Anyone who knows me knows I love short fiction. I love reading it, I love writing it, it just feels so perfect. Novels have their place, don’t get me wrong, but when it comes to just sitting down and reading… Read More ›
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Three Novellas that Examine the Power and Possibilities of Language–and a Language that Makes Users Human Lie Detectors.
Language is a slippery thing. I often marvel that American high schools require four years of English but not math or history, and think that it’s because rhetoric, language, and the grit that it takes to grasp and wield are… Read More ›
Please join Vernacular Books and some of our amazing authors for a celebration of the season of autumn, dark fantasy, horror, and change at 8:30 Eastern, 7:30 Central, on Thursday, October 29, to chat with us about all sorts of… Read More ›
I wanted to take a moment and thank everyone who took the time to post a review of one of our titles at Amazon and Goodreads and anywhere else. It’s one of the most helpful things that a reader can… Read More ›
As of this writing, hard copies of Natania Barron’s new book Queen of None are not widely available. That isn’t for lack of trying, however. We’ve done so much handwringing we will need physical therapy and my finger is sprained… Read More ›