Part 8, The Silent City Ginn Hale
The Rifter is a ten-part serialized novel by award-winning author, Ginn Hale. The first episode, The Shattered Gates, was published on March 8, 2011. Further installments will be published on the second Tuesday… More
After the Apocalypse Maureen F. McHugh
The apocalypse was yesterday. These stories are today.
ODD? Ann & Jeff VanderMeer et al.
ODD? is a new anthology series devoted to eclectic fiction, usually with a fantastical, horrific, magic realist, or surrealist approach. You might also call it strange or even weird. But as the subtitle of “Is… More
Innsmouth Magazine: 1 Year Subscription Silvia Moreno-Garcia
This esubscription is for 12 months/3 issues of Innsmouth Magazine in the format of your choice beginning with the current issue.
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Once you subscribe a link is emailed to you. Click on the link (or paste it… More
The Honey Month Amal El-Mohtar
Amal El-Mohtar’s The Honey Month, with an introduction by Danielle Sucher, ranks among the year’s most exquisite treasures.
This beautiful volume of short fictions and poems takes as its inspiration the … More
Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 61 Ken Liu et al.
The October 2011 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.
Our fifth anniversary issue features fiction by Ken Liu (“Staying Behind”), Erik Amundsen (“Pony”) and Catherynne M. Valente (Part 1 of… More
Electric Velocipede issue #23 John Klima et al.
Hugo-Award winning Electric Velocipede #23 features stories about genius artists who create new religions, steampunk warriors fighting in Egypt, wizard… More
To the Stars — and Beyond Robert Reginald et al.
In Damien Broderick’s haunting tale, “The Meek,” the survivors of humanity’s drive toward racial suicide must pay an awful price for their continued survival. John Glasby’s “Innsmouth Bane” tells… More
New Cthulhu: The Recent Weird Paula Guran et al.
For more than eighty years H.P. Lovecraft has inspired writers of supernatural fiction, artists, musicians, filmmakers, and gaming. His themes of cosmic indifference, the utter insignificance of humankind, minds… More
Thief of Lives Lucy Susse
Thief of Lives by Lucy Sussex
Paperback ﾥ 120pp ﾥ RRP AUS$18
Cover design by Amanda Rainey
Published July 2011
Available in Ebook
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Lightspeed Magazine Issue 17 John Joseph Adams et al.
Every month Lightspeed Magazine features all kinds of science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft sf, to far-future, star-spanning hard sf, and anything and everything in between:
We welcome back author… More
Apex Magazine – Issue 29 Catherynne M. Valente et al.
The October 2011 issue of Apex Magazine.
This issue features fiction by Shira Lipkin (“I Am Thinking of You in the Places Between”), Heather McDougal (“To the Mistress of the Labyrinth Give Honey”),… More
A New Shakespearean Poem? Sarah Smith
A modern annotated text and transcription of Edward de Vere’s “The Paine of Pleasure” edited and with an introduction by Sarah Smith.
Mystery writer finds Shakespeare poem.
In an obscure old volume… More
Something Wicked Issue 14 (October 2011) Joe Vaz et al.
Here we are, another month, another issue.
So let me not waste any time. Our Oct 2011 issue is once again packed with original fiction starting with our cover story, beautifully illustrated by Hendrik Gericke, “The… More
Innsmouth Magazine: Issue 8 Silvia Moreno-Garcia et al.
This issue contains six tales of horror, ranging from a snowy, apocalyptic end of the world to an ancient secret hidden in the scorching desert:… More
Wilde Stories 2011: Best Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman, editor
Celebrate a decade of gay speculative fiction with Wilde Stories 2011!
This expanded volume from Lethe Press brings stories of undead lovers, stranded astronauts, ghosts and phantom reflections, men lost in an inhospitable… More