Moscow But Dreaming Ekaterina Sedia
Introduction by Jeffrey Ford
The first short story collection by award-winning author Ekaterina Sedia. One of the more resonant voices to emerge in recent years, this Russian-born author explores the edge between… More
Shoggoths in Bloom Elizabeth Bear
With an introduction by Scott Lynch
A compilation of short science fiction and fantasy from Elizabeth Bear—tales of myth and mythic resonance, fantasies both subtle and epic in tone; hard science fiction and speculations… More
Bloody Fabulous: Stories of Fantasy and Fashion Ekaterina Sedia et al.
Open collars over exquisite collarbones.
A single red drop on paper-white cuffs.
From the brocade extravagance of the Unseelie courts to the ubiquitous leather of supernatural detectives to the old-fashioned… More
Season of Wonder Paula Guran et al.
Wonders abound with the winter holidays. Yuletide brings marvels and miracles both fantastic and futuristic. Christmas spirits can bring haunting holidays, seasonal songs might be sung by unearthly choirs, and … More
At the Edge of Waking Holly Phillips
With In the Palace of Repose, her debut collection of mostly unpublished work, Holly Phillips accomplished the improbable. The unknown Canadian author received critical acclaim and numerous honors including … More
Weird Tales #334 George H. Scithers et al.
Issue #334 features IN THE CATACOMBS, by Charles L. Harness, plus new stories by Darrell Schweitzer, John Gregory Betancourt, W.C. Morrow, Myke Cole, and Joshua Rupp. Plus poetry and the usual features.… More
Silence is Deadly Lloyd Biggle Jr.
Twenty agents of the Galactic Sythesis are missing on the Silent Planet of Kamm — the victims, it seems, of the most powerful death ray the universe has ever known. But how could the primitive technology of the Kammians… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #107 M. Bannardo et al.
Issue #107 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by M. Bennardo and Damien Walters Grintalis. … More
New York Review of Science Fiction #290 James Patrick Kelly et al.
The Singularity; German proto-sf and the challeng of translation; Straub’s Hellfire Club; reviews of David Nickle, Patrick Weeks, Ian McDonald, Lord Dunsany, and Space Captain! … More
Peach Joanne Green
A prom: the climax of lively and painful high school years. Throw in the sexual revolution, a stuttering cousin for a date, and a parking valet dressed like Abraham Lincoln, and looking cool is an impossible dream. The… More
The Giant Baby Laurie Foos
What do you do when something magical happens…in your own backyard?
Linda and Earl are a happy couple. Although married for many years, they have never had children. Still, they are content being together, and watching… More
OMG! LOL! Thomas C Willadsen
An exploration of ecumenical silliness, OMG! LOL! reveals the sacred truth that laughter is a common language for people of all faiths.… More