Stories from the Victorian master of horror William Hope Hodgson. Enter the world of the Night Land and have your reality stretched in the Borderlands when you discover some ancient manuscripts. The masterful story-telling will chill you in a way that makes you question all around you. Tread carefully through these lands or risk all. ... [click here for more]
One of the greatest poetic epics ever written, the tale of the Iliad tells the tale of the great war of the Greeks against the Trojans to recover a runaway bride of a great Greek king. The main hero, Achilles, goes along for the glory and servitude of the war and ends up showing just how human this supposedly immortal hero can be. ... [click here for more]
After the brutal war with the Trojans and the mourning of the death of Achilles, the heroic king Ulysses sets course for home but in the process insults the god Poseidon. The angry god causes Ulysses and his crew to wander the sea for years as they get tempted by banished gods, fight off mighty monsters and even descend to the gates of the Greek hell, Tartarus, to rescue a wayward crew member. Meanwhile... [click here for more]
Skald’s at one time were the one that passed down the ancient stories among the Viking clans, trusting these famed story tellers to pass down the wisdom of past generations down to young and old alike. Within these pages are some of those stories told by the Icelandic skald’s. Stories of their ancient heroes and the eventual journey west which brought them to their new volcanic and cold... [click here for more]
Lu Hsun (also known as Lu Xun), was the pen name of Zhou Shuren (1881—1936), a leading figure of modern Chinese literature. Writing in Vernacular Chinese as well as Classical Chinese, Lu Xun was a short story writer, editor, translator, literary critic, essayist, and poet. In the 1930s he became the titular head of the League of Left-Wing Writers in Shanghai.
Lu Xun was born into a family of... [click here for more]
Wildside Press continues its 4-novels-in-1 releases with The Classic Mystery Novel MEGAPACK! Here are 4 great classic mysteries from the Golden Age of crime fiction!
THE SIXTH SENSE, by Stephen McKenna A fine Edwardian whodunit, with a touch of Oscar Wilde and a pinch of George Bernard Shaw. It builds from a slow start to a thrilling escape drama in the third act. Don't miss it! DEATH IN THE BACK... [click here for more]