Prime and Lethe

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Two of our busier presses are busy. Tautology 101, that’s me. Lethe just dropped a new issue of Icarus and a dozen new titles on us. Eye catchy (ouch!) books include Latter-Gay Saints: An Anthology of Gay Mormon Fiction (fantastic title!) and  the 2013 edition of Heiresses of Russ edited by Tenea D. Johnson. That’s just on the fiction side. There is a lot of interesting nonfiction there, too. Here’s one more of each camp, fiction/nonfiction:

The Princess and the Outlaw: Tales from the Torrid Past

The Princess and the Outlaw: Tales from the Torrid Past Jean Roberta
The women awaiting you in these pages might be fierce Amazons in ancient Greece, maidens and princesses of the medieval era, ingenues like Alice awaiting new and more sensual adventures beyond the rabbit hole, or outlaws… More

Where Thy Dark Eye Glances: Queering Edgar Allan Poe Steve Berman et al.
The canon of Edgar Allan Poe, one of the foremost writers of dark and atmospheric fiction and poetry, offers readers haunted shores teeming with various erudite men brooding in the waning light over their feelings for… More

Ok, so, Prime? Well besides two more Masque books due next week—one starting a new serial—and half a dozen books up already, preorders for their new magazine The Dark are going very well and Paula Guran’s The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: 2013 has a good chance of being in the bestseller list for this month. It’s that or:

Zombies: Shambling Through the Ages Steve Berman et al.
It’s a wonder humanity ever survived into the twenty-first century. Even Neanderthals knew to bury the dead beneath stones to prevent corpses from rising. Ancient civilizations feared slain warriors would return…

Zombies: Shambling Through the Ages The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror: 2013

 

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