Winter. Cold snow blowing through, that dark hours of nature that mimic death. These are the days of isolation, and long hours of darkness. The sun barely exists in the winter. Add in the raging pandemic, and going outdoors becomes… Read More ›
Publisher’s Weekly heaped praise on Queen of None by Natania Barron, calling it “a layered, engaging retelling sure to please fans of the Arthurian tales.” Be sure to read the full review and then pre-order your copy today!
In this debut from Kevin St. Jarre (Encircle Publications, November 2020) when Tom Tibbets finds himself in a small town in New Hampshire writing refrigerator news for the local rag, he realizes the people in his apartment complex are far… Read More ›
Is there such a thing as complete enlightenment? Last Days meets “The Court Magician” by Sarah Pinsker.
(spoilers ahead) This week my journey to read all the award-nominated and award winning short fiction from the last decade led me to Sarah Pinsker’s “The Court Magician”, which originally appeared in Lightspeed and was nominated for a Nebula. Narrated… Read More ›