After the End: Recent Apocalypses Paula Guran, ed. et al.
From the Sumerian epic of Gilgamesh to Norse prophecies of Ragnarök to the Revelations of Saint John to Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, any number of fictional zombie Armageddons, and the dystopic world of The Hunger… More
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: 2013 Paula Guran et al.
The darkness creeps upon us and we shudder, or it suddenly startles and we scream. There need be no monsters for us to be terrified in the dark, but if there are, they are just as often human and as supernatural. Join us in … More
New Cthulhu: The Recent Weird Paula Guran et al.
For more than eighty years H.P. Lovecraft has inspired writers of supernatural fiction, artists, musicians, filmmakers, and gaming. His themes of cosmic indifference, the utter insignificance of humankind, minds… More
Interzone #249 Andy Cox et al.
New science fiction and fantasy stories by John Shirley, Lavie Tidhar, Claire Humphrey, Tim Lees, Jason Sanford, Sarah Brooks. Cover art by Jim Burns, interior illustrations by Wayne Haag, Richard Wagner, Martin … More
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, 2011 Edition Paula Guran et al.
Welcome to the dark. It comes in more colors than you may have imagined. Quiet blue shadows, a glimpse of ghostly white, a once-dim corner deepening to stygian black, the sudden scarlet stain in the basement, the flash… 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
A Song Called Youth (Eclipse Omnibus) John Shirley
An omnibus of all three novels, revised by the author, complete in one volume—Eclipse, Eclipse Penumbra, Eclipse Corona—of the prophetic, still frighteningly relevant cyberpunk masterpiece.
With a new introduction… More
Ghosts: Recent Hauntings Paula Guran et al.
The spirits of the dead have walked among our legends, myths, and stories since before recorded history. Ghostly visitations, hauntings, unquiet souls seeking the living, vengeful wraiths, the possibility of life… More
Rock On: The Greatest Hits of Science Fiction and Fantasy Paula Guran et al.
Kick out the jams with hot licks and fantastic riffs on rock and roll from the only kind of fiction that feeds the soul: science fiction and fantasy. Like rock, speculative fiction is larger than life and there’s no limit… More
Halloween Paula Guran et al.
Shivers and spirits . . . the mystical and macabre . . . our darkest fears and sweetest fantasies . . . the fun and frivolity of tricks, treats, festivities, and masquerades. Halloween is a holiday filled with both delight… 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
Everything Is Broken John Shirley
A suspenseful, politically charged SF thriller . . . that could be day-after-tomorrow reality . . .
Twenty-year-old Russ arrives in the northern California town of Freedom to visit his dad. Freedom has peculiarities… More
Time Travel: Recent Trips Paula Guran et al.
The idea of time travel has been with us since ancient times; now the concept of time travel seems… almost… plausible. Today, tales of chrononauts are more imaginative and thought-provoking than ever … More
Future Games Paula Guran et al.
Human competition is eternal. No matter what the future brings, sports will be a part of it. But what forms will these games take? Who will be the spectator, who will play? Will aliens be our opponents or machines? What … More
Extreme Zombies Paula Guran et al.
It’s too late! The living dead have already taken over the world. Your brains have been devoured. Nothing is left but spasms of ravenous need—an obscene hunger for even more zombie fiction. Forget the metaphors… More
New Taboos John Shirley
Mixing outlaw humor, SF adventure, and cutting social criticism, Shirley draws upon his entire arsenal of narrative and commentary. The title essay, “New Taboos” is his prescription for a radical revisioning… More