ODD? Ann & Jeff VanderMeer et al.
ODD? is a new anthology series devoted to eclectic fiction, usually with a fantastical, horrific, magic realist, or surrealist approach. You might also call it strange or even weird. But as the subtitle of “Is… More
It Came from the North: An Anthology of Finnish Speculative Fiction Desirina Boskovich
This anthology of Finnish fantasy edited by Desirina Boskovich features fiction from Carita Forsgren, Mari Saario, Johanna Sinisalo, Hannu Rajaniemi, Anne Leinonen, Marko Hautala, Maarit Verronen, Olli Jalonen,… More
Secret Lives Jeff VanderMeer
A collection of unique short fictions by World Fantasy Award winner Jeff VanderMeer which have previously available been only in a signed, limited, numbered edition.
These stories, praised by K.J. Bishop and Liz Williams,… 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
The Honey Month Amal El-Mohtar
Amal El-Mohtar’s The Honey Month, with an introduction by Danielle Sucher, ranks among the year’s most exquisite treasures.
This beautiful volume of short fictions and poems takes as its inspiration the … More
The Compass of His Bones and Other Stories Jeff VanderMeer
This e-book contains World Fantasy Award winner Jeff VanderMeer’s novella “Ghost Dancing with Manco Tupac” and four related short stories: “The Emperor’s Reply,” “The… 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
Balzac’s War Jeff VanderMeer
A deadly invasion of a far-future ecologically ravaged earth. A terrible secret discovered in a ruined city. Earth is no longer ruled by humans, but by the species they uplifted. Creatures called fleshdogs are their… More
The Golem Michael Cisco
The sequel to 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… More
The Tyrant Michael Cisco
From the author of the award-winning The Divinity Student comes an audacious dark novel detailing a battle in a phantasmagorical hell. Full of amazing scenes and images, The Tyrant has become a cult classic of weird … More
The Traitor Michael Cisco
As Publishers Weekly writes, “Cisco (The Tyrant) ups the ante for provocative dark fantasy by giving this coming-of-age tale a subtle metaphysical edge. While still a boy, sensitive Nophtha realizes that he’s… More
Datura Leena Krohn
“Shadows of Kafka and Strindberg are infused with Krohn’s love of her fragile characters…Aficionados of the surreal will find this a contemporary masterwork.” – Publishers Weekly (starred review)… More
The Kosher Guide to Imaginary Animals Ann & Jeff VanderMeer
A perfect gift book, this sumptuously illustrated and whimsically bite-sized bestiary is the definitive — in fact only — guide to the kosherness (kashrut) of imaginary animals. It is an undomesticated romp from… More
The Infernal Desire Machines of Angela Carter Jeff VanderMeer
This e-book contains the long essay The Infernal Desire Machines of Angela Carter, a definitive overview and analysis of the famous fantasist’s writings and career.
It also includes a personal appreciation of Carter… 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