Winner of the 2012 Luminis Prize!"Could not put down the Kindle once started""Twisty! Turny! Magical! Wonderful!""...I figured I knew how exactly how it was going to end. I was completely wrong."
The onmyouji Tsurugu no Kiyomori, a practitioner of the mystic arts, has... [click here for more]
Finalist for the Sunburst Award, the Aurora Award, and the Canadian Broadcast Corporation's Bookies Award
Chimerascope [ki-meer-uh-skohp] -- a story of many parts... A young artist hungers to draw you. A dinner conversation takes three lifetimes to finish. A geologist faces a planet-sized, eons-old puzzle to save her crew. The... [click here for more]
Aurora Award Finalist story from a multi-award winning author
We all have things we hide away inside—secrets, fears, aspects of ourselves we keep locked away. Or try to.
In that respect, the characters we meet in Douglas Smith's Impossibilia are like any of us. They have things inside them too. Only their things are a little... different.
A dead wife that... [click here for more]
Alphabeast Soup follows the whimsical adventures of an intrepid wizard and his loyal team of hapless minions as they collect the bizarre ingredients of a mystical potion in hopes of curing the tummy troubles of a gluttonous king. Along the way they encounter such unusual creatures as:
The frost-lurking Ubbubb, who slides over snowy hills on a sled made of minion hide.
The incorrigably cute Flounce,... [click here for more]
DivinityWicked the Metaverse
A collection of 7 Short Stories set in the Godchild Metaverse. Learn about the frightening and horrific setting of Godchild where grinning bodies hang from the sky and God is dead.
This publication contains:
Gaze at the Master God through the Mind Probe One.
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Eccentric Symmetries, 20 fantasy short stories spanning the forty-year career of author Nancy Springer, showcases tales ranging from the quirky to the transcendent. Including mythic tales of long ago and far away such as award-winner “The Boy Who Plaited Manes,” this collection also contains wry, sometimes humorous contemporary fantasy stories such as "Rumple What?" and... [click here for more]