The multiple Locus Award-winning annual collection of the year's best science fiction stories.
Imagine horror where black characters aren't all tropes and the first to die; imagine a world written by black sisters where black women and femmes are in the starring roles. From flesh-eating plants to flesh-eating bees; zombies to vampires to vampire-eating vampire hunters; ghosts, revenants, witches and werewolves, this book has it all.
The publication of "The White Chalk of Days: The Contemporary Ukrainian Literature Series Anthology" commemorates the tenth year of the Contemporary Ukrainian Literature Series.
"This is a wonderful collection of authors from America and around the world. Centuries are covered, making this a great resource for English teachers and any lover of literature." -- Life Community Church
50 Great Short Stories is a comprehensive selection from the world’s finest short fiction. The authors
Georgia Center for the Book has chosen Atlanta Noir as one of 2018's Books All Georgians Should Read
Kenji Jasper's "A Moment of Clarity at the Waffle House" nominated for a 2018 Edgar Award for Best Short Story
Offering diverse perspectives on the black experience, this anthology of short fiction spotlights works by influential African-American authors. Nearly 30 outstanding stories include tales by W. E. B. Du Bois, Zora Neale Hurston, Claude McKay, and Jamaica Kincaid.
Embracing a wide variety of subjects, this choice collection of 13 short stories represents the work of an elite group of American women writing in the 19th and earthly 20th centuries.
Horror stories, science fiction, detective stories and satirical sketches -the variety of Poe will chill and delight
Wonderfully wide-ranging and enjoyable, this outstanding collection features short stories by great 19- and 20th-century writers from America, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Western Europe.
Over the centuries, extraterrestrial hunters of the Yautja race—also known as the Predators—have encountered (and stalked) humans on Earth and in the depths of space. Offered here are sixteen all-new stories of such hunts, written by many of today’s most extraordinary authors:
Kevin J. Anderson
The Book of Tokyo collects 10 stories by some of Japan’s most exciting contemporary short story writers. Together, the stories form a kind of literary map of the city’s ever-changing districts through its fiction.