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.
The first collection by South African author Lauren Beukes, Slipping contains 21 short stories in a science fiction/horror vein, along with 5 nonfiction pieces.
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.
I’m pretty sure everyone and their cousin has already seen these, but I wanted to share them anyway… One of …
Tom Holbrook kills himself to arrive at a purgatorial shadow-world, hell-bent on making a former college friend suffer for the murder of Tom’s crush…
An intriguing collection of 22 genre stories written by literary/mainstream authors not usually noted for writing SFF.
The Snow White fairytale recast through the lens of the gritty Old West, an enchanting glimpse through the looking glass at guns, blood, women, and race.
An aging warrior-poet answers a summons to war, fighting for the young queen of Viriconium, city at the end of time. Far-future decay clothed in the raiments of sword-and-sorcery.
“That country where it is always turning late in the year. That country where the hills are fog and the rivers are mist; where noons go quickly, dusks and twilights linger, and midnights stay.”
Reverend Jebediah Mercer picked the wrong day to hold a revival at Mud Creek—the townsfolk just hung themselves an indian shaman, who cursed the town so its dead will rise…