It’s never quite dark on the Street of Eyes, but the shadows there grow large, and deep. You go to find a job. There’s no telling if you’ll be coming back.
Exciting news: Frontiers now available for pre-orders on Humble Bundle!
(If you’re not interested in my video game work and just want to know more about STREET, scroll down.)
Hello there! This is the home of science-fiction author Ryan A. Span — that’s me. I get up to a lot of things, most of which you can read about in my author bio, but the lion’s share of the site is devoted to STREET, my trilogy of online cyberpunk novels.
STREET is a complete series, originally published as a web-serial from 2007 to 2013, and in print/e-book format by Gryphonwood Press. The first book, Empathy, is always online for free. The other two, Clairvoyance and Precognition, are continually serialised (also for free) at a rate of one chapter per week until we run out of chapters on 01 December. New chapters appear one minute past midnight on Mondays. Every year on 14 January, the serial run starts over from the beginning.
Of course I encourage you to buy the print or Kindle/e-book version, supporting your humble author. They’re not expensive. However, if you like the serial experience, it really comes completely free. No ads, no obligations, no bollocks.
If you’re a new visitor and want to get to STREET without any hassle, you’ll most likely want to start at the beginning. Alternatively, our Purchasing page will direct you where to go for the aforementioned Gryphonwood versions. Lastly, you can find some other STREET-related goodies in our Cool Stuff section.
Check back regularly to find new chunks of deliciousness waiting for you. You can even use our handy RSS feed to stay abreast of updates.
If you like what you read, tell your friends about STREET, and please consider leaving a review for us at Amazon, Goodreads, or elsewhere! I don’t advertise for STREET so I’m relying completely on word of mouth for this one.
Legal notice: All content on these pages is copyrighted (c) 2006-2014 by Ryan A. Span. It is displayed here free of charge, but reprinting or reuse of this content — whole or in part — is strictly prohibited.