An Anthology of Recent Queer Science Fiction and Fantasy from Award-Winning Editor Paula Guran
Speculative fiction imagines drastically diverse ways of being and worlds that are other than the one with which we are familiar. Queerness is a natural fit for such fiction, so one would expect it to be customarily included.
Unlike the Gothic, which tends to fixate on the past, the haunted, and the ghostly, early weird fiction tends to probe, instead, the very boundaries of reality, exploring the laws and limits of time, space, and matter.
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a sixpence for her shoe.A woman realizes she was meant to decline a wedding invitation, but only after she's arrived. Can she borrow some of a stranger's charm to make it through an awkward night?
Ghastly castles, haunted mansions, shadowy forests and long, dark corridors... This new addition to the Gothic Fantasy series is packed with tales of terror, bringing together the new and the familiar, the unusual and the unexpected.
Science fiction stories of pandemic-inspired ingenuity, grit, and determination.
Since Odysseus’ curious crew first unleashed the bag of winds gifted him by Aeolus, the God of Winds, literature has been awash with tales of bad or strange weather.
The annual—and essential—collection of the newest voices in short fiction, selected this year by Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Kali Fajardo-Anstine, and Beth Piatote.
Who are the most promising short story writers working today? Where do we look to discover the future stars of literary fiction? This book will offer a dozen answers to these questions.
Readers seeking exotic locales and nonstop pulse-pounding thrills will love this collection of six classic adventure stories, beginning with The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell, one of the best-known short stories, about a hunt designed for very specific prey. Other timeless tales include To Build a Fire by Jack London, The Caballero's Way by O.
The most celebrated science fiction short story editor of our time, multi-award-winning editor and Locus Magazine critic Jonathan Strahan presents the definitive collection of best short science fiction of 2020.
With short works from some of the most lauded science fiction authors, as well as rising stars, this science fiction collection displays the top talent and cutting-edg
Four writers, four different perspectives on the problematic notion of purity.
A chilling collection of classic weird and supernatural tales from the dark heart of American literature
A ground-breaking anthology of the best contemporary northern writing from Dead Ink and Bloomsbury, showcasing the wealth of literary talent in the North of England.