Galaxy’s Edge Magazine Annual Subscription Mike Resnick
This esubscription is for 12 months/6 issues of Galaxy’s Edge in the format of your choice beginning with the current issue.
Galaxy’s Edge is a bi-monthly (every two months) magazine published by Phoenix… More
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 28 Kelly Link et al.
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet (a self-titled Occasional Outburst) returns either incredibly late for 2012 or incredibly early for 2014.
The latest issue of LCRW features magic, killing curses, broken lands… More
A Stranger in Olondria Sofia Samatar
“It’s the rare first novel with no unnecessary parts – and, in terms of its elegant language, its sharp insights into believable characters, and its almost revelatory focus on the value and meaning of language… More
Cry Murder! in a Small Voice Preorder Greer Gilman
September 2013. A new chapbook from Greer Gilman.
Ben Jonson, playwright, poet, satirist . . . detective?
Someone is murdering boy players and Jonson, in the way that only Greer Gilman could write him—”Fie,… More
Death of a Unicorn Peter Dickinson
…and duty, and above all, love. Death of a Unicorn is the first in a series of reprints of Peter Dickinson’s mysteries from Small Beer Press. This classic British mystery will win…
The Second Science Fiction Megapack Lawrence Watt-Evans et al.
Hours of great reading await, with tales from some of the 20th century’s most renowned science fiction authors, Here are 25 science fiction stories:
WHAT’S HE DOING IN THERE? by Fritz Leiber
THE MARCHING MORONS,… More
Conservation of Shadows Yoon Ha Lee
Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2013
There is no such thing as conservation of shadows. When light destroys shadows, darkness does not gain in density elsewhere. When shadows steal over earth and across the sky, darkness… More
The Divinity Student Michael Cisco
The International Horror Guild Award-winning novel that launched the career of a writer sometimes described as “the American Kafka.” Struck by lightning, resurrected, cut open, and stuffed full of … More
New York Review of Science Fiction #292 Michael Andre-Driussi et al.
Roadside Picnic and Capitalism
Santa and Science Fiction
the return of the Yellow Sign
Love and Comics and Madeline L’Engle
and Joanna Russ’s Hobbit… More
Beyond the Rift Peter S. Watts
Skillfully combining complex science with skillfully executed prose, these edgy, award-winning tales explore the always-shifting border between the known and the alien. The beauty and peril of technology and the… More
Clarkesworld: Year Three Neil Clarke et al.
Selected from the Hugo award-winning Clarkesworld Magazine, this anthology collects the work of twenty-seven visionary writers of short fiction, including such World Fantasy, Philip K. Dick, Tiptree, Hugo, and… More
The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy: 2013 Rich Horton et al.
This fifth volume of the year’s best science fiction and fantasy series features thirty-three stories by some of the genre’s greatest authors, including Elizabeth Bear, Aliette de Bodard, Ursula K. Le Guin,… More
Interzone Annual Subscription Andy Cox
This esubscription is for 12 months/6 issues of Interzone in the format of your choice beginning with the current issue.
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Once you subscribe a link is emailed to you. Click on the link (or paste it into your… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #293 Arthur Hlavaty et al.
The Library of America takes on sf; superheroines on stage; Lovecraft goes book shopping; horror in audio; in world of Warhammer 40K; Patricia McKilip in short form; and the secrets of the sf masters.
ISSUE #293 January… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #298 James Patrick Kelly et al.
Special Punks and Geeks Issue: Cyberpunk, then & now; Old-School Cannibals; Gaiman, Eliot, Prufrock, Manson; Leigh Brackett… More
A Trifle Dead Livia Day
Tabitha Darling has always had a dab hand for pastry and a knack for getting into trouble. Which was fine when she was a tearaway teen, but not so useful now she’s trying to run a hipster urban cafe, invent the perfect trendy… More