Conservation of Shadows Yoon Ha Lee
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 is not diluted
In this debut collection… More
Yamada Monogatari: Demon Hunter Richard Parks
In an ancient Japan where the incursions of gods, ghosts, and demons into the living world is an everyday event, an impoverished nobleman named Yamada no Goji makes his living as a demon hunter for hire. With the occasional… More
Future Games Paula Guran et al.
Human competition is eternal. No matter what the future brings, sports will be a part of it. But what forms will these games take? Who will be the spectator, who will play? Will aliens be our opponents or machines? What … More
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With In the Palace of Repose, her debut collection of mostly unpublished work, Holly Phillips accomplished the improbable.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
Rock On: The Greatest Hits of Science Fiction and Fantasy Paula Guran et al.
Kick out the jams with hot licks and fantastic riffs on rock and roll from the only kind of fiction that feeds the soul: science fiction and fantasy. Like rock, speculative fiction is larger than life and there’s no limit… More
Ghosts: Recent Hauntings Paula Guran et al.
The spirits of the dead have walked among our legends, myths, and stories since before recorded history. Ghostly visitations, hauntings, unquiet souls seeking the living, vengeful wraiths, the possibility of life… More
Circus: Fantasy Under the Big Top Ekaterina Sedia et al.
From award-winning anthologist Ekaterina Sedia…
Stories of circuses traditional and bizarre, futuristic and steeped in tradition, joyful and heart-breaking! And among the actors you will find old friends,… More
Extreme Zombies Paula Guran et al.
It’s too late! The living dead have already taken over the world. Your brains have been devoured. Nothing is left but spasms of ravenous need—an obscene hunger for even more zombie fiction. Forget the metaphors… More
The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2011 Rich Horton et al.
This third volume of the year’s best science fiction and fantasy features thirty stories by some of the genre’s greatest authors, including Carol Emshwiller, Neil Gaiman, Elizabeth Hand, Paul Park, … More
The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2012 Rich Horton et al.
This fourth volume of the year’s best science fiction and fantasy features thirty stories by some of the genre’s greatest authors, including Jonathan Carroll, Neil Gaiman, Kij Johnson, Kelly Link, Paul… More
Obsession: Tales of Irresistible Desire Paula Guran et al.
Legends and myths of all cultures tell of those possessing captivating allure we are powerless to resist. Sirens, demon lovers, femme fatales, and others compel our love, drawing us into realms of forbidden desire … More
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2012 Paula Guran et al.
Take a journey into darkness. Visit places where one might expect to find the dark—in a house where love was shared and lost, a milky-white pool in an Australian cave, the trenches of World War I, the deep woods. You would… More