A collection of Lansdale’s short fiction, collecting eight stories of horror, mystery, adventure, zombies, mule racing, and unnatural steam shovel lust.
A massive collection of China Mieville’s short fiction, totaling 28 stories such as: “The Dowager of Bees,” “Säcken,” “After the Festival,” “Polynia,” and others.
Avice Benner Cho returns to Embassytown, home of the enigmatic Hosts and soon to be a flashpoint as cultures, factions, and even languages come into conflict.
A collection of one short novel and four novellas/novelets, showcasing some of C.L. Moore’s best solo science fiction offerings from the late ’40s and early ’50s.
The sleepy towns and pristine wilderness deep in the Appalachias house dark and sinister evil, and various inhuman monsters. It’s up to John the Balladeer to set things right.
Fritz Leiber’s World Fantasy Award-winning take on the lurking, eldritch horror popularized by H.P. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith. Set in San Francisco, it deals with madness and horrors breeding in the cities of modern man.
Continuing on with our Octoberly theme of dark, weird, and horror fiction, George R.R. Martin’s collection of early short stories. These are strange and eldritch stories, of dying worlds and human ascension, of horrific alien pets and heretical religions.
Disillusioned Great War vet is sucked into a world of fantasy and intrigue, finding himself on the deck of a golden Babylonian vessel upon which an evil priest and good priestess have raged war eternally.