On Spec Magazine – Fall 2013 #94 vol 25 no 3 Diane L. Walton et al.
The Fall 2013 issue of On Spec Magazine.
This issue features short stories by Andrew Bryant (“Last Stand at Catesby’s Books”), R. Crowle Gray (“The Revenant Threat”), Joseph C. Romano… More
The Adventures of Duncan and Mallory: The Beginning Robert Asprin et al.
Duncan was the naive son of a minor nobleman, more interested in romance than war. Mallory was a dragon, more interested in con jobs and quick money than being a fearsome monster. When they team up, their adventures –… More
Beware the Dark Magazine 12-Month Subscription Paul Fry et al.
Beware the Dark is the new horror fiction & dark art magazine from SST Publications. Published three times per year (approx. every four months), the print version of magazine is a high quality perfect bound publication… More
Beware the Dark – Issue 1 Paul Fry et al.
ISSUE #1. Full colour interior, 7.44 x 9.69 inches, 158 pages.
HORROR FICTION & DARK ART: Ramsey Campbell, Jack Ketchum, Kealan Patrick Burke, James B. Carter, Aaron J. French, Jeremy Terry, Timothy McGivney, … More
Takedown: Taming John Wesley Harding Dale Chase
Few Texans believe the notorious gunman John Wesley Hardin, who has killed more than thirty men over a ten-year period, will ever be captured, but on a fall day in 1878 he enters the Huntsville prison to serve a twenty-five-year… More
The Padishah’s Son and the Fox: an erotic novella Alex Jeffers
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In a Turkish prison on the Black Sea coast, a lifer known as Yamyam “the Canniba” whiles away tedious days and nights retelling old folk tales to the other inmates. … More
The Mary E. Wilkins Freeman Megapack Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Suffered from the Night: Queering Stoker’s Dracula Steve Berman et al.
One of the more admired characters in Western literature happens to be a murderer, a villain, a fiend: Count Dracula. Irish author Bram Stoker’s classic novel stands high in the canon of speculative fiction, … More
To Love and Perish Ernest Dudley
In Castlebay, North Wales, Dick Merrill is on trial, accused of murdering his wife by administering a lethal dose of arsenic. Merrill, good-looking and attractive, is fatally in love with Margot Stone, who’s… More
Voyage Beneath the Waves Brian Stableford et al.
VOYAGE BENEATH THE WAVES was published two years prior to Jules Verne’s Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Verne, when he became aware of Jules Rengade’s serial version, felt obliged to write the magazine… More
Savage City John Glasby
She was the kind of woman a man always noticed, mostly because of her eyes: deep and dark, they’d held a warmth that could easily kindle a fire in one’s soul. Now they were staring sightlessly up from the sidewalk.… More
The Second Achmed Abdullah Megapack Achmed Abdullah
If you’ve picked up this volume, you may already be familiar with Achmed Abdullah’s work from the first volume, “The Achmed Abdullah Megapack.” If not, no harm done; both Megapacks contain… More
Weird Tales #313 (Summer 1998) Tanith Lee et al.
The Summer, 1998 issue of WEIRD TALES presents 9 great fantasy & horror stories, plus the usual features and poems. A strong issue, with the following stories:
FLOWER WATER, by Tanith Lee THE RENFIELDS, by Christopher… More
Sorrowing Vengeance David C. Smith
“I see more in darkness than you can see in the light.” A priest turned sorcerer is reborn as the ultimate creature of Evil. He will topple a throne and begin the destruction of the world, even as the crowns … More
The Passing of the Gods David C. Smith
“The world is a thing of swords and hate. Men of love and charity are mistrusted and feared. All is now lost.” Asawas, the Man Who Sees, the prophet of the last days, brings the truth of the end of the First World.… More