Apocalypse Now: Poems and Prose from the End of Days Andrew McFadyen-Ketchum
Every society and every generation has its version of the apocalypse: swine flu, genetic mutation, global warming, nuclear fallout, the second coming, peak oil, mass extinction, giant irradiated ants, zombies…… More
Tainaron: Mail from Another City Leena Krohn
One of the classics of twentieth century fantasy, from an iconic Finnish writer. The reports back from a strange and fascinating city called Tainaron, complete with talking insects and an unnamed narrator who is far… More
Don’t Pay Bad for Bad Amos Tutuola
“I first discovered the worlds of Amos Tutuola deep in the African Literature section of Michigan State University’s library. I haven’t been the same since. His stories utterly threw me off. They were Yoruba … More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #111 Noreen Doyle et al.
Issue #111 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Noreen Doyle and Sue Burke. … More
Alternative Alamat Paolo Chikiamco et al.
Philippine mythology is full of images that ignite the imagination: gods of calamity and baldness, of cosmic time and lost things; the many-layered Skyworld, and weapons that fight their own battles; a ship that is … More
Dogs Nancy Kress
“Kress, a witty and engaging writer, creates chilling suspense as twisty as a DNA double helix.” -Publishers Weekly
“Her style is devilishly inventive, her characters are more than cardboard … More
Icarus 15: Winter 2012-13 Steve Berman et al.
Winter has arrived with Icarus 15 and with it ghosts and doppelgangers. The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction welcomes stories by our old friends Peter Dube and Lambda Literary Award winning author Richard Bowes … More
Earth at Risk: Building a Resistance Movement to Save the Planet Derrick Jensen et al.
“In America, four hundred people own the wealth of more than half of the American population. We should not be saying tax the rich, but instead we should be saying take their money and redistribute it, take … More
The Kite of Stars and Other Stories Dean Francis Alfar
“Blindfolded courier pigeons, insatiable appetites, overwhelming pride, toes painted blue, spooned soursop, the AsiaPac community station in geosynch orbit around the moon, love without a heart, tragedy… More
Someone Gay: Memoirs Don Clark Ph.D
The author of the perennially popular and life-changing book, Loving Someone Gay, recounts his own life journey from shame, failure, guilt and fear to pride, self-confidence and understanding of true feelings.
Women Writing the Weird Deb Hoag
Features international, award-winning writers.The first comprehensive anthology of its kind it comprises of contemporary fantasy, science fiction and cross-genre fiction.… More
An adult take on a popular children’s series. Takes advantage of the popularity of Wicked and the 2012 release of Oz: The Great and Powerful, introducing queer themes to the Land of Oz.… More