Sensation Nick Mamatas
“You should read Sensation now. I’m not kidding. Right now. Stop reading this, start reading Sensation. Anyone still here for this sentence has failed themselves.”—Interzone
Love, Politics,… More
The Human Front Ken MacLeod
Winner of the Sidewise and Seiun Awards.
Ken MacLeod is one of the brightest and most progressive of Britain’s “Hard SF” stars who navigate exciting new futures to the delight of legions of fans around the world.… More
The Science of Herself Karen Joy Fowler
Widely respected in the so-called “mainstream” for her New York Times bestselling novels, Karen Joy Fowler is also a formidable, often controversial, and always exuberant presence in Science Fiction. Here… More
The Wild Girls Ursula K. Le Guin
Dirt children in a society of sword and silk, are determined to enter “that possible even when unattainable space in which there is room for justice” leading to a violent and loving end. Plus Le Guin’s… More
Byzantium Endures: The First Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet Michael Moorcock
Meet Maxim Arturovitch Pyatnitski, also known as Pyat. Tsarist rebel, Nazi thug, continental conman, and reactionary counterspy: the dark and dangerous anti-hero of Michael Moorcock’s most controversial… More
Demanding the Impossible: A History of Anarchism Peter Marshall
Navigating the broad ‘river of anarchy‘, from Taoism to Situationism, from Ranters to Punk rockers, from individualists to communists, from anarcho-syndicalists to anarcha-feminists, Demanding… More
Raising Hell Norman Spinrad
As an ambitious, alienated, and awesomely talented kid from the Bronx, Norman Spinrad rode the revolutionary “New Wave” of 1960s science fiction to fame, if not fortune. His usually angry, often hilarious, and… More
The Laughter of Carthage: The Second Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet Michael Moorcock et al.
Maxim Arturovitch Pyatnitski, that charming but despicable mythomaniac who first appeared in Byzantium Endures, is back. Having fled Bolshevik Russia in late 1919, Pyat’s progress is a series of leaps from… More
Waging Peace David Hartsough et al.
David Hartsough knows how to get in the way. He has used his body to block Navy ships headed for Vietnam and trains loaded with munitions on their way to El Salvador and Nicaragua. He has crossed borders to meet “the enemy”… More
”I will admit I was lured into temptation during the twenties and thirties, and I blame no one for what happened then, least of all myself.”
Unmistakably, this is the voice of Colonel Pyat, addict, inventor, and bizarre… More
The Left Left Behind Terry Bisson
Sardonic and merciless, this satire of the entire apocalyptic enterprise provides a humorous and timely interpretation of the bestselling Left Behind series.
Hugo and Nebula award-winner Terry Bisson is best known… More
The Lucky Strike Kim Stanley Robinson
This astounding alternate history tale presents a dramatic encounter with destiny wrapped around the terrifying question of what might have happened if the fateful bomber flight over Hiroshima had gone a bit differently.… More
Send My Love and a Molotov Cocktail! Gary Phillips et al.
Stories of Crime, Love and Rebellion
An incendiary mix of original and out-of-print stories from the past, present and fearful future about the fight for a better world.
An incendiary mixture of genres and voices, this… More
Snitch World Jim Nisbet
“The Miata jumped the curb and sheared off a light pole. The impact deployed the airbags, but Chainbang was ready. He knifed Klinger’s before it was fully inflated and his own before it could crush the glass pipe in… More
Modem Times 2.0 Michael Moorcock
Michael Moorcock’s most audacious creation, Jerry Cornelius–assassin, rock star, chronospy and maybe-Messiah–is back with a time twisting odyssey that connects 60s London with post-Obama… More
Talking Anarchy Colin Ward et al.
Of all political views, anarchism is the most ill-represented. For more than thirty years, in over thirty books, Colin Ward patiently explained anarchist solutions to everything from vandalism to climate change—and… More