“In 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set out on an expedition to explore the uncharted American frontier. This is the story of the monsters they discovered lurking in the wilds…”
A collection of nineteen stories by the “enfants terribles” of the genre — striking and original works by up-and-coming authors writing the fantasy of the future… today.
Continuing on with the theme of pop culture art. It’s hard to believe that Harry Potter turns twenty this year! …
I recently made the mistake of re-watching the three Hobbit movies. Aside from whatever other complaints I could make about …
“When the wizards of the Autumnlands reach through time to bring back a legendary hero, they don’t get the savior they expected. But in a shattered, besieged city, he’s their only hope of survival-and possibly their entire world’s, as well.”
With the Soviets trying to steal body-swapping magic, the FBI asks Aphra Marsh to return to her abandoned hometown of Innsmouth to stop them.
Gunslinger and drug-addict Gorel of Goliris partners with a motley crew of ner-do-wells to steal a magical artifact in a retro swords-and-sorcery adventure.
Dennis Beaumont returns home to London after the Great War ends, lost in a haze of memories and trauma, haunted by his attempt to save a wounded soldier in the fields of France.
A retelling of the “12 Dancing Princesses” folktale by way of Zelda Fitzgerald and jazz age opulence, descending down a hotel speak-easy into the realm of faerie.
A child is shocked by what he sees, flees to the city, but is brought back to live with his increasingly deranged parent. Hope seems lost, until the arrival of a strange record-taker with a gun.
The surviving members of a ’70s acid-folk band relive their strange days at Wylding Hall for a modern-day documentary, retelling the strange disappearance of their lead singer.