Women and Monsters J. M. McDermott
The women and monsters of Greek mythology rarely get to speak for themselves.
Sing, Muse, for yourself.
Eurydice wanders an abandoned amusement park despite her husband’s love. Ariadne becomes addicted to … More
From the author of Safe as Houses and The Abode of Bliss, ten wondrous tales of yesterday, today, and tomorrow–of our familiar world and others.
An American teenager meets Adonis on a sailing cruise off the coast… More
Heiresses of Russ 2011: The Year’s Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction JoSelle Vanderhooft et al.
Heiresses of Russ offers readers in one volume the best lesbian-themed tales of the fantastical and otherworldly published during the prior year.
Editors JoSelle Vanderhooft and Steve Berman read countless books,… More
Wilde Stories 2011: Best Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman, editor
Celebrate a decade of gay speculative fiction with Wilde Stories 2011!
This expanded volume from Lethe Press brings stories of undead lovers, stranded astronauts, ghosts and phantom reflections, men lost in an inhospitable… More
Icarus, Issue 10 Steve Berman et al.
Icarus: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction presents stories and features for Fall 2011. A fairy boy confronts a human crush in Alex Jeffers’s “Liam and the Ordinary Boy.” James Bennett tells… More
Icarus, Issue 9 Steve Berman et al.
The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction. Summer 2011 issue: The always impressive and versatile (or so we hear) Hal Duncan pays gay homage to one of the most well-known films ever, Casablanca. Award-winning poet Geoffrey… More
Moonlight is Bulletproof Alan DeNiro
A new short story from Alan DeNiro.
Jackson is a detective.
Jackson lives deep underground.
Jackson lets Dispatch project him into trouble spots around the world, where proxies perform the physical actions for the … More
The Fires Beneath the Sea Lydia Millet
Kirkus Reviews Best of 2011
Selected for the ABC Best Books for Children Catalog
Cara’s mother has disappeared. Her father isn’t talking about it. Her big brother Max is hiding behind his iPod, and her genius little… More
A Pornography of Grief Philip Huang
In this affecting, harrowing, and darkly hilarious debut collection, Philip Huang explores the topics that compel us and terrify us: sex, grief, and death. Huang understands how powerfully we are drawn to these things,… More
The German Lee Thomas
Winner of the 2012 Lambda Award.
Set during the height of World War II, The German examines the effect a series of ritualistic murders has on a small, Texas community. A killer preys on the young men of Barnard, Texas, leaving… More
Vintage: A Ghost Story Steve Berman
9781590210536 • 204 pp • trade paper/ebook
A lonely boy walking along a highway one autumn evening meets the boy of his dreams, a boy who happens to have died decades ago and haunts the road. Awkward crushes,… More
At the Sign of the Barber’s Pole: Studies in Hirsute History William Andrews
9781590210819 • 108 pp • trade paper/ebook
At the Sign of the Barber’s Pole: Studies in Hirsute History.
Hirsute history may not be the most sought-after field at institutes of higher learning,… More
The Concrete Sky Marshall Moore
While drunk at a party, Chad falls off a balcony and breaks his wrist. He comes to in a psych facility, under observation: His homphobic, obsessive older brother convinces the doctors that the fall was a suicidal jump…… More
Black Shapes in a Darkened Room Marshall Moore
Black Shapes in a Darkened Room is a collection of witty, visceral, and darkly imaginative short fiction from the author of the novel The Concrete Sky.
Revenge and eroticism, humor and despair, the supernatural and … More
9781590213308 · 106 pp · trade paper/ebook
Shirley Jackson Award Finalist
It is Paris, 1935, and the poet Rene Crevel has turned on the gas stove in his apartment. As death fills the rooms, Crevel dwells… More
Second Thoughts Steve Berman
9781590210284· 212 pp · trade paper/ebook
In acclaimed author Steve Berman’s second collection of thirteen stories and essays, he again guides readers through the darker pathways of his imagination.… More