Trucksong Andrew Macrae
Innovative, moving and exquisitely written, Trucksong is a coming-of-age story about how the only meaning to be found in a world in slow decay is that which you make for yourself.
In a post-apocalyptic Australian landscape… More
The Darrell Schweitzer Megapack Darrell Schweitzer
This volume assembles 25 tales by Darrell Schweitzer, modern and alternate-world fantasy and horror tales in the “Weird Tales” vein. Included in this volume are some of his very finest works, including… More
The Fredric Brown Megapack Fredric Brown
Fredric Brown (1906-1972), one of science fiction’s greatest masters from the Golden Age, is famous for his many classic short stories — quite a few of which are presented here, including “Arena,”… More
The Uncommon Sense of the Immortal Mullah Nasruddin: Stories, jests, and donkey tales of the beloved Persian folk hero Ron J. Suresha
Once, when young Nasruddin was acting up in class by distracting his classmates with endless antics, jests, and stories, his irate teacher uttered a curse: ”Whatever you do or say, wherever you go or stay, whether… More
The Garden Chaz Brenchley
Originally published in the UK in 1990, Chaz Brenchley’s The Garden is a beautifully written novel of heart-pounding suspense and psychological horror. At twenty-four, Steph Anderson has been two years a widow,… More
Icarus 18 Fall/Winter 2013 et al.
Fall and winter, when the world begins to sleep. Featuring stories by Molly Tanzer, James K. Moran, J. Daniel Stone, Ray Cluley, with a farewell letter from Steve Berman in this final double issue of Icarus with more content… More
Starve Better Nick Mamatas
Starve Better makes no promises of making you a bestselling author. It won’t feed aspiring writers’ dreams of fame and fortune. This book is about survival: how to generate ideas when you needed them yesterday,… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #135 Holly Messinger et al.
Issue #135 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Holly Messinger and Claire Humphrey.… More
Emma Tupper’s Diary Peter DickinsonEmma is spending the summer with her Scottish cousins—who are wonderful material for her attempt to win the School Prize for most interesting holiday diary. The cousins, lofty And...
In the Company of Thieves Kage Baker et al.
The employees of Dr. Zeus Incorporated travel through (and meddle with) history in Kage Baker’s final collection of six stories of espionage, capers, and important affairs gone terribly wrong.
The Company, a powerful… More
The Forever Marathon Jameson Currier
A wickedly delightful war of wits and whines between longtime companions during a two-day fight.
From their meeting as struggling graduate students in Manhattan to becoming the owners of expensive foreign cars and… More
Kabu, Kabu Nnedi Okorafor
Kabu Kabu—unregistered, illegal Nigerian taxis—generally get you where you need to go, but Nnedi Okorafor’s Kabu Kabu takes the reader to exciting, fantastic, magical, occasionally dangerous, and always… More
The XY Conspiracy Lori Selke
Why Are There No Women in Black?
Jyn, an Asian-American lesbian, makes her living stripping in clubs in San Francisco. But stripping is only her day job. Her true vocation is UFO hunting. One night, working at her day job,… More