Lauriat: A Filipino-Chinese Speculative Fiction Anthology Charles A. Tan, editor et al.
Filipinos and Chinese have a rich, vibrant literature when it comes to speculative fiction. But what about the fiction of the Filipino-Chinese, who draw their roots from both cultures? This is what this anthology attempts… More
Wilde Stories 2013: The Year’s Best Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman, editor
In the 2013 volume, editor Steve Berman has collected stories of adolescents suffering growing pains in the midst of lake monsters, boyfriends seeking safe pest-free shelter in an infested dystopian world, the most… More
Interzone #252 Andy Cox, Editor et al.
May-June 2014’s ebook issue has 6 new stories. Authors: Neil Williamson – who is interviewed and has his new novel reviewed, Katharine E.K. Duckett, Val Nolan, Oliver Buckram, Claire Humphrey, Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam.… More
One Small Step, an anthology of discoveries Tehani Wessely, editor
Sixteen stories of discovery from Australia’s best writers. Each story in some way addresses the idea of discoveries, new beginnings, or literal or figurative “small steps”, but each story takes… More
Best Gay Stories 2012 Peter Dubé, editor
The many stories featured in this volume of Best Gay Stories focus on what we, as gay men have in common, what underlies and nourishes the roots of all that fabulous diversity. Stories about our shared experience of those… More
Best Gay Stories 2013 Steve Berman, editor
The sixth volume of Best Gay Stories explores the entirety of the diverse gay literary market. Editor Steve Berman has chosen compelling fiction that ranges from the pragmatic to the surreal from such acclaimed authors… More
Daughters of Frankenstein: Lesbian Mad Scientists Steve Berman, editor
In the field of mad science, women have for too long been ignored, their triumphs misattributed to mere men. Society has seen the laboratory as the province of men. Jacob’s Ladder electric arcs, death rays, even… More
Canterbury 2100: pilgrimages in a new world Dirk Flinthart, editor
Six hundred years ago, a group of pilgrims made their way to Canterbury, and Geoffrey Chaucer created one of the great works of English literature. A hundred years from now, a nuclear-powered steam train is stopped by… More