In an enchanted land where no one can die, can Death truly be kept away? Oz is about to find out.
Directly following the events of Glinda of Oz, Princess Ozma experiences horrible nightmares of impending death and destruction of her beloved fairy country. Despite the comfort of her best friend, Dorothy Gale, and her other companions, Ozma can't shake the feeling that something bad truly... [click here for more]
Marcus wakes up in a surreal state of urgency and foreboding. Something is wrong, yet he can't perceive exactly what. As he makes his way through the morning getting ready for work, little things begin to add up like clues to a horrible truth that awaits him. Will the dream hold up or fall? Will life? A short work of surreal literature from our experimental line The Lab.
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Jamie Race is on the run. Not surprising for the world’s first shapeshifter. All that stands between Jaime and a lifetime of incarceration are his wits, his unique ability and two girls, Amy and Celeste. A clandestine government organisation, the Company, killed his mother and is pursuing him relentlessly. Things couldn’t get much... [click here for more]
In 2010, author Bryl R. Tyne introduced the character of Zagzagel, the angel with a tormented heart, and the fantasy and LGBTQ literary worlds were forever changed. Readers fell in love with Zag (as he was affectionately known) and his determination to do his job and please Big Papa while wrestling with his own conflicted feelings and desire to be loved.
For the first time ever, all six stories that... [click here for more]
Twice the Terror!What’s worse than one megalodon on the loose? Two megs on the rampage!
In MONSTER SHARK, the outcast triton Umira tries to protect a shipful of ungrateful treasure hunters from a ravening monster. While in ZOMBIE SHARK, a young mage tries to protect her lover from the undead tool of warlock’s revenge.
Both novellas... [click here for more]
Fletcher Flora enjoyed a long career as a pulp fiction and mystery writer, and among his works we discovered a number of "daring" (for the time -- they are quite modest by modern standards) novels of lesbian love (some with crime elements).
All were published as paperback originals from somewhat-less-than-respectable publishing companies -- Strange Sisters in 1954 and Desperate Asylum... [click here for more]