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
Realms 2: The Second Year of Clarkesworld Magazine Jeff VanderMeer et al.
Selected from the Hugo and World Fantasy Award-nominated Clarkesworld Magazine, Realms 2 collects the work of twenty-four visionary writers of short fiction, including such World Fantasy, Philip K. Dick, Tiptree,… More
Creatures: Thirty Years of Monsters John Langan et al.
Monsters: As old as the oldest of stories, as new as our latest imaginings. From the ancient stone corridors of the labyrinth to the graffitied alleyways of the contemporary metropolis, they stalk the shadows. Leering… More
Handsome Devil Steve Berman (Editor) et al.
For millennia, male infernal figures have been portrayed as both dazzling tempters and dark seducers. The alluring fantasy of Handsome Devil highlights Lucifer’s role as the beautiful trickster who steals… More
Shades of Blue and Gray: Ghosts of the Civil War Steve Berman et al.
More Americans were killed during the years of the Civil War (1861-1865) than any other date in history. Men shattered, women lost, families broken. In Shades of Blue & Gray, editor Steve Berman offers readers… More
Zombies: Shambling Through the Ages Steve Berman et al.
It’s a wonder humanity ever survived into the twenty-first century. Even Neanderthals knew to bury the dead beneath stones to prevent corpses from rising. Ancient civilizations feared slain warriors would return… More
The Dark – Issue 14 Sean Wallace et al.
Each month The Dark brings you the best in dark fantasy and horror! Edited by award winning editor Sean Wallace and brought to you by Prime Books, this issue includes two all-new stories and two reprints:
Congress Magazine Issue 03 October 2016 Molly Tanzer et al.
Issue 3 of Congress Magazine has no theme, but it does have four fantastic stories for your reading pleasure. Mr. Matthew Addison returns with an original story this time. “Pink for a Day” explores themes… More