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
Highfell Grimoires Langley Hyde
Publishers Weekly: Best Books of the Year
Born to privilege, gifted in languages and spells, Neil Franklin has planned his brilliant future – from academic accolades to a proper marriage – and is intent… 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
Ceaseless Steam: Steampunk Stories from Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Scott H. Andrews (Editor) et al.
A gardensmith crafts fanciful clockworks to enchant his noblewoman love…. Four burghers renege on a dark bargain by commissioning an automaton proxy…. A restless librarian yearns to escape a city that… 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
Weird Tales #357 Ann VanderMeer et al.
The 357th issue of Weird Tales magazine is a celebration of short fiction, with a selection of great new stories by Karen Heuler, J. Robert Lennon, Karen Tidbeck, N.K. Jemisin, Peter M. Ball, and Mark Meredith. Features… 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
The Convent of the Pure Sara M. Harvey
Secrets and illusions abound in a decaying convent wrapped in dark magic and scented with blood. Portia came to the convent with the ghost of Imogen, the lover she failed to protect in life. Now, the spell casting caste… More
Steampunk III: Steampunk Revolution Ann VanderMeer et al.
Playfully mashing-up the romantic elegance of the Victorian era with whimsically modernized technology, the wildly-popular steampunk genre is here to stay. Now…long live the revolution! This entertaining… More
The Alchemy of Stone Ekaterina Sedia
Mattie, an intelligent automaton skilled in the use of alchemy, finds herself caught in the middle of a conflict between gargoyles, the Mechanics, and the Alchemists. With the old order quickly giving way to the new,… More
Lightspeed Magazine features all types of sf, from near-future, sociological soft sf, to far-future, star-spanning hard sf, and anything and everything in between . . . and in its July 2010 issue, Lightspeed contains… More
Like a Wisp of Steam: Steampunk Erotica J. Blackmore (Editor) et al.
Five erotic steampunk stories. Lust & leaping ‘technologie’ meet in a Victorian era that never was. Jason Rubis, Thomas S. Roche, Vanessa Vaughn, Peter Tupper, and Kaysee Renee Robichaud create … 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
The New Hero Volume 2: New Heroes for a New Age Robin D. Laws et al.
Every generation fits the time-honored constants of the hero tale to its own needs. Today’s serial adventurers, whether they burst from re-envisioned histories or ply the humming foredecks of an imagined future,… More
Lightspeed Magazine Issue 17 John Joseph Adams et al.
Every month Lightspeed Magazine features all kinds of science fiction: from near-future, sociological soft sf, to far-future, star-spanning hard sf, and anything and everything in between:
We welcome back author… More
Like a Corset Undone J. Blackmore et al.
All the trappings of steampunk society–corsets, airships, and ‘leaping technologie’–meet the simmering undertone of sexuality so well-hidden by Victorian morality in LIKE A CORSET UNDONE, Circlet Press’s… More