Wicked Gentlemen Ginn Hale2008 Spectrum Award Winner and 2007 Lambda Literary Award Finalist. Belimai Sykes is a dangerous man: the descendant of ancient demons, a creature of dark temptations and rare powers. Sykes is also the only one Captain William Harper can turn to when faced with a series of grisly murders.
Cry Murder! in a Small Voice Greer Gilman
September 2013. A new chapbook from Greer Gilman.
Ben Jonson, playwright, poet, satirist . . . detective?
Someone is murdering boy players and Jonson, in the way that only Greer Gilman could write him—”Fie,… More
Cloud & Ashes: Three Winter’s Tales Greer Gilman"Sublimely lyrical Jacobeanesque dialect . . . readers who enjoy symbolism and allusion will cherish Gilman's use of diverse folkloric elements to create an unforgettable realm and ideology." —Publishers Weekly
8.5 x 7 · 60pp · Spring 2010 · Issue 25 · Available on paper (wall, flat, or airplane-shaped) or onscreen
We’re very happy to release a new issue of LCRW into the world. Away, zine, away! And now with more translation!… More
Generation Loss Elizabeth HandStart reading | Listen. YouTube interview Believer Award Short List Shirley Jackson Award Finalist
Interfictions 2 Delia Sherman et al.November 2009: 21 original and innovative writers including Jeffrey Ford, Brian Francis Slattery, Nin Andrews, and M. Rickert, and more. Introduction by Henry Jenkins.
The Child Garden Geoff Ryman
Are you ready for polar bear families in London—who have their own black sheep: after all, what can a polar bear mining family do with a daughter who wants to write operas? And what is London to do with a unique woman who,… More
The Poison Oracle Peter Dickinson
“I think Peter Dickinson is hands down the best stylist as a writer and the most interesting storyteller in my genre.” —Sara Paretsky, author of Breakdown
“Small Beer Press, a small publishing company in … More
Horse of a Different Color Howard WaldropNovember 2013 · 9781618730732 · trade cloth and ebook Howard Waldrop’s stories are keys to the secret world of the stories behind the stories . . . or perhaps stories between the...
Moonlight is Bulletproof Alan DeNiro
A new short story from Alan DeNiro.
Jackson is a detective.
Jackson lives deep underground.
Jackson lets Dispatch project him into trouble spots around the world, where proxies perform the physical actions for the … More
Redwood and Wildfire Andrea Hairston
Tiptree Award Winner
At the turn of the 20th century, minstrel shows transform into vaudeville, which slides into moving pictures. Hunkering together in dark theatres, diverse audiences marvel at flickering images.… More
A Brood of Foxes Kristin Livdahl
Uncanny, sweet, and shot through with fairytale weirdness, A Brood of Foxes takes Joey Napoleon into a world as bizarre as anyone’s first adulthood—with a few differences. Set in a place where time has its own logic,… More
The Wild Girls Ursula K. Le Guin
Dirt children in a society of sword and silk, are determined to enter “that possible even when unattainable space in which there is room for justice” leading to a violent and loving end. Plus Le Guin’s… More
The Lucky Strike Kim Stanley Robinson
This astounding alternate history tale presents a dramatic encounter with destiny wrapped around the terrifying question of what might have happened if the fateful bomber flight over Hiroshima had gone a bit differently.… More
A Study in Lavender Joseph R.G. DeMarco et al.
What other characters from English literature have captivated hearts and minds as thoroughly as Sherlock Holmes and his loyal companion John Watson?
Many fans imagine the relationship between these men is deep and… More
Squaring the Circle Gheorghe Sasarman et al.
The idea of writing a book of brief descriptions of imaginary cities, condensing into it the grandure and tragedy of five milliennia of urban history, came to me by chance, while I was in charge of the Architecture and … More