city of all, where they face strange new dangers, mazes of conspiracy and deception, and many puzzling breeds of savage. Rebecca Bradley, author of the Gil Trilogy and The Lateral Truth, brings both her fantasy chops and her archaeological experience to this intriguing tale of the ancient world.

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