In some respects, A.M. Muffaz’s novel Finches (paperback, Kindle) is a ghost story. But as they explain in the following email interview, there’s a lot more to this story, socially and politically, that makes it even scarier. https://paulsemel.com/exclusive-interview-finches-author-a-m-muffaz/ Paul Semel was kind enough… Read More ›
We Girls Stories of Driesch 4 By Julie C. Day Copyright 2021 All Rights Reserved Cover Art by Zachary Jernigan Cover Design by Sean Leddy Vernacular Books http://www.vernacularbooks.com (Want to purchase this title, to support the author and publisher?… Read More ›
We are pleased to announce that our upcoming novella, FINCHES by A. M. Muffaz, just got a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly! Muffaz’s debut novella explores ghosts of the heart and the home through gorgeous prose. Grandmother Jah finally returns… Read More ›
In another city at another time Elham would have been a respected craftsperson, a borosilicate glass blower who mastered the sweltering heat of both torch and kiln to form her own private vision of caretaker bead, memory vase, and family ring. But this is Driesch and Elham’s power, the thing that buoys her through the city’s many pitfalls, isn’t her glass work, it’s her mind.
QUEEN OF NONE is a feminist epic fantasy novel in a lot of innovative ways. It approaches the Court of Camelot from the perspective of Arthur’s sister, and hones in on her role and relationships at court. What inspired you to… Read More ›
When you ask an avid reader why they choose to spend so much of their time reading, you’re likely to get a variety of answers. Perhaps one of the most common — including my own personal reason — is because… Read More ›
We are very pleased to announce that we will be publishing a mosaic book by Bonnie Jo Stufflebeam in 2021, set in a magical place like our own, but haunted with bone animals, phantoms, and more. The mosaic explores the… Read More ›
The Star Seed Witches Meet at Midnight By Patrice Sarath Copyright 2021 All Rights Reserved Cover Art from “Study of Witches Going to their Sabbath” by Luis Ricardo Falero from Wikimedia Commons The Open 24 Hours sign was a beacon… Read More ›