Undead & Unbound is a book of fiction celebrating those who have returned from the grave — in all their glory and in whatever form they take. You will find the famous blood-drinkers and flesh eaters here, but also ghosts, patched-together reanimates, fiends of myth and folklore, and some not-so-easily-identifiable creatures from beyond the grave.
Nineteen tales take the undead to their... [click here for more]
WHAT IS THE BLUE NILE? An image of rare beauty and terror, fashioned of the unbound portion of an angry, deathless soul. A very special child who violates the natural laws of the living and the dead alike. An ancient sculpture that opens pathways of glory to anyone who dares possess it. An instrument of profound sound... [click here for more]
The city is called Redoubt.
And as far as anyone knows, it is the last.
Seven decades ago, there were cities upon cities; kingdoms and nations, the remains of ancient empire. Cultures at war, cultures at trade. Humans, dwarves, elves, and others. Magic and monsters, rare but real. Regions of desolation, but also regions of plenty. And so it was for millennia, through two dynamic ages the lorekeepers... [click here for more]
"Beautiful Sorrows is beautifully done from start to finish. Consider it highly recommended." Hellnotes, Brian M. Sammons
There is a place where sorrows pile up like snow and rest in your hair like cherry blossoms. Boys have wings, monsters fall in love, women fade into nothingness, and the bones of small children snap like twigs. Darkness will surely devour you--but it will be exquisitely... [click here for more]
Tales of guardian spirits and divine powers, demonic powers and ghosts encompass this anthology of all new fantasy and science fiction stories. Drawing on the rich tradition of place-as-person, the concept of 'genius loci' is indeed an ancient one and found in nearly every human mythology. Within its pages, the authors present stories of sentient deserts, beneficent forests, lonely shrubs, and protective... [click here for more]