Rasputin’s Bastards David Nickle
They were the beautiful dreamers. From a hidden city deep in the Ural mountains, they walked the world as the coldest of Cold Warriors, under the command of the Kremlin and under the power of their own expansive minds. … More
Eutopia: A Novel of Terrible Optimism David Nickle
The year is 1911.
In Cold Spring Harbour, New York, the newly formed Eugenics Records Office is sending its agents to catalogue the infirm, the insane, and the criminal – with an eye to a cull, for the betterment … More
Monstrous Affections David Nickle
Black Quill Award Winner, Best Dark Genre Collection (2010)
A young bride and her future mother-in-law risk everything to escape it. A repentant father summons help from a pot of tar to ensure it. A starving woman learns… More
The ‘Geisters David Nickle
When Ann LeSage was a little girl, she had an invisible friend – a poltergeist, that spoke to her with flying knives and howling winds. She called it the Insect. And with a little professional help, she contained… More
Congress Magazine Issue 01 June 2016 Molly Tanzer et al.
Congress Magazine‘s inaugural issue starts things off with Livia Llewellyn’s “Bohemian Grove, 1916,” perfect summer reading if you love rumpled dresses, tanned thighs, and owls. Then,… More
Wilde Stories 2016: The Year’s Best Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman et al.
Reality and memory; imagination and oblivion. Somewhere between these signposts can be found the events of Wilde Stories 2016: a future world has forbidden the songs of dancefloor divas but on one night the show returns… More
Knife Fight and Other Struggles David Nickle
A young man at loose ends finds he cannot look away from his new lover’s alien gaze. A young woman out of time seeks her old lover in the cold spaces between the stars. The fleeing worshippers of an ancient and jealous… More
The Claus Effect David Nickle
It’s the 1990s. The Cold War is over, the Soviet Union is down for the count – and the Free World is getting ready for its first nuclear-free Christmas in decades. Only one thing in the world can ruin it.