Death by Silver Melissa Scott
Lambda Award Winner Gaylactic Spectrum Award winner
In Death by Silver veteran authors Melissa Scott and Amy Griswold introduce a Victorian London where magic works, influencing every aspect of civilized life, and… More
Two Tangled Tales Astrid Amara
Two stories by Astrid Amara—author of The Archer’s Heart.
Amara tells tales of two kinds of love. In the fairy-tale world “Lord Ronan’s Shoes,” young Evander must be clever enough to divine… More
8.5 x 7 · 64pp · December 2010 · Issue 26 · Available in lo-res or hi-res PDF, epub, mobi, and lit.
Sea, Ship, Mountain, Sky Kelly Link et al.
A unique collaboration between Kelly Link and Gavin J. Grant, “Sea, Ship, Mountain, Sky” is a story of love and loss, identity and respect, life and death and change.
Originally published in the summer … More
What I Didn’t See and Other Stories Karen Joy Fowler
World Fantasy Award winner
In her moving and elegant new collection, New York Times bestseller Karen Joy Fowler writes about John Wilkes… More
Cry Murder! in a Small Voice Greer Gilman
September 2013. A new chapbook from Greer Gilman.
Ben Jonson, playwright, poet, satirist . . . detective?
Someone is murdering boy players and Jonson, in the way that only Greer Gilman could write him—”Fie,… More
Cloud & Ashes: Three Winter’s Tales Greer Gilman"Sublimely lyrical Jacobeanesque dialect . . . readers who enjoy symbolism and allusion will cherish Gilman's use of diverse folkloric elements to create an unforgettable realm and ideology." —Publishers Weekly
Point of Hopes: A Novel of Astreiant Melissa Scott et al.
Nicolas Rathe is a pointsman, a dedicated watchman in the great city of Astreiant. During the annual trade fair, with a city filled with travelers and merchants, someone is stealing children. The populace is getting… More
Questionable Practices Eileen Gunn
io9 Best of the Year:“Gunn’s talent for the surreal and bizarre is pressed into the service of exploring how our own subjectivity, and the ways we construct our selves, help to imprison us.”
Interviews: Eileen… More
Five Odyssey grads fit together like a (steam-powered) mutant Voltron to bring you a (third) cache of eclectic fiction.
Scott H. Andrews, “New! The ‘GEARWORK ROSE’™” Jason S. Ridler,… More
The New Hero Volume 1: Every Age Needs Its Heroes Robin D. Laws et al.
It’s time to meet the new heroes.
Older than the written word and more popular than ever today, the hero story crosses cultures as an eternal constant. The New Hero gathers an unexpected team of writers, celebrated… More
Heart of Iron Ekaterina Sedia
In a Russia where the Decembrists’ rebellion was successful and the Trans-Siberian railroad was completed before 1854, Sasha Trubetskaya wants nothing more than to have a decent debut ball in St. Petersburg. But… More
Horse of a Different Color Howard WaldropNovember 2013 · 9781618730732 · trade cloth and ebook Howard Waldrop’s stories are keys to the secret world of the stories behind the stories . . . or perhaps stories between the...
Mere Mortals Erastes
March 2011: 9781590210437 • 254 pp • trade paper/ebook
Orphaned Crispin Thorne has been taken as ward by Philip Smallwood, a man he’s never met, and is transplanted from his private school to Smallwood s house… More
Redwood and Wildfire Andrea Hairston
Tiptree Award Winner
At the turn of the 20th century, minstrel shows transform into vaudeville, which slides into moving pictures. Hunkering together in dark theatres, diverse audiences marvel at flickering images.… More
Five Odyssey grads fit together like a piecemeal mutant Voltron to bring you a cache of eclectic genre fiction.
Michael J. DeLuca, “Construction-Paper Moon” Jason S. Ridler, “Impracticable… More