Featured Friday! M. Ainihi

M. Ainihi is a passionate independent author and adventurer. She hails from the wilds of Upstate New York and is currently residing in the Chicagoland area. Ainihi mainly writes dark fantasy but dabbles in many genres. She is currently working on the third book in her epic fantasy series, The Blood Inheritance Quartet. What’s your... Continue Reading →

The Hike – Paul Weil

Erik has sewn a thousand tabs of LSD into the seam of the strap in his backpack. A sheet of Purple Ohms neatly cut into long strips of fifty-by-two and carefully wrapped in clear cellophane. He has kept fifty for the journey and has them stowed under the tight skin of his African drum. “We’re... Continue Reading →

Prometheus Awards for Corcoran and Vonnegut

The Libertarian Futurist Society has announced the 2019 winners of the Prometheus Awards for Best Novel and Hall of Fame (Best Classic Fiction). The LFS has chosen Causes of Separation (Morlock Publishing), by Travis Corcoran, as the 2019 winner of the Best Novel category of the 39th annual Prometheus Awards. LFS members also voted to... Continue Reading →

Out This Week! 8th July 2019

8th July 2019 - The Lightest Object in the Universe - Kimi Eisele What if the end times allowed people to see and build the world anew? This is the landscape that Kimi Eisele creates in her surprising and original debut novel. Evoking the spirit of such monumental love stories as Cold Mountain and the creative vision of novels like Station Eleven, The Lightest Object in the Universe imagines... Continue Reading →

Review – Wolves – C Gockel

Wolves is the first part of C. Gockel's I Bring The Fire series, initially a trilogy but now extended to eight full releases and several novellas. As is usual for self-published series of this length, you can pick up this introduction to the series for free, as I did. Wolves tells a story with many... Continue Reading →

Featured Friday! Laurie Bell

Laurie Bell is a once upon a time former teacher who has worked with children of all ages in the literary sphere. She is now an administrator and is the one to go to with any question. She is regularly featured by publications such as the Antipodean Science Fiction E-Magazine. A lover of fantasy and... Continue Reading →

In The Same Place – Matt Hobbs

‘Pull yourself together,’ Messalina said to Henri Delacourt, as they sat in the Limehouse Water Bar. The ancient poet in the tatty blue corduroy jacket stared down into his vodka club soda. She could only see bushy grey brows where eyes should be. So irritating, she thought; if you’re going to ask my opinion at... Continue Reading →

Miller and Newitz take Campbell Award Honours

The Campbell Conference Awards Banquet, at the University of Kansas in Lawrence KS, was the forum for the announcement of two award winners. The John W. Campbell Memorial Award for the best Science Fiction novel published in 2018 and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award for the best short fiction of 2018. Unlike most of the... Continue Reading →

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