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Mummy150 The Mammoth Book of the Mummy

“Paula Guran has curated an anthology that could do more for mummy fiction than anything in the past decade, and is sure to bind and capture the imaginations of readers.”


Feast-150 A Feast of Shadows: Stories

Angela Slatter’s first U.S. collection features twelve of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Award-winning Australian author’s finest, darkest fairy tales, and adds two new novellas to her marvelous cauldron of fiction.


MBoKaiju-150 The Mammoth Book of Kaiju

Kaiju: Every roar from these giant monsters shakes the earth, every footstep wreaks havoc; a simple stroll lays waste to cities and wreaks havoc on all. A truly mammoth compilation of mega-monster stories to feed your need for killer kaiju!


YamadaEmperor-150 Yamada Monogatori: The Emperor in Shadow

Richard Parks’ fourth Yamada Monogatori book (and third novel) finds Lord Yamada helping Prince Kanemore ensure that Princess Teiko’s son, Takahito, inherits the Chrysanthemum Throne. Unfortunately, assuming the throne proves to be the easy part . . .


YBSFFNovellas2016-150 The Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy Novellas: 2016

Anthology featuring some of the year’s best novella-length science fiction and fantasy. Gathering a wide variety of excellent SF and fantasy, this anthology of “short novels” showcases the talents of both established masters and new writers. (Includes Hugo Award-winning “Binti” by Nnedi Okorafor) . . .


Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2016The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2016

Modern authors carry on the disquieting traditions of the past while inventing imaginative new ways to unsettle us. The best dark fantasy and horror of 2015: more than 500 pages of tales from some of today’s finest writers of the fantastique—sure to delight as well as disturb.


The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2016

Rich Horton returns with the eighth annual edition of outstanding science fiction and fantasy by some of the genre’s greatest authors: your guide to magical realms and worlds beyond tomorrow…


GhostSummer-150Ghost Summer: Stories

Winner of the British Fantasy Award! “In these extraordinary tales, American Book Award-winner Due uses a clear-eyed view of history to explain (but never excuse) the present . . . Even facing the end of the world and what comes after it, Due remains in control, carefully unveiling characters’ thoughts and feelings to her enthralled readers.”


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The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novellas by Paula Guran

The Year's Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novellas

by Paula Guran

Giveaway ends October 03, 2016.

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Tananarive Due & Her Chair

The Wall Street Journal story on our Tananarive Due… and her chair!

Haven’t gotten a copy of her collection Ghost Summer? (It has been nominated for so many awards we can’t keep track.) Get with it! Second printing will de delivered to our distributor soon!


Looking for Some Great Summer Reads?


The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Novellas:2016,The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2016 and The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2016 are all available! That should keep you busy. (Don’t forget your sunscreen!)

The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror Now Available!


The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Now Available!


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June: Swords Against Darkness, ed. Paula Guran
June: Ex Libris: Stories of Librarians, Libraries, and Lore, ed. Paula Guran
July: The Year’s Best Science Fiction & Fantasy: 2017 Edition, ed. Rich Horton
Aug:The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: 2017 Edition, ed. Paula Guran
Sept: Clarkesworld Magazine: A 10th Anniversary Anthology, eds. Neil Clarke & Sean Wallace
Oct: Witches Brew: Stories for the Season, ed. Paula Guran
Nov: The Promise of Space and Other Stories, James Patrick Kelly (collection)
Dec: Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine: A Decade of Hugo & Nebula Award Winning Stories, 1995-2015, ed. Sheila Williams

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