After the Apocalypse Maureen F. McHugh
The apocalypse was yesterday. These stories are today.
Kabu, Kabu Nnedi Okorafor
Kabu Kabu—unregistered, illegal Nigerian taxis—generally get you where you need to go, but Nnedi Okorafor’s Kabu Kabu takes the reader to exciting, fantastic, magical, occasionally dangerous, and always… More
Jagganath Karin Tidbeck
“For you, dear reader, something wonderful — and weird — is going to happen if you open this book.” —Alan Cheuse, NPR
“I have never read anything like Jagannath. Karin Tidbeck’s imagination … More
North American Lake Monsters: Stories Nathan Ballingrud
These are love stories. And also monster stories. Sometimes these are monsters in their traditional guises, sometimes they wear the faces of parents, lovers, or ourselves. The often working-class people in these … More
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
The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2014 Rich Horton et al.
This sixth volume of the year’s best science fiction and fantasy features over thirty stories by some of the genre’s greatest authors, including James Patrick Kelly, Yoon Ha Lee, Ken Liu, Robert Reed, Lavie Tidhar,… 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
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
The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror 2014 Paula Guran et al.
No matter your expectations, the dark is full of the unknown: grim futures, distorted pasts, invasions of the uncanny, paranormal fancies, weird dreams, unnerving nightmares, baffling enigmas, revelatory excursions,… 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
Weird Tales 4-Issue Subscription Marvin Kaye
Weird Tales has enjoyed a devoted following for many decades as the very first magazine of gothic fantasy, sci-fi, and horror. Founded in 1923, the pioneering publication introduced the world to such counter-culture… More
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet No. 29 Kelly Link et al.
8.5 x 7 · 60pp in print · September 2013 · Issue 29 · Paper edition available from Small Beer Press.
The new issue of our Occasional Outburst, Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet (#29! how many times will we … More
Clockwork Phoenix 4 Mike Allen et al.
This book is in several distinct ways a look into the future: the future of fantasy and science fiction, diverse, strange, and wonderful; the future of these individual writers, many of whom are at or near the beginning… More
Kaleidoscope: Diverse YA Science Fiction and Fantasy Alisa Krasnostein (ed) et al.
“This anthology is perfect for teens who are interested in science fiction and fantasy — but who don’t want just stories about white, straight, able-bodied rich kids and their vampire problems.”… More
The Best of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine, Year Three Scott H. Andrews (Editor) et al.
An armonica player is driven manic by appearances of an audience woman he saw die…. A fallen angel gunslinger must defend a dusty town against hellspawn…. A scientist tries to save his brother from a seductress… More
ODD? Ann & Jeff VanderMeer et al.
ODD? is a new anthology series devoted to eclectic fiction, usually with a fantastical, horrific, magic realist, or surrealist approach. You might also call it strange or even weird. But as the subtitle of “Is… More