Arabian Wine Gregory Feeley
Venice, 1609. Matteo Benveneto, younger son of a merchant family, has plans to revive the waning fortunes of the great trading city by introducing Venetians and Europeans to an exotic drink from the highlands of Arabia… More
One Chord Wonders Dave Laing et al.
Originally published in 1985, One Chord Wonders was the first full-length study of the glory years of British punk. The book argues that one of punk’s most significant political achievements was to expose the operations… More
Solidarity Unionism Staughton Lynd et al.
Critical reading for all who care about the future of labor, Solidarity Unionism draws deeply on Staughton Lynd’s experiences as a labor lawyer and activist in Youngstown, Ohio, and on his profound understanding… More
Big Gay Alphabet Coloring Book Jacinta Bunnell et al.
Grab your crayons and your backpack for a fantastical journey through The Big Gay Alphabet Coloring Book, an activity book for adults that highlights memorable victories and collective moments in lesbian, gay, bisexual,… More
On Spec Magazine – Winter 2014-15 Diane L. Walton et al.
The Winter 2014-15 issue of On Spec Magazine.
This issue features short stories by Krista D. Ball (“My Pink Galoshes”), Mike Rimar (“Squatters Rights”), Siobhan Gallagher (“Turnip… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #170 Cat Rambo et al.
Issue #170 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Cat Rambo and Heather Clitheroe.… More
Clarkesworld: Year Seven Aliette de Bodard et al.
Since 2006, Clarkesworld Magazine has been entertaining science fiction and fantasy fans with their brand of unique science fiction and fantasy stories. Collected here are all thirty-six stories published in the… More
Ghost Signs Sonya Taaffe
A lantern hangs for the ghosts, both desolate and numinous. The white road and the black river run down into the dark and return again. In this collection of thirty-six poems and one story, Rhysling Award-winning poet… More
Three Songs for Roxy Caren Gussoff
Three Songs for Roxy tells three inter-related tales: of Kizzy, a foundling raised by a Romany Gypsy family in present-day Seattle, as she is about to be claimed by the aliens who left her to be raised as human; of Scott … More
The Prince of the Aquamarines Louise Cavalier Levesque et al.
Louise Cavelier Levesque was born in Rouen, November 23, 1703, and died in Paris, May 18, 1745. She was one of the eighteenth-century writers who continued the tradition that had begun in the decade before her birth of… More
To the Ressurrection Station Eleanor Arnason
To the Resurrection Station, Arnason’s second novel (written in the 1970s), was first published in 1986. On a planet far from our Earth, it begins a Gothic tale: a moldering mansion full of secrets, a disturbing… More
Daughter of the Bear King Eleanor Arnason
Not your everyday fantasy, Daughter of the Bear King clearly arises from Second Wave Feminism. A middle-aged woman discovers that she has a role in an epic struggle between shoddiness and integrity. And her battle flows… More
The Sword Smith Eleanor Arnason
The Sword Smith tells the tale of Limper, a master sword smith running from an oppressive boss-king who forced him to make expensive junk, and Nargri, his young dragon companion. Written in the early 1970s, and published… More
Lackington’s Issue 6 (Spring 2015) Ranylt Richildis et al.
Issue 6, our “Seas” issue, features tales set on (and in) the vast deep, but not all great expanses are wet. Read stories about kelp forests, conch-shell palaces, selkie secret-agents, spider caravans, fountains… More
LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction – Issue 3 Jason Erik Lundberg (Editor) et al.
The Autumn 2014 issue of LONTAR: The Journal of Southeast Asian Speculative Fiction.
This issue of LONTAR presents speculative writing from and about Singapore, the Philippines, Cambodia and Taiwan.