Black Static #46 Andy Cox et al.
The May–June issue contains new dark fiction by Steve J. Dines, Neil Williamson, Damien Angelica Walters, Gary McMahon, Sarah Read, and Ralph Robert Moore. The cover art is by Ben Baldwin, and interior illustrations… More
Arabian Wine Gregory Feeley
Venice, 1609. Matteo Benveneto, younger son of a merchant family, has plans to revive the waning fortunes of the great trading city by introducing Venetians and Europeans to an exotic drink from the highlands of Arabia… More
Black Static Annual Subscription Andy Cox
Black Static is the new title for The Third Alternative, which was founded in 1994. With the arrival of Interzone in 2005 it was no longer necessary to publish science fiction and fantasy in The Third Alternative… More
Uncanny Magazine – 12 Month Subscription Lynne M. Thomas
About Uncanny Magazine
Uncanny Magazine is a bimonthly science fiction and fantasy magazine first published in November 2014. Edited by 2013 and 2014 Hugo award finalists for best semiprozine Lynne M. Thomas and Michael… More
Interzone #258 Andy Cox et al.
Interzone 258 has new science fiction and fantasy by T.R. Napper, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Julie C. Day, Christien Gholson, and Malcolm Devlin, with colour illustrations by Jim Burns, Warwick Fraser-Coombe, Vince … More
Interzone #257 Andy Cox et al.
The March–April issue of Britain’s longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by Alastair Reynolds, Tendai Huchu, Fadzlishah Johanabas, Rich Larson, and Aliya Whiteley.… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #174 Yoon Ha Lee et al.
Issue #174 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Yoon Ha Lee and Kay Chronister.… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #173 Marissa Lingen et al.
Issue #173 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Marissa Lingen and Bill Powell.… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #320 Ken MacLeod et al.
Special Of Genmod Mice & Hobbits Issue: Sherryl Vint and Ken MacLeod: The many futures; of animals; David Griffin on glory and excesses of The Hobbit; Brian Stableford on the speculative metafictions of; Edmond… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #319 Samuel Delany et al.
Special Forward into the Past Issue Samuel R. Delany: On Life and the Early Books Greg Bear and Gregory Benford: What the Future Looked Like at the Turn of This Century Michael Levy on Karen Lord’s Galaxy Game Plus:… More
Space and Time Magazine Issue #123 Hildy Silverman et al.
The Spring 2015 issue of Space and Time Magazine.
This issue features fiction by Kate Woodbury (“Solvency”) and Adam Corbin Fusco (“The Raven and The Dove”), an interview with Nancy Kress,… More
The Claus Effect David Nickle
It’s the 1990s. The Cold War is over, the Soviet Union is down for the count – and the Free World is getting ready for its first nuclear-free Christmas in decades. Only one thing in the world can ruin it.
Bearded Women Teresa Milbrodt
Welcome to the contemporary Freak Show. A woman trying to have a child has a parasitic twin, an extra lower torso, and set of legs named Bianca – should she have “Bianca’s Body” removed to improve… More
Year’s Best Weird Fiction Laird Barron
Welcome to the weird! Acclaimed author and editor Laird Barron, one of weird fiction’s brightest exponents, brings his expert eye and editorial sense to the inaugural volume of the Year’s Best Weird Fiction… More
The Floating Boy and the Girl Who Couldn’t Fly P. T. Jones
Things Mary doesn’t want to fall into: the river, high school, her mother’s life.
Things Mary does kind of want to fall into: love, the sky.
This is the story of a girl who sees a boy float away one fine day. This… More
Fearful Symmetries Ellen Datlow
From Ellen Datlow, award-winning and genre-shaping editor of more than fifty anthologies, and twenty of horror’s established masters and rising stars, comes an all-original look into the beautiful, terrible,… More
Shadows and Tall Trees Michael Kelly
Shadows & Tall Trees is annual anthology of exceptional literary merit, showcasing the best new writers of contemporary weird fiction and strange tales. In 2010 and 2013 the journal was a finalist for the British… More
The Door in the Mountain Caitlin Sweet
WE ARE ALL MONSTERS
Lost in time, shrouded in dark myths of blood and magic, The Door in the Mountain leads to the world of ancient Crete: a place where a beautiful, bitter young princess named Ariadne schemes to imprison… More
Get Katja Simon Logan
Get Katja is the sequel to the award-winning Katja from the Punk Band which sees the titular character finding herself at the centre of a frantic chase by transvestite debt collectors, mad surgeons and corrupt detectives,… More
Dead Americans Ben Peek
A collection of the critically acclaimed dark, weird and surreal short fiction of Ben Peek. It presents a world where bands are named after the murderer of a dead president, where the work of Octavia E. Butler is turned… More
Cold Hillside Nancy Baker
“With them, there are no happy endings.”
In the remote city of Lushan, they know that the Fey are not fireside tales but a dangerous reality.
Generations ago, the last remnants of a dying empire bargained… More
Possession is Nine-Tenths of the Law Ian Rogers
Jerry Baldwin sells haunted houses for a living.
A dangerous job–but in a world where paranormal has become the norm, someone has to do it. When the daughter of a former client ends up possessed by a supernatural… More
Knife Fight and Other Struggles David Nickle
A young man at loose ends finds he cannot look away from his new lover’s alien gaze. A young woman out of time seeks her old lover in the cold spaces between the stars. The fleeing worshippers of an ancient and jealous… More
We Will All Go Down Together Gemma Files
EVERY FAMILY HAS ITS MONSTERS . . . AND SOME ARE NOTHING BUT. Devize, Glouwer, Rusk, Druir, Roke – these are the clans who make up the notorious Five-Family Coven. This alliance of witches, changelings, and sorcerers… More
Gifts for the One Who Comes After Helen Marshall
Ghost thumbs. Microscopic dogs. One very sad can of tomato soup . . . Helen Marshall’s second collection offers a series of twisted surrealities that explore the legacies we pass on to our children. A son seeks … More
They Do the Same Things Different There Robert Shearman
Robert Shearman visits worlds that are unsettling and strange. Sometimes they are just like ours – except landlocked countries may disappear overnight, marriages to camels are the norm, and the dead turn into… More