Fireside Magazine Brian White
Dear Weightless Books Fireside Subscribers,
IF YOU FOLLOWED our last Kickstarter at all, you’ll know that it was a very close thing getting Issue Three funded. We knew there was going to be a point of Kickstarter fatigue… More
Fireside Magazine – Issue 1 Brian White et al.
First published on April 17, 2012.
The debut issue of Fireside, a multigenre fiction and comics magazine.
This issue includes stories by Tobias Buckell (“Press Enter to Execute), Ken Liu (“To The Moon”),… More
New Holmes stories, classic reprints, new fiction, cartoon, reviews, and more. Edited by Marvin Kaye. Published by Wildside.… More
Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine #5 Marvin Kaye et al.
The fifth issue of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine — a special Holmes Fiction Issue — features an amazing new Holmes short novel by Carla Coupe, “The Adventure of the Haunted Bagpipes,” … More
One Step Closer Iain Rowan
infinity plus singles #1 [Oct 2011]
Life jumps the rails, runs away from you and there’s no catching it up. Not ever. A free short story from Iain Rowan, winner of the Derringer Award for best short crime story. “I… More
Black Static #44 Andy Cox
The January–February issue contains new dark fiction by Simon Avery (novelette), Priya Sharma, Jackson Kuhl, E. Catherine Tobler, and Tyler Keevil (novelette). The cover art is by Martin Hanford, and interior … More
The Life Business John Grant
infinity plus singles #6 [Nov 2011]
With astonishing power, award-winning author John Grant portrays the human facility to falsify history, using as his backdrop the beginnings of the late-20th-century troubles… More
Crimewave #11 Andy Cox et al.The evocative wraparound cover art is by Ben Baldwin.
Plainview Part One: The Shoe Store by Dave Hoing
Friday, November 28, 1975• The owner of the shop, a local eccentric named Kohlsrud, had liver spots… More
Futures John Barker
Carol is a small-time cocaine dealer in 1987 London. A single parent to a young daughter, she is a good mother who is especially careful in her work life, introducing herself to customers as “Simone.” One of these … More
One of Us Iain Rowan
Shortlisted for the Crime Writers’ Association’s Debut Dagger award.
Anna is one of the invisible people. She fled her own country when the police murdered her brother and her father, and now she serves… More
Patty Hearst and The Twinkie Murders Paul Krassner
Patty Hearst & The Twinkie Murders is darkly satiric take on two of the most famous cases of our era: the kidnapping of heiress Patty Hearst and the shocking assassination of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and… More
The Dust of Wonderland Lee Thomas
A panicked call from his ex-wife summons Ken Nicholson back to New Orleans, where his son has been attacked and left for dead. While his child’s life hangs in the balance, Ken endures visions connected to a terrifying… More
Bury the Hatchet John Russell Fearn et al.
George Carter and his wife and two teenage daughters are just an ordinary family, living peacefully in the small British town of Uphill. But then they hear a bulletin that a homicidal maniac is in the area, reportedly … More
The New Gothic: Don’t Embrace the Darkness, Fear It Beth Lewis et al.
The Gothic is the most enduring literary tradition in history, but in recent years friendly ghosts and vegetarian vampires threaten its foundations. The New Gothic is a collection of short stories which revisits the… More
Nowhere To Go Iain Rowan
An ordinary man who finds himself caught up in a bank raid gone wrong. A murder caught on security camera where the victim doesn’t exist. A man with just months to live, who is already living in hell but decides to … More
Small-time crook Johnny Merak is determined to get Maxie Temple, a former crime boss who’d framed him for a three-year stretch in San Quentin, and is now returning home from Mexican exile. But the 1950s Los Angeles… More