Fountain of Age Nancy Kress
“Quality oozes from every page. A master class in the art of short-story writing.” —Kirkus Reviews
“Passions are magnified by age and the world only becomes more unpredictable in Kress’s new… More
Icarus 12 Steve Berman et al.
In this issue, the finale of Scot D. Ryersson’s Victorian-era dark fantasy novella, “The Arsenic Flower,” will not disappoint; our handsome friend across the pond, James Bennett, offers readers a story of fate… More
Disintegration Visions J.M. McDermott
“Sometimes it’s not what you say, but how you say it.”
These are the words of Crawford Award-nominated fantasy author J.M. McDermott (Last Dragon and Never Knew Another). McDermott says it with … More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #91 Yoon Ha Lee et al.
Issue #91 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, a special issue for BCS Science-Fantasy month, featuring stories and author interviews by Yoon Ha Lee and Megan Arkenberg. … More
Alternative Vegan Dino Sarma Weierman
International Vegan Fare Straight from the Produce Aisle
Taking a fresh, bold, and alternative approach to vegan cooking without the substitutes, this cookbook showcases more than 100 fully vegan recipes, many of… More
Measured Extravagance Peg Duthie
Employing sonnets and sestinas as well as open forms, Measured Extravagance lyrically documents the messiness of grief and explores the complexity of devotion. Peg Duthie celebrates the conflicting demands of journeys… More
Something Wicked Issue 19 (March 2012) Joe Vaz et al.
It’s been an exciting lead-up to our March issue, mostly to do with trying to squeeze thirty hours of work into a four-hour day. Damn physics, always getting in my way.
I’ve also spent the last month… More
Something Wicked Magazine 12 Month Subscription Joe Vaz et al.
From Editor Joe Vaz:
Firstly let me apologise for the lengthy silence. Things have come to pass in Something Wicked Land that we were hoping to avoid and have spent a good deal of the last 7 weeks trying to come up … More
Fear of Widths David D Levine
Home for his parents’ funeral … all the familiar, yet unfamiliar, things. And the horizon. How could he have forgotten the horizon? Mind-bending fiction from a Hugo-winning author.… More
Closet Dreams Lisa Tuttle
“Something terrible happened to me when I was a little girl…” so begins this extraordinary, International Horror Guild Award-winning tale of abduction, survival and escape from the author Stephen… More
All the Little Gods We Are John Grant
A moving tale by award-winning author John Grant about a man discovering that somehow the story of his past has been written all wrong. A superbly measured fantasy about loss, and sorrow, and the pain of dealing with past… More
Memories of the Flying Ball Bike Shop Garry Kilworth
Understand the one you hate. What did the old Chinese man smoke? He smoked his enemy, and when he had smoked the hated man he would know him. “The best short story writer in any genre” (New Scientist).… More
Pilots of the Purple Twilight Kit Reed
The wives spent every day by the pool – this was where the men had left them, after all. A moving, incisive story that gets right under your skin from an author whose prose style has been described as “pure dry… More
My Movie David Pratt
From the award-winning author of Bob the Book, My Movie showcases the remarkable range and versatility of David Pratt’s short fiction, including stories previously published in The James White Review, Velvet… More