AURORA AWARD WINNER from a multi-award winning author. "Doug Smith is, quite simply, the finest short-story writer Canada has ever produced in the science fiction and fantasy genres, and he's also the most prolific. His stories are a treasure trove of riches that will touch your heart while making you think." —Robert J. Sawyer, Hugo Award-winning author... [click here for more]
S.PETERSEN’S FIELD GUIDE TO LOVECRAFTIAN HORRORS A Field Observer’s Handbook of Preternatural Entities and Beings from Beyond The Wall of Sleep "With its clear visuals and hard-won information, this guide has saved my bacon on more thanvone occasion!"
—Ernest P. Wilderbeast, Visiting Professor of Preternatural Studies Miskatonic University Weird shapes... [click here for more]
A shapeshifter hero battles ancient spirits, a covert government agency, and his own dark past in a race to solve a murder that could mean the end of the world.
"I can’t remember the last time I read a book that spoke to me, so eloquently, and so deeply, on so many levels. ... I’ll be rereading it in the future because it’s that sort of... [click here for more]
The Mental Shrillness ward will shock with six twist ending horror tales:
Memorial Day Descent - experience a showdown between an old mansion and a soldier's painful, recurring war memories. A first place story contest winner.
Pains in the Glass - Tim and Wanda love each other but neither sees the cracks in their flawed marriage looking glass. Today is the day one learns of betrayal... [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]