Finches by A.M. Muffaz is keeping excellent company as a World Fantasy Award finalist in the novella category! Please pick up a copy or email us for a complimentary ebook, if you can prove you are an attending member. I… Read More ›
Journey to the liminal space with acclaimed author and Nebula Award finalist Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam in her debut collection of interconnected stories that span from past to future among the dead and the living: bones of extinct species wander a… Read More ›
The Wasp Child is the perfect book for anyone who has ever felt like they don’t belong. Take heart. You will find your people; you will find a place to call home.
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Vernacular Books is excited to reveal the cover for Elana Gomel’s forthcoming novel Nightwood! Available for pre-order at Smashwords and Amazon as an ebook now, this book is sure to delight fans of dark fantasy, horror, folktales and fairytales. All… Read More ›
Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam’s collection Where You Linger will be coming out on July 11 of this year! “Haunting and compassionate. From sentient animal skeletons to phantoms to imperfect androids, Stufflebeam’s deft explorations of love, memory, and grief will phase through… Read More ›
Rhiannon Rasmussen’s debut SF novella, The Wasp Child, was recently reviewed by Kirkus, who had nothing but good things to say. “A well-written story of transformation that’s both emotional and thought-provoking.” -Kirkus Reviews Rasmussen’s sci-fi story follows Kesh, who is… Read More ›
When exo-geologist James Blackthorne volunteers to survey a newly-discovered planet, he falls for Aveliin, an indigenous Zil receiving an experimental drug designed to align the species’ sleep cycles with human ones. But, of course, “The course of true love never did run smooth.” Especially when it “was different in blood.”