Who willingly walks into a haunted house?
Ghost hunters explore dark places, investigate clues and uncover secrets of the dead. Evidence of an afterlife may prove elusive and few hunters recognize some things are best left buried and forgotten.
Suspense and intrigue lurks inside HAUNTED: 11 Tales of Ghostly Horror. Unlock the clues in these eleven mysteries:
+ A curious ghost hunter tracks... [click here for more]
Resistance. Revolution. Standing up and demanding to have your space, your say, your right to be. From small acts of defiance to protests that shut down cities, Do Not Go Quietly is an anthology of science fiction and fantasy short stories about those who resist. Within this anthology, we will chronicle the fight for what is just and right, and what that means: from leading revolutions to the simple... [click here for more]
Contains the following dark SF stories from the online zine Apex Magazine:
"Post Apocalypse" - James Walton Langolf "These Days" - Katherine Sparrow "In the Seams" - Andrew C. Porter "The Nature of Blood" - George Mann "Scenting the Dark" - Mary Robinette Kowal "The Limb Knitter" - Steven Francis Murphy "I Know an Old Lady" - Nathan Rosen "Blakenjel" - Lavie Tidhar "Behold: Skowt!" - Jason Heller... [click here for more]
Almost Heaven…or is it?
The mountain's enduring beauty holds something dark. Something dreadful. Something hungry for our flesh, our brains. Something dead yet not quite dead, driven by magic as old as the coal seams and the hills.
Come see the dark side of the mountains where the undead walk. Appalachia stands against an ever-hungry, never-tiring army created by the region's own mysteries and... [click here for more]
What does it take to become a Hugo and Stoker Award-nominated editor and publisher?
Follow Jason Sizemore’s unconventional professional path as it winds through a tiny, overheated Baptist church deep within the coal fields of Appalachia, Kentucky, past a busted printer and a self-serving boss that triggered an early mid-life crisis and the epiphany that he should open a magazine spreading the... [click here for more]
Visit the edgier side of science fiction. From funkadelic airships to post-apocalyptic advertising, you're sure to find brilliant and original short fiction in our second Book of Apex. These stories represent the second year of original online content from Apex Magazine. Enjoy work from acclaimed story masters such as Jennifer Pelland, Ekaterina Sedia, Mary Robinette Kowal, Peter M. Ball, Seanan McGuire,... [click here for more]
This anthology collects some of the best original short fiction published in Apex Magazine over the past six years. The stories include our numerous award-nominated works, our readers' Story of the Year selections, and personal favorites chosen by Apex Magazine editor-in-chief Jason Sizemore and managing editor Lesley Conner.
TABLE OF CONTENTS Jackalope Wives by Ursula Vernon Going Endo by Rich... [click here for more]
Apex Magazine is a monthly science fiction, fantasy, and horror magazine featuring original, mind-bending short fiction from many of the top pros of the field. New issues are released on the first Tuesday of every month. This month we welcome guest editor Maurice Broaddus. EDITORIAL Not Here to Check Boxes—Maurice Broaddus FICTION Cut, Cut, Cut—Walter Mosley Aunt Dissy's Policy Dream... [click here for more]
Features four short stories and one poem.
Fiction: "A Poor Man's Roses" by Alethea Kontis "To Dream of Stars: An Astronomer's Lament" by Peter M. Ball "Yellow Warblers" by Jason Sizemore "Ghost Technology From the Sun" by Paul Jessup
Poetry: "After, Thoughs--A Pantoum"--by J.C. Hay
Non-Fiction: Interview with Brandon Massey by Maurice Broaddus... [click here for more]