Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #59 Megan Arkenberg et al.
Issue #59 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Megan Arkenberg and David G. Blake. … More
Lord of the White Hell Book One Ginn Hale
Lord of the White Hell is the huge new novel in two parts from cult favorite Ginn Hale.
Book Two will be published on Tuesday February, 1. On March 8th, Weightless will start serializing Ginn Hale’s huge new novel,… More
Shadow Man Melissa Scott
October 2009: 9781590212424 • 312 pp • trade paper/ebook
In the far future, human culture has developed five distinctive genders due to the effects of a drug easing sickness from faster-than-light … More
Zombies: The Recent Dead Paula Guran
You can’t kill the dead! Like any good monster, the zombie has proven to be ever-evolving, monumentally mutable, and open to seemingly endless imaginative interpretations: the thralls of voodoo sorcerers,… More
People of the Book: A Decade of Jewish Science Fiction & Fantasy Sean Wallace et al.
From Sholom Aleichem to Avram Davidson, Isaac Bashevis Singer to Tony Kushner, the Jewish literary tradition has always been one rich in the supernatural and the fantastic. In these pages, gathered from the best short… More
Running with the Pack Ekaterina Sedia
Remember the werewolves of classic stories and films, those bloodthirsty monsters that transformed under the full moon, reminding us of the terrible nature that lives within all of us? Today’s werewolves are much… More
The Secret History of Moscow Ekaterina Sedia
Every city contains secret places. Moscow in the tumultuous 1990s is no different, its citizens seeking safety in a world below the streets — a dark, cavernous world of magic, weeping trees, and albino jackdaws, where… More
The Alchemy of Stone Ekaterina Sedia
Mattie, an intelligent automaton skilled in the use of alchemy, finds herself caught in the middle of a conflict between gargoyles, the Mechanics, and the Alchemists. With the old order quickly giving way to the new,… More
A girl who eats dreams, a woman who chooses the apes, and a barbarian hero rendered as a collage. These are just a few of the people readers first met online thanks to the explosion of webzines. Ellen Datlow, editor of Omni… More
Federations John Joseph Adams
From Star Trek to Star Wars, from Dune to Foundation, science fiction has a rich history of exploring the idea of vast intergalactic societies, and the challenges facing those living in or trying to manage such societies.… More
The Hugo Award Showcase Mary Robinette Kowal
Each year, members of the World Science Fiction Convention vote for the science fiction and fantasy works they love the most: the Hugo Awards. Now, for the first time in more than a decade, you can find these treasured … More
Sleeping Helena Erzebet Yellowboy
Orphaned at birth, Helena receives eight gifts from eight extraordinary aunts. Her gifts make her beautiful, intelligent, talented—as well as headstrong, temperamental, and bound to fulfill a destiny that involves… More
The House of Discarded Dreams Ekaterina Sedia
A young college student, Vimbai moves into a dilapidated house in the dunes and discovers that one of her new roommates has a pocket universe instead of hair, there’s a psychic energy baby living in the telephone wires,… More
January 2010: 9781590211755 • 232 pp • trade paper/ebook
The Uncommon Sense of the Immortal Mullah Nasruddin .
Once, when young Nasruddin was acting up in class by distracting his classmates with endless antics,… More
The Return of the Sorcerer Clark Ashton Smith
Selected carefully by well-respected editor Robert Weinberg and with an introduction by award-winning author Gene Wolfe, The Return of the Sorcerer: The Best of Clark Ashton Smith offers both readers and scholars… More