Apex Magazine: 12-Month Subscription Jason Sizemore
Apex began publishing the critically-acclaimed Apex Science Fiction and Horror Digest in 2005, focusing primarily on the science fiction and horror genres. in 2006, the company expanded its offerings to include … More
Glitter and Mayhem Lynne M. Thomas et al.
Welcome to Glitter & Mayhem, the most glamorous party in the multiverse.
Step behind the velvet rope of these fabulous Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror tales of roller rinks, nightclubs, glam aliens, party… More
Starve Better Nick Mamatas
Starve Better makes no promises of making you a bestselling author. It won’t feed aspiring writers’ dreams of fame and fortune. This book is about survival: how to generate ideas when you needed them yesterday,… More
The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 2 Lavie Tidhar
An expedition to an alien planet; Lenin rising from the dead; a superhero so secret he does not exist. In The Apex Book of World SF 2, World Fantasy Award-winning editor Lavie Tidhar brings together a unique collection… More
Plow the Bones Douglas F. Warrick
With an artist’s eye for language and form, Douglas F. Warrick sculpts surreal topiary landscapes out of dream worlds made coherent. Dip into a story that is self-aware and wishes it were different than what it… More
Let’s Play White Chesya Burke
Synopsis: White brings with it dreams of respect, of wealth, of simply being treated as a human being. It’s the one thing Walter will never be. But what if he could play white, the way so many others seem to do? Would… More
To Each Their Darkness Gary A. Braunbeck
2010 Stoker Award Nominee for Superior Achievement in Nonfiction
Explore the world of writing horror from a Bram Stoker and International Horror Guild award-winning author’s point of view. Gary Braunbeck … More
Disintegration Visions J.M. McDermott
“Sometimes it’s not what you say, but how you say it.”
These are the words of Crawford Award-nominated fantasy author J.M. McDermott (Last Dragon and Never Knew Another). McDermott says it with … More
The Book of Apex: Volume 3 of Apex Magazine Catherynne M. Valente et al.
These thirty-one stories encompass all fifteen issues of Apex Magazine edited by the Hugo Award-nominated editor and author Catherynne M. Valente.
You’ll encounter strange, compelling magics interwoven… More
I Can Transform You Maurice Broaddus
From the dust of The Trying TimesTM, corp-nations have risen up in place of failed governments, and twilight haze dropped down in place of the sky. The economy fell, and the Earth itself shot heavenward, transforming… More
Apex Magazine Issue 55 Maria Dahvana Headley et al.
Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month.… More
Apex Magazine Issue 23 Catherynne M. Valente
Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field.
Our April issue begins the first of our new expanded editions.… 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
Like Death Tim Waggoner
There are no words for it. Ecstasy is laughably inadequate, as are rapture, euphoria, bliss . . . . Ugly, harsh syllables that come nowhere near capturing the merest fraction of what he feels. The experience is primal … More
The Apex Book of World SF: Volume 1 Lavie Tidhar et al.
The world of speculative fiction is expansive; it covers more than one country, one continent, one culture. Collected here are sixteen stories penned by authors from Thailand, the Philippines, China, Israel, Pakistan,… More
Machine Jennifer Pelland
Celia’s body is not her own, but even her conscious mind can barely tell the difference. Living on the cutting edge of biomechanical science was supposed to allow her to lead a normal life in a near-perfect copy … More