Champion of the Scarlet Wolf Book One Ginn Hale
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Five years after abandoning the Sagrada Acedemy, Elezar Grunito has become infamous in the sanctified circles of noble dueling rings for his brutal… More
Fantasy Scroll Magazine Issue #3 Piers Anthony et al.
Fantasy Scroll Magazine is an online, quarterly publication featuring science fiction, fantasy, horror, and paranormal short-fiction. The magazine’s mission is to publish high-quality, entertaining, and … More
New York Review of Science Fiction #313 Bernadette Bosky et al.
Special Space and Spaces Issue: Brian Stableford: The Impossibility of Impossible War; Bernadette L. Bosky: Finding Space in Peter Straub; Patrick McGuire: The Soviet Space Epic Cosmic Voyage; Christopher Kovacs:… More
Speaking OUT Rachelle Lee Smith
A photographic essay that explores a wide spectrum of experiences told from the perspective of a diverse group of young people, ages 14–24, identifying as queer (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning),… More
Spanking the Maid Robert Coover
Written early in Coover’s illustrious career, Spanking the Maid is an impeccable and spellbinding novel about a master, his maid, and the irresistible ritual that binds them.
A bedroom and a bathroom are the … More
Whatever Happened to Gloomy Gus of the Chicago Bears? Robert Coover
Interweaves the fate of a cast of passionate–and lunatic–idealists of the Depression Era Left, and the rise and fall of a poet, womanizer, actor, union sympathizer and All-American football star known… More
The Public Burning Robert Coover
A controversial best-seller in 1977, The Public Burning has since emerged as one of the most influential novels of our time. The first major work of contemporary fiction ever to use living historical figures as characters,… More
The Origin of the Brunists Robert Coover
Originally published in 1969 and now back in print after over a decade, Robert Coover’s first novel instantly established his mastery. A coal-mine explosion in a small mid-American town claims ninety-seven… More
Pricksongs and Descants Robert Coover
Pricksongs & Descants, originally published in 1969, is a virtuoso performance that established its author – already a William Faulkner Award winner for his first novel – as a writer of enduring … More
Pinocchio in Venice Robert Coover
Internationally renowned author Robert Coover returns with a major new novel set in Venice and featuring one of its most famous citizens, Pinocchio. The result is a brilliant philosophical discourse on what it means… More
John’s Wife Robert Coover
A satirical fable of small-town America centers on a builder’s wife and the erotic power she exerts over her neighbors, transforming before their eyes and changing forever their notions of right and wrong.… More
Ghost Town Robert Coover
A nameless rider plods through the desert toward a dusty Western town shimmering on the horizon. In his latest novel, Robert Coover has taken the familiar form of the Western and turned it inside out. The lonesome stranger… More
Gerald’s Party Robert Coover
Robert Coover’s wicked and surreally comic novel takes place at a chilling, ribald, and absolutely fascinating party. Amid the drunken guests, a woman turns up murdered on the living room floor. Around the corpse,… More
A Night at the Movies Robert Coover
Previews, coming attractions, horror, romance, mystery, even intermissions–you name the type of movie and there’s a fiction within this collection to cover it–all written with the exuberance… More
Exit, Pursued by a Bear Greer Gilman
Faerie. It’s only theater. What could go wrong?
INTERZONE 254 SEPT-OCT 2014 Andy Cox et al.
#254, The September–October issue of the British Fantasy Award winning magazine con-tains new stories by Nina Allan, Jay O’Connell, S.L. Nickerson, T.R. Napper, Julie C. Day, Sam J. Miller. The cover art … More