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.
A government agent known as the Signalman embarks on an information exchange to learn more about an apocalyptic cult and the deadly fungoid it has unleashed…
When he delivers an occult tome to an old woman in Queens, a street-smart hustler opens a door to deeper kind of magic and attracts the attention of things best left sleeping…
An atmospheric Southern Gothic following the cursed Bradwin line, an aristocratic clan whose fortunes (and destruction) was built on the blood and bodies of Africa.
Kinnall Darival, exiled prince, risks all to spread love and the self, hoping to revert his world from a culture of self-denial and the repression of emotion.
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.
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.