Democracy isn't just a good idea - it's the foundation of the universe all the way down. Ignorance is no excuse for the cops and creeps and exterminators whose desires shaped the world. Knowledge is a little power, a dangerous thing, to the cross-dressers and risk-takers who understand enough to damage the world more to their liking. They all collude and collide on a driverless ride, each... [click here for more]
In 1974, something came out of the sea during the invasion of Cyprus, killing Greeks and Turks indiscriminately until it was bombed into dormancy and entombed.
In 1988 a rock band disappeared while filming on an abandoned island-town off the coast of Japan.
In 1991, a squad of US infantry was attacked in Iraq by a bulletproof, invisible entity.
"Mask of the Other" connects these disparate... [click here for more]
A WORLD IN THE SHADOW OF TITANS
Ever since the 1950s, the world has thrilled to impossible heroes... when it's not the plaything of monstrous villains. But however fierce the clashes between Egghead and Lab Rat, or Javelin and Black Marvel, the one thing none of them can do is explain the source or nature of their abilities. Humanity can only watch as powers in defiance of physics... [click here for more]
Horror, science fiction and fantasy short stories by Greg Stolze, featuring sailing, swordplay, witty rejoinders, emotional turmoil and also the physical kind. Scary Face collects some of Greg Stolze's renowned short work for Delta Green and Unknown Armies along with entirely new works about alien pornographers, teen mothers, sailors, gangsters and nocturnal physicians.
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THANK YOU FOR SCREAMING compiles years of Greg Stolze's short horror stories alongside other works of crime fiction, fantasy, SF, alleged 'realism' and one piece of award-winning creative nonfiction. It's got vampires in therapy, a 'perfect murder,' and a lonesome robot longing for its original feet.
That's without even discussing the works in the Lovecraft Mythos vein, in which a bronze-age grandma... [click here for more]