Clockwork Phoenix 2: More Tales of Beauty and Strangeness Mike Allen et al.
The second volume in the ground-breaking, boundary-pushing CLOCKWORK PHOENIX anthology series, newly available in digital format includes Nebula finalist “Hooves and the Hovel of Abdel Jameela” … More
Fungi Orrin Grey et al.
In this new anthology, writers reach into the rich territory first explored by William Hope Hodgson a century ago: the land of the fungi. Stories range from noir to dark fantasy, from steampunk to body horror. Join authors… More
The Door to Lost Pages Claude Lalumiere
Step through the door to lost pages and escape a life you never wanted.
On her tenth birthday, Aydee runs away from home and from her neglectful parents. At first, surviving alone on the streets is harsh, but a series of … More
Objects of Worship Claude Lalumière
Twelve strange, eerie, sensual stories by a bold new voice in weird fiction. Capricious gods rule a world of women. Zombies breed human cattle. The son of a superhero must decide between his heritage and his religion.… More
Beneath Ceaseless Skies Issue #206 Claude Lalumière et al.
Issue #206 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Claude Lalumière and Jeremy Sim.… More
On Spec Magazine – Spring 2015 Diane L. Walton et al.
The Spring 2015 issue of On Spec Magazine.
This issue features short stories by Carrie Naughton (“Roundheels”), Mike Rimar (“Serenade on Lake Ontario”), Rich Larson (“Reocation”),… More
Electric Velocipede Bluestockings Memorial Sampler John Klima et al.
At the end of an era, ten authors from Electric Velocipede’s history got together and threw a memorial service on February 28, 2014. With so many readers, no one could read their entire story so this issue was put… More
The Big Click Issue 18 Alex C. Renwick et al.
Our 18th issue rings in the new year with “Jackals,” a new story by Silvia Moreno-Garcia, about how sometimes dealing with artists can be more dangerous than drinking while driving. Our second fiction … More
Electric Velocipede issue #15/16 John Klima et al.
Electric Velocipede issue #15/16, our first double Electric Velocipede issue, 164 pages and almost 100,000 words of content! Featuring an amazing color wraparound cover from T. Davidsohn. There… More
Fish Carrie Cuinn (editor) et al.
Science fiction and fantasy. Retold fairy tales and brand new myth. 33 original stories by some of today’s best new writers, exploring a theme which is both simple, and impossible to understand, all at once. This… More
The Object of Worship Claude Lalumiere
In a world of women, gods dwell in every household, controlling every aspect of reproduction and daily life. Despite the gods’ physical reality, some women champion atheism. From Objects of Worship, this story… More
A Place Where Nothing Ever Happens Claude Lalumiere
A young man struggling with getting his life together keeps receiving phone calls from a man claiming to be his deceased father. From Objects of Worship, this story is part of a “potent, memorable” (New York Review… More
The Lost and Found of Years Claude Lalumiere
A disillusioned writer’s grasp on reality becomes increasingly tenuous as Lost Pages, the bookshop from his stories, appears in the real world. This tale forms part of Claude Lalumière’s “cerebral, erotic,… More
A Visit to the Optometrist Claude Lalumiere
A zombie goes to the optometrist to get a new pair of eyes, but those eyes used to belong to an immortal human sorcerer who possesses his undead host in order to accomplish his evil plans. From Objects of Worship, this story… More
Fuel for the Dark Dreams of Yamesh-Lot Claude Lalumiere
A lost myth – a legend that never was, from a world that never was – about how nightmares first invaded the land of dreams. This tale forms part of Claude Lalumière’s “cerebral, erotic, and hypnotically compelling”… More
Roman Predator’s Chimeric Odyssey Claude Lalumiere
In the aftermath the BioWar, a chosen elite undergo a sacred ritual that transforms them into werewolves who hunt giant monsters for sustenance. From Objects of Worship, this story is part of a “potent, memorable”… More