Solitaire: a novel Kelley Eskridge
9781931520102 · paperback/ebook · January 2011
A New York Times Notable Book, Borders Original Voices selection, and Nebula, Endeavour, and Spectrum Award finalist.
“A stylistic and psychological tour… More
Second Line Poppy Z. BriteOctober 2009: Two short novels of love and cooking in New Orleans, starring lovable chefs Ricky and G-man, written by the incomparable Poppy Z. Brite. "Fun foodie fiction, and readers will scarf it down."—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
Shadow Man Melissa Scott
October 2009: 9781590212424 • 312 pp • trade paper/ebook
In the far future, human culture has developed five distinctive genders due to the effects of a drug easing sickness from faster-than-light … More
Heiresses of Russ 2011: The Year’s Best Lesbian Speculative Fiction JoSelle Vanderhooft et al.
Heiresses of Russ offers readers in one volume the best lesbian-themed tales of the fantastical and otherworldly published during the prior year.
Editors JoSelle Vanderhooft and Steve Berman read countless books,… More
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
Icarus, Issue 10 Steve Berman et al.
Icarus: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction presents stories and features for Fall 2011. A fairy boy confronts a human crush in Alex Jeffers’s “Liam and the Ordinary Boy.” James Bennett tells… More
Dangerous Space Kelley Eskridge
Dangerous Space showcases a collection of seven seductive stories by Kelley Eskridge, whose novel Solitaire was a New York Times Notable Book, with an introduction by Geoff Ryman (author of Was and Air). The opening… More
Icarus 13: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction Steve Berman et al.
Summer 2012: The Summer of 2012 burns with new fiction by award-winning authors exploring the passion of the Fey:… More
The German Lee Thomas
Winner of the 2012 Lambda Award.
Set during the height of World War II, The German examines the effect a series of ritualistic murders has on a small, Texas community. A killer preys on the young men of Barnard, Texas, leaving… More
Sea, Swallow Me and Other Stories Craig Gidney
November 2008: 9781590210666 • 204 pp • trade paper/ebook A finalist for the Lambda Literary Award for Best LGBT Speculative Fiction, this collection offers magic and myth mingle in dark and dazzling ways. A tourist… More
Prepare to skew your view of the world: where jinn in the clouds of a future Tel Aviv aren’t spirits but powerful computer programs; where a suburban garden hides unrecognizable bones; to a colony planet that outlaws… More
From Macho to Mariposa: New Gay Latino Fiction eds., Charles Rice-Gonzales & Charlie Vazquez et al.
For the first time since 1999, when the ground-breaking anthologies Bésame Mucho and Virgins, Guerillas and Locas appeared, has a collection of gay Latino fiction in English been published.
Prepare yourself to dance… More
Icarus, Issue 9 Steve Berman et al.
The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction. Summer 2011 issue: The always impressive and versatile (or so we hear) Hal Duncan pays gay homage to one of the most well-known films ever, Casablanca. Award-winning poet Geoffrey… More
Icarus: 4 issue subscription Steve Berman
Icarus is closed to new subscribers and will end publication with issue 18. Existing subscriptions will be fulfilled as usual.
Icarus: The Magazine of Gay Speculative Fiction, a quarterly full-color … More
The Padishah’s Son and the Fox: an erotic novella Alex Jeffers
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In a Turkish prison on the Black Sea coast, a lifer known as Yamyam “the Canniba” whiles away tedious days and nights retelling old folk tales to the other inmates. … More