Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #83 Megan Arkenberg et al.
Issue #83 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Megan Arkenberg and Nadia Bulkin. … More
Speaking of the Fantastic III Darrell Schweitzer et al.
The basics of a good interview may be summed up in the following sentence: find someone interesting and articulate, ask just enough questions to get them talking, then point the microphone, shut up, and, oh, by the way,… More
Future Lovecraft Silvia Moreno-Garcia et al.
Decades, centuries and even thousands of years in the future: The horrors inspired by Lovecraft do not know the limits of time – or space.… More
To Each Their Darkness Gary A. Braunbeck
2010 Stoker Award Nominee for Superior Achievement in Nonfiction
Explore the world of writing horror from a Bram Stoker and International Horror Guild award-winning author’s point of view. Gary Braunbeck … More
The Asteroid Murder Case Arthur Jean Cox et al.
THE ASTEROID MURDER CASE: A Science Fiction Mystery, by Arthur Jean Cox. The murder of UN observer Carl Neal on a lonely outpost of the Asteroid Belt would seem to be only a small human tragedy, and yet it opens up vistas … More
The Economy of Light Jack Dann
This is the story of a Nazi hunter’s journey to find the man who tortured him and murdered his family, as he penetrates the depths of the Amazon jungle to experience an extraordinary “dream time.” Michael… More
Jubilee Jack Dann
Peter Lindsay lives in Melbourne, Australia. Charles Blackford is an American trying to relive a happier time in Athens. Both men have lost their wives. And now they must decide how to cope with the overwhelming changes… More
The Forest of Forever Thomas Burnett Swann
Here in THE FOREST OF FOREVER dwells the last Minotaur, and here too are the other lingering dwellers in that folk-whispered country where dwell the beasts that are human and the humans that are beasts…
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The G-Bomb John Russell Fearn
Despite being the cleverest man on Earth, Jonas Glebe becomes the unwitting tool of a baleful intelligence. He hopes that his new invention, the G-Bomb, will bring riches to himself and his daughter Margaret–but… More
From Afar John Russell Fearn
Richard Shaw thinks he’s been blessed when he and his new bride Beryl survive a car smash. Both make rapid recoveries from their injuries, both have apparently fully recovered. But Beryl is strangely changed.… More
A Collector of Ambroses and Other Rare Items Arthur Jean Cox
A COLLECTOR OF AMBROSES AND OTHER RARE ITEMS features four tales of SF and fantasy, including the title story, in which three unscrupulous book collectors encounter a true “Completist”; “The Boy… More
Salome and other Decadent Fantasies Brian Stableford
Decadent literature is intrinsically and proudly a literature of moral challenge; it is sceptical, cynical, and satirical. It recognizes that everyday morality does not work either in practical or in psychological… More
The Military Megapack Stephan Crane et al.
Hours of great reading await, with tales of war and military adventure by some of the greatest writers of the 19th and 20th centuries. Ranging from classics of the Civil War to the World Wars to the future of war — … More
Icarus 11 Steve Berman et al.
Our Winter 2011 issue features a chilling Victorian tale of revenge from Scot D. Ryersson, a weird tale of transformation by Rodello Santos & Damon Shaw, and a dystopian science-fiction story by Thomas Carl Sweterlitschan.… More