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
Whispers in Darkness: Lovecraftian Erotica J. Blackmore (Editor) et al.
Strange! Electrifying! Sexy! Eldritch?
Explore the new and exciting world of Lovecraft-based erotica in Whispers in Darkness, a new collection from Circlet Press. This cyclopean collection features eight new stories… More
On Spec Magazine – Fall 2011 #86 vol 23 no 3 Diane L. Walton et al.
The Fall 2011 issue of On Spec Magazine.
This issue features short stories by A. A. Hernandez (“The Silent Machete”), Carolyn Watson (“The Rook and the Web”), Andrew Barton (“You Source… More
Electric Velocipede issue #21/22 John Klima et al.
Electric Velocipede is where the stories that don
Electric Velocipede is where the stories that don’t fit in anywhere else go. Slipstream, speculative, new weird, call it what you like, it’s here. This… 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
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
The Abode of Bliss: Ten Stories for Adam Alex Jeffers
Explaining himself to himself and to the man he loves, Ziya tells Adam the stories of his life:
A bilingual childhood and youth in cosmopolitan Istanbul, city of the world’s desire, and the Aegean resort of Bodrum.… More
Bear Like Me Jonathan Cohen
Fired from his job at Phag Magazine, Peter Mallory has to find a way to make a living—and get revenge! When his best friend suggests writing a book about the bear community—and using his new ursine look to go undercover… More
A History of Barbed Wire Jeff Mann
Winner of the 2006 Lambda Literary Award.
In intense, lyrical language, Jeff Mann’s short stories give us an array of tormented characters: adulterous lovers, a kidnapper and his handsome victim, the sadistic… More
Tomorrow E. C. Tubb
Three men had broken into the laboratories of Atomic Power Inc., killing three guards and stealing a new formula for the control of atomic fission. They had inside help: someone had given them the guard schedule and a … More
Shadow Valley Michael R. Collings
Shadow Valley is an isolated farming community known to few, but in one of its ramshackle farmhouses dwells a power that threatens death and destruction to any who walk within its walls. Now, Lila Ellis arrives to make… More
The Gates of Eden Brian Stableford
Despite the development of a faster-than-light drive, Earth’s space program has been in the doldrums for centuries, as has Earth itself. Hyperspace being impossible to navigate without beacons at which to aim, … More
Jimgrim and a Secret Society Talbot Mundy
Jimgrim and a Secret Society originally appeared in the classic pulp magazine Adventure, in the August 10, 1922 issue. It is part of Mundy’s series featuring James Schuyler Grimm, better known as Jimgrim, a British… More
Enemy of the State E.C. Tubb et al.
With the renewal of the Cold War, the Security Services in the West were jittery: a saboteur could, now, as never before, destroy a fantastic amount of material, production potential, and infrastructure. Civilization… More
Chuzzlewit Frank J. Morlock
In order to prevent his aged cousin (Old Martin) from leaving his huge fortune to charity, Pecksniff travels from London to America to dissuade the dying man from such a mistake. But Old Martin is far from death’s… More