Clockwork Phoenix 5 Mike Allen et al.
“This book is in several distinct ways a look into the future…in which a crowd-sourced publication from a very small press can produce, and can present professionally and beautifully, work which is at the height… More
Clockwork Phoenix 4 Mike Allen et al.
This book is in several distinct ways a look into the future: the future of fantasy and science fiction, diverse, strange, and wonderful; the future of these individual writers, many of whom are at or near the beginning… More
UPGRADED Neil Clarke et al.
Better . . . Stronger . . . Faster . . . The doctors rebuilt Hugo Award-winning editor Neil Clarke and turned him into a cyborg. Now he has assembled this anthology of twenty-six original cyborg stories by Greg Egan, Madeline… More
Uncanny Magazine Issue 10 Lynne M. Thomas et al.
The May/June 2016 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Seanan McGuire, Kat Howard, JY Yang, Alyssa Wong, and Haralambi Markov, reprinted fiction by Kameron Hurley, essays by Foz Meadows, Tanya DePass,… More
Uncanny Magazine Issue 4 Lynne M. Thomas et al.
The May/June 2015 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Catherynne M. Valente, A. C. Wise, John Chu, Elizabeth Bear, and Lisa Bolekaja, classic fiction by Delia Sherman, essays by Mike Glyer, Christopher… More
Uncanny Magazine Issue 6 Lynne M. Thomas et al.
The September/October 2015 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Paul Cornell, Isabel Yap, Liz Argall & Kenneth Schneyer, and Keffy R.M. Kehrli, classic fiction by N.K. Jemisin, essays by Michi… More
Uncanny Magazine Issue 9 Lynne M. Thomas et al.
The March/April 2016 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Rachel Swirsky, Shveta Thakrar, Max Gladstone, Kelly Sandoval, and Simon Guerrier, classic fiction by Daryl Gregory, essays by Jim C. Hines,… More
Clarkesworld: Year Five E. Lily Yu 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 of the original stories this Hugo Award-winning… More
Bewere the Night Ekaterina Sedia
Kitsune. Werewolves. Crane wives. Selkies. Every culture has stories of such strange creatures—animals turning into humans, humans shapeshifting into animals. Sometimes seductive, sometimes bloodthirsty,… More
Lightspeed Magazine Issue 32 John Joseph Adams et al.
Lightspeed is an online science fiction and fantasy magazine. In its pages, you will find science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft SF, to far-future, star-spanning hard SF–and fantasy: from epic… More
Uncanny Magazine Issue 7 Lynne M. Thomas et al.
The November/December 2015 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Ursula Vernon, Elizabeth Bear, Karin Tidbeck, Yoon Ha Lee, and Alex Bledsoe, classic fiction by Alaya Dawn Johnson, essays by Annalee… More
Uncanny Magazine Issue 8 Lynne M. Thomas et al.
The January/February 2016 issue of Uncanny Magazine.
Featuring new fiction by Maria Dahvana Headley, Nghi Vo, Christopher Barzak, Brit Mandelo, and Rose Lemberg, classic fiction by Sarah Rees Brennan, essays by … More
Clarkesworld Magazine – Issue 78 Aliette de Bodard et al.
The March 2013 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine.
This issue features the following stories: “The Weight of a Blessing” by Aliette de Bodard, “The Last Survivor of the Great Sexbot Revolution”… More
When the world is endangered, there’s no point in sparing the spangles, spilling the drinks, or withholding the glitter. In this collection of whimsical stories of fierce femmes and brave butches, the Ultra … More
Magic City: Recent Spells Paula Guran et al.
Bright lights, big city… magic spells, witchcraft, wizardry, fairies, devilry, and more. Urban living, at least in fantasy fiction, is full of both magical wonder and dark enchantment. Street kids may have supernatural… More
Halloween: Magic, Mystery, and Macabre Paula Guran et al.
The farther we’ve gotten from the magic and mystery of the past, the more we’ve come to love Halloween—the one time each year when the mundane is overturned in favor of the bizarre, the “other side” is closest,… More