Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #179 Therese Arkenberg et al.
Issue #179 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Therese Arkenberg and Kendra Leigh Speedling.… More
Wilde Stories 2015 Steve Berman. Ed et al.
Wilde Stories showcases the previous year’s best offerings in short gay fantasy, horror, weird, and science fiction. This volume offers readers the secret missives of Roman emperors, an ungrateful ghost haunting… More
The Nameless Dark T.E. Grau
The Nameless Dark debuts a major new voice in contemporary Weird fiction. Within these pages, you’ll find whispers of the familiar ghosts of the classic pulps – Lovecraft, Bradbury, Smith – blended… More
That’s Mr. Faggot to You: Further Trials from My Queer Life Michael Thomas Ford
That’s Mr. Faggot to You continues Ford’s exploration of contemporary gay life. He does not shy away from personal revelations–he recalls his own traumatic high school experiences but recognizes… More
Murder on Paux Pas Island Casey McKittrick
The year is 1935 but this is an America where cross-dressing goes almost unremarked, often unnoticed, and gay relationships are mundane; gay marriage, a quotidian fact of life. Famed chef and female impersonator Pancetta… More
Alex Baldwin Doesn’t Love Me and Other Trials from My Queer Life Michael Thomas Ford
An irreverent, insightful, and wickedly funny humor collection that shows just how queer life really is by one of the more charming voices in contemporary gay prose. Oh, wait, we’re talking about Michael Thomas… More
Middle Planet No. 1 Eric Gregory et al.
Issue No. 1 features stories and comics by LiAnn Yim, Iona Sharma, Fiachra Hackett, Charles Wilkinson, Jenn Liv, Cyn Bermudez, and Vajra Chandrasekera. PDF and DRM-free fixed-layout ePub included.… More
You Have Never Been Here Mary Rickert
Scalding and dark, these stories remind us of the price of politics, the costs we all pay, knowing and not.
The body of this book is built on hard, political stories that encompass the gentle wisdom of the ages. There is … More
See the Elephant, Annual Subscription Melanie Lamaga
See the Elephant is dedicated to�fiction that questions consensus reality and pushes genre boundaries, including slipstream, weird, visionary, magical realist, soft science fiction and contemporary fantasy.… More
What We Salvage David Baillie
Skinheads. Drug dealers. Cops. For two brothers-of-circumstance navigating the violent streets of this industrial wasteland, every urban tribe is a potential threat. Yet it is amongst the denizens of these unforgiving… More
Lament for the Afterlife Lisa L. Hannett
No one knows when the war against the greys began. There are theories, speculations, but the only certainties are air-raids, abductions, inner city explosions. Assaults are endless, swift and lethal; the enemy’s… More
King of the Bastards Brian Keene et al.
Part sword and sorcery, part extreme horror, King of the Bastards is wild adventure across seas, beaches, and mountains full of horrifying monstrosities, dark magic, and demonic entities.
Rogan has been many things… More
See the Elephant, Issue One Melanie Lamaga et al.
See the Elephant is dedicated to fiction with a metaphysical slant, fiction that questions consensual reality and pushes the boundaries of genre, by both new and established writers from a variety of cultural and philosophical… More
Black Static #47 Andy Cox et al.
The July-August issue contains new stories by internationally bestselling author John Connolly, James Van Pelt, Kate Jonez, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Ray Cluley, and Eric J. Guignard. The front and back cover art is … More
Interzone #259 Andy Cox et al.
The July-August issue of Britain’s longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by E. Catherine Tobler, Chris Butler, Sara Saab, Richard W. Strachan, Rich Larson, and 2015 James… More
My Life, My Body Marge Piercy
In a candid and intimate new collection of essays, poems, memoirs, reviews, rants, and railerries, Marge Piercy discusses her own development as a working-class feminist, the highs and lows of TV culture, the ego dances… More