Pilot Johannes Göransson
PILOT (“JOHANN THE CAROUSEL HORSE”) is an assemblage, a book of nursery rhymes gone wrong in translation. Its strange characters, abandoned from other texts, include Lilja, the Pearls of Stockholm and… More
Changing Lily Hoang
PEN/Beyond Margins Award
“Read this book. It will stretch you.” —The Collagist
At once a fairy tale, a fortune, and a translation told through the I Ching, Vietnamese-American author Lily Hoang’s… More
Whitework McWaters Ashley
The poems in WHITEWORK, Ashley McWaters’ debut collection, explore sewing as synecdoche for the whole of women’s work, particularly the creative work traditionally deemed acceptable for women. Braiding… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #50 Marie Brennan et al.
Issue #50 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Marie Brennan and Liz Coleman.… More
The Enchanters vs. Sprawlburg Springs Brian Costello
“With this book, Brian Costello has done the nearly impossible: He’s managed to document the secret world of a rock n’ roll band in hilarious, satirical detail. The Enchanters… is as important as Moby Dick:… More
Carmen Dog Carol EmshwillerChapter 1 "A rollicking outre satire.... full of comic leaps and absurdist genius." -- Bitch magazine
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #49 Erin Cashier et al.
Issue #49 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Erin Cashier and Rachael Acks.… More
Feral Machines Ginn Hale
When the interstellar wildlife sanctuary Casaverde is quarantined due to an mysterious outbreak of malaria, Andrew Salazar must turn to military surplus synthetic life-forms to help him in his work as warden.
But … More
Meeks Julia Holmes
Read an excerpt from Meeks at The Collagist.
“A highly imaginative debut finds a stark Darwinian logic in a rigidly hierarchical society. . . . Holmes has fashioned a terrifying and utterly … More
Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 47 Catherynne M. Valente et al.
The August 2010 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.
This issue features fiction by Catherynne M. Valente (“Thirteen Ways of Looking at Space/Time”) and Julia M Sidorova (“Messenger”) , a group… More