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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
With Her Body Nicola Griffith
With Her Body presents three pieces of short fiction by the Nebula-, Lambda-, and Tiptree-award winning Nicola Griffith. What are these three intense stories about? Hope, joy, the body.; mainly joy and the body—feeling… More
Chocolatiers of the High Winds H.B. Kurtzwilde
This gay steampunk romance follows the globe-trotting adventures of young Mayport Titus, the sole scion of the Titus Chocolate fortune. Mayport’s father, an adventurer and entrepreneur, established the intercontinental… More
September 2010: 9781590213308 · 106 pp · trade paper/ebook
Shirley Jackson Award Finalist
It is Paris, 1935, and the poet Rene Crevel has turned on the gas stove in his apartment. As death fills the rooms, Crevel dwells… More