Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #214 Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam et al.
Issue #214 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam and Priya Sridhar.… More
Slipping: Stories, Essays and Other Writing Lauren Beukes
A Punk Lolita fighter-pilot rescues Tokyo from a marauding art installation. A young architect’s life is derailed by an inquisitive girl who happens to be a ghost. Unwitting recruits discover biohazardous plants… More
New York Review of Science Fiction #337 Stephen Gerken et al.
Special Politics Issue: Ada Palmer’s Lightning Strikes Twice; Brian Stableford: Théo Varlet’s Apocalpyse; Mike Barrett on Harold Lawlor’s Ghosts; Douglas Van Belle: Scientists in Science… More
Black Static #55 Andy Cox
The November–December issue contains new dark fiction by Stephen Hargadon, Lisa Tuttle, David Hartley, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam, Simon Avery, and Jeff Bowles. The cover art is by Martin Hanford, with interior illustrations… More
Interzone #267 Andy Cox
The November–December issue of Britain’s longest running science fiction and fantasy magazine contains new stories by Harmony Neal, Ryan Row, Sarah Brooks, Rich Larson, Samantha Henderson, and David Cleden.… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #213 Greg Kurzawa et al.
Issue #213 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Greg Kurzawa and Daniel Baker.… More
Apex Magazine Issue 90 Jason Sizemore et al.
Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month.… More
A Brutal Chill in August: A Novel of Polly Nichols, the First Victim of Jack the Ripper Alan M. Clark
We all know about Jack the Ripper, the serial murderer who terrorized Whitechapel and confounded police in 1888, but how much do we really know about his victims?
Pursued by one demon into the clutches of another, the … More
Midnight City: Flesh Tree GMB Chomichuk
After uncovering the ghastly secret of the heroes of The Midnight Society, the allies and the enemies of The Risk must navigate treacherous waters, with anyone left unsure who is a monster behind the mask.
Since The Risk… More
Seven Crow Stories Robert J. Wiersema
A hitchhiker grants a boon to the young man who picks her up . . . the ghostly wife of a country singer follows her husband from town to town, exacting a peculiar vengeance . . . the disappearance of a young boy changes the life… More
House of Mystery Courtney Bates-Hardy
These are not poems about privileged princesses who live happily ever after; these are poems about monsters, mothers, witches, and mermaids. They explore the pain of change and womanhood, and transform the way we think… More
Very Sensible Stories and Poems for Grown Persons Jason Taniguchi
Why hello, dear reader. You have in your hands a copy of Jason Taniguchi’s Very Sensible Stories and Poems for Grown Persons, which just may be the most singular artefact of our times. Yes, it contains some fine stories.… More
The Role of Lightning in Evolution David Clink
The Role of Lightning in Evolution is the fifth book of poetry from Aurora Award winner David Clink, and his first book-length collection of speculative poetry since 2010’s Monster.
This is speculative poetry at … More
The Skids Ian Donald Keeling
LIVE FAST. DIE FAST. WE ARE THE PROGRAM.
They’re called the Skids. They’ve got three eyes, tank treads, and a bucket-full of attitude. They play the games and the few that don’t get vaped in the first weeks still … More
Pirate Utopia Bruce Sterling et al.
Who are these bold rebels pillaging their European neighbors in the name of revolution? The Futurists! Utopian pirate-warriors of the tiny Regency of Carnaro, the unlikely scourge of the Adriatic Sea. Mortal enemies… More