The world is cursed. A monstrous fog consumes and remakes all things infected with the black fog. A community of Seers push back against the curse. These seers are all women who have been orphaned. They live and train together… Read More ›
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(editor’s note: This is a reprint of Paul Jessup’s introduction to Fabio Fernandes’ new collection, Love, an Archaeology, from Luna Press Publishing. Purchase direct from them here.) It is often said that science fiction is the literature of ideas, and… Read More ›
Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? The purpose of a review is to give you an inclination on whether or not you’re going to like a book. It’s not just a thumb’s up or thumb’s down, four or… Read More ›
Announcements: THE SILENCE THAT BINDS by Paul Jessup and FINCHES by A. M. Muffaz and EVIL IN TECHNICOLOR reviews!
Hello, to all the peoples of the internet. Management would like to take a moment to make a couple general announcements, and we thank you for your eyeballs and your attention! Management is thrilled to announce that the untitled novel… Read More ›
To read Open Your Eyes is to experience the magic of standing next to a furnace as a smith works, eyes and ears awakened to new sounds and techniques as each strike of the hammer forces you to blink. Keep your eyes open though. You won’t want to miss what happens next.
Weird Dream Society: An Anthology in Support of RAICES Edited by Julie C. Day With stories by: Nathan Ballingrud, Carina Bissett, Gregory Norman Bossert, Karen Bovenmyer, Christopher Brown, Emily Cataneo, Julie C. Day, Michael J Deluca, Gemma Files, A.T. Greenblatt,… Read More ›
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 ›
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 ›