An alternate history that posits a Southern victory in the American Civil War, leading to a reconstructed North living in the shadow of a Southern empire.
This classic alternate history examines the England of 1968, after Queen Elizabeth was assassinated and the Spanish Armada led to the successful Catholic conquest of England.
When Tom Carmody wins an intergalactic sweepstakes, the trouble isn’t collecting it–the trouble is the odyssey to get home after he’s picked up his Prize…
The best SF novel Hitler (n)ever wrote! Spinrad’s alt-history satire casts Adolf Hitler as a pulp author living out his fantasies of world domination via trashy post-apocalyptic novels.
The United States has capitulated, sealing its defeat against the Communists. But when one dairy farmer discovers a lost state secret, the world may be freed again…
The second in Stirling’s Lords of Creation series brings us to Mars, in the proper tradition of Burroughs, Bradbury, and Brackett. This one was even better than The Sky People.
Venture back, long ago, to the far-away world… of Venus. An amazing pastiche-slash-homage to the likes of Burroughs, done with modern sensibilities and writing style.
Danish resistance fighter finds himself transported from a 1940s battlefield to the borderlands between the realms of Faeire and the lands of Arthur and Charlemagne. Swords and sorcery ensue.
When Confederate nurse Mercy Lynch hears that her estranged father is dying out in Seattle, she embarks on a journey wroght with peril, travelling by airship, riverboat, and Union battle-train.
A lengthy look at a rest and recuperation center for soldiers fighting a war across the time-streams. A unique Hugo winner closer to a stage play than a novel.