The Sword and Sorcery Anthology David Hartwell (ed) et al.
Blood will flow, heads will roll, dragons will soar, and the dead shall rise. Journey to ancient cities ruled by sinister mages, storm-tossed seas where monsters dwell, mysterious towers full of ancient secrets and… More
Byzantium Endures: The First Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet Michael Moorcock
Meet Maxim Arturovitch Pyatnitski, also known as Pyat. Tsarist rebel, Nazi thug, continental conman, and reactionary counterspy: the dark and dangerous anti-hero of Michael Moorcock’s most controversial… More
Locus December 2014 (#647) Liza Groen Trombi et al.
The December 2014 issue of Locus magazine has a special feature on Michael Moorcock, including an interview conducted by John Picacio, a retrospective and tributes, an excerpt from new novel The Whispering Swarm,… More
Epic: Legends of Fantasy John Joseph Adams et al.
There is a sickness in the land. Prophets tell of the fall of empires, the rise of champions. Great beasts stir in vaults beneath the hills, beneath the waves. Armies mass. Gods walk. The world will be torn asunder. Epic… 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
The Laughter of Carthage: The Second Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet Michael Moorcock et al.
Maxim Arturovitch Pyatnitski, that charming but despicable mythomaniac who first appeared in Byzantium Endures, is back. Having fled Bolshevik Russia in late 1919, Pyat’s progress is a series of leaps from… More
”I will admit I was lured into temptation during the twenties and thirties, and I blame no one for what happened then, least of all myself.”
Unmistakably, this is the voice of Colonel Pyat, addict, inventor, and bizarre… More
The Vengeance of Rome: The Fourth Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet Michael Moorcock et al.
Byzantium Endures, the first volume of Michael Moorcock’s legendary Pyat Quartet, appeared in 1981. The Laughter of Carthage (1984) and Jerusalem Commands (1992) followed. Now the quartet is complete. Pyat… More
London Peculiar and Other Nonfiction Michael Moorcock et al.
The best of Moorcock’s published, unpublished, and uncensored essays, articles, reviews, and opinions covering a wide range of subjects: books, films, politics, reminiscences of old friends, and attacks… More
Modem Times 2.0 Michael Moorcock
Michael Moorcock’s most audacious creation, Jerry Cornelius–assassin, rock star, chronospy and maybe-Messiah–is back with a time twisting odyssey that connects 60s London with post-Obama… More