For too long the disciplines of thaumatic ursology and political science have held themselves apart, each asserting its own unique magisterium.
Isn't it time someone brought these two disparate fields to synthesis?
In this revolutionary collection of short stories from the first international symposium on magical bears in the context of contemporary political theory, Dr. Moran reports on such diverse... [click here for more]
The Imperium is a vast human empire spanning hundreds of light years in a distant galaxy. The Imperium encompasses thousands of planets, each teaming with tales of intrigue and adventure.
The Imperium Chronicles Collection includes short stories set against the backdrop of these innumerable worlds. They include people of different social and economic backgrounds, from a wealthy,... [click here for more]
A Rising Fall is the first book in a dystopian trilogy entitled City:aliteraryconcerto. The story starts ten years after the blackout as a group of humans struggling to fight off a conscious famine, try to re-learn empathy to save humanity in an old industrial assembly plant. In 3 days; feigned affection, deception and a black heart will take them further into the repression of their own fears in search... [click here for more]
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Superstition explores the difference between an old wives' tale and an omen. When do you listen and when is it just a laugh among friends? Sometimes there's belief - a knowing - that in a pile of superstitions, one or two will really happen. Throwing salt over your shoulder won't be enough. What will you do then? A work of super short... [click here for more]
On the night of 'The March', The Teacher will find himself, in the most profound and liberating test of his ideals. Part philosophical and politcal satire, and part gut wrenching horror, The Anarchist, proving once again that C.SeanMcGee is to be found neither on the left nor the right of traditional and scholared ideology, points an ironic, poignant and articuate finger at idealism and its literal... [click here for more]