New York Review of Science Fiction #298 James Patrick Kelly et al.
Special Punks and Geeks Issue: Cyberpunk, then & now; Old-School Cannibals; Gaiman, Eliot, Prufrock, Manson; Leigh Brackett… More
Women and Other Constructs Carrie Cuinn
Table of Contents
Introduction “Mrs. Henderson’s Cemetery Dance” “Letter From A Murderous Construct and His Robot Fish” “Annabelle Tree” “A Cage, Her Arms” “Call Center Blues” “Mitch’s… More
Strange Matings Rebecca Holden (editor) et al.
Strange Matings seeks to continue Butler’s uncomfortable insights about humanity, and also to instigate new conversations about Butler and her work — conversations that encourage academic voices to … More
Squaring the Circle Gheorghe Sasarman et al.
The idea of writing a book of brief descriptions of imaginary cities, condensing into it the grandure and tragedy of five milliennia of urban history, came to me by chance, while I was in charge of the Architecture and … More
Space is Just a Starry Night Tanith Lee
The tales in Space is Just A Starry Night range across genres, as elegant as the field of stars spanning a clear dark sky. A lone survivor of plague receives a mysterious visitor; a prison planet tortures political prisoners… More
Missing Links and Secret Histories L. Timmel Duchamp (editor)
Ever wonder who that frequent addressee of Anglophone Nineteenth century narrators, “Dear Reader,” really was? About Nancy Drew’s mother? Or what the true story on which Edgar Allan Poe based his melodramatic… More
Feminist Voices Batya Susan Weinbaum (editor)
After every five years, we at Femspec coordinate a “Best of…” contest in each of the genres represented in the journal: fiction, poetry, book reviews, essays, criticism, and art. This collection presents the… More
Big Mama Stories Eleanor Arnason
Short Fiction: The quirky, nearly omnipotent members of the colorful tribe of Big Mamas and Big Poppas rove the Universe, able to leap vast expanses of time and space in a single bound. Little can harm a Mama or Poppa, except… More
The WisCon Chronicles, Vol 7 JoSelle Vanderhoft (editor)
In science fiction and fantasy, and in the world we inhabit, disability is often misunderstood, maligned, and disregarded, even by fans (and people in general) who are committed to social justice, anti-oppression,… More
Chelsea Station: Issue 4 Jameson Currier
The fourth issue of Chelsea Station, the popular new literary magazine of gay writing, edited by Jameson Currier, features seven short stories, three essays, ten poems, and interviews, reviews and other writing relating… More
The Dashiell Hammett Megapack Dashiell Hammett
“The Dashiell Hammett Megapack” collects 20 early and rare stories by the famous mystery writer, plus one poem. Included in this volume are:
AFRAID OF A GUN ARSON PLUS THE NEW RACKET BODIES PILED UP DEATH… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #124 Noreen Doyle et al.
Issue #124 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring “Gods of the Lower Case: a new tale of the Antique Lands,” by Noreen Doyle and “The Girl Who Welcomed Death to Svalgearyen,” by Barbara A.… More
Pacific Rimming Tom Cardamone
Lambda Literary winner Tom Cardamone’s novella, Pacific Rimming, is a dazzling narrative of obsession. Set in New York City in the late 1990s, a young gay man wanders from bed to bed, creating a life of drug use … More
Love, Christopher Street Thomas Keith
Representing some of the most talented writers at work today, the 26 original essays in Love, Christopher Street encompass revealing, intense, profound, funny, personal, and queer reflections that span forty years… More