A collection of weird fiction and dark, supernatural fantasies inspired by dreams and nightmares, written by the now-overlooked Edward Lucas White.
Ambrose Bierce was a prolific short-story writer, satirist, editor, and journalist; he remains one of the more important and vivid …
Cover art for Jules Verne’s “Fitzroy” edition translations, printed by Ace Books in the 1960s-70s.
A collection of fourteen early science fiction stories, all written by female authors, originally published between 1873 and 1930.
Intellectual working-class hero Ernest Everhard takes on fascist conspiracy to rule the world, retold in the form of his wife’s aggrandized diary entries. Warning: didactic.
Jack London applies his skill at naturalistic adventures to a tale of the Pleistocene, following the adventures of proto-humans in a savage eon.