How to Normal Tarot is the companion book for the Normal Tarot (Note that you will have to buy it separately, as cards and books can't ship from the same printer on here). The Caretaker runs Normal Horoscopes, a fantastic blog of horoscopes and mystical advice. The blog is still updating daily now on Tumblr, and the Caretaker, the blog's tender, can be found on twitter and patreon as well at @NormalHoroscopes... [click here for more]
FURIOUSLY PROGNOSTICATING represents the journey of the Normal Horoscopes blog over its first seven months. The blog is still updating daily now on Tumblr, and the Caretaker, the blog's tender, can be found on twitter and patreon as well at @NormalHoroscopes
Funny, touching, and at times just downright spot on, the Caretaker takes on the burdens, worries, and fortune requests of all their readers... [click here for more]
BLASTS FROM THE PAST…
The Sixth World has always been a grim, violent place, where your life can be measured in heartbeats from one minute to the next. And whether you’re an experienced shadowrunner, or someone who’s entered the shadows looking for safety, or to hide—or perhaps start a new life altogether—well, they can be dark, deep, and dangerous, no matter how well-prepared... [click here for more]
A 21st CENTURY BESTIARY
The magic of bestiaries, or dictionaries of mythological creatures, has been captivating the human imagination since ancient times. Now, Stone Skin Press brings a fresh take on these compendiums of the fantastic with its latest anthology—Gods, Memes and Monsters. Featuring over sixty authors, this stunning international volume offers entries and short stories that range from... [click here for more]
We dream, and we tell stories. We dream of love and the sort of person who might complete us. We dream of horror and wake breathless. We dream of magic, of flying through the air, or breathing underwater. We dream of fantastic vistas and amazing monsters.
We dream, and then we wake, and we tell stories. Our dreams create the Kithain, the changelings. Our stories are sustenance. ... [click here for more]
24 Scenes of Bronze Age Fantasy for you to Color!
Enjoy coloring an amazing array of scenes, with fantastic images from Greg Stafford's Glorantha and the award-winning RuneQuest RPG.
Turn This..... Into This
Create your own technicolor cure for generic fantasy. ... [click here for more]
Two decades ago, sidhe changeling Morgan Daniels watched her oathmates cross through Silver’s Gate and enter the faerie homeland of Arcadia. Now no longer a childling, Morgan hears a call, letting her know it is time for her friends to come home.
In Arcadia, Morgan’s oathmates engage in a battle to return to Morgan and the Mortal Realm they left behind. A new quest awaits them, one for the elusive... [click here for more]
How to Normal Tarot, 2nd Ed Gold is the companion book for the Normal Tarot Gold edition (Note that you will have to buy it separately, as cards and books can't ship from the same printer on here). The Caretaker runs Normal Horoscopes, a fantastic blog of horoscopes and mystical advice. The blog is still updating daily now on Tumblr, and the Caretaker, the blog's tender, can be found on twitter and... [click here for more]
How to Normal Tarot, 2nd Ed Silver is the companion book for the Normal Tarot Silver edition (Note that you will have to buy it separately, as cards and books can't ship from the same printer on here). The Caretaker runs Normal Horoscopes, a fantastic blog of horoscopes and mystical advice. The blog is still updating daily now on Tumblr, and the Caretaker, the blog's tender, can be found on twitter... [click here for more]
Aesop’s Modern Fables
These confusing times of Internet trolls, one-percenters, toxic fame, and impending singularity cry out for clarity—the clarity found in Aesop’s 2,500 year old fables.
70 writers from across the creative spectrum bring their modern sensibilities to this classic format. Zombies, dog-men and robot wasps mingle with cats, coyotes and cockroaches. Parables ranging from the... [click here for more]
Welcome to Glitter & Mayhem, the most glamorous party in the multiverse.
Step behind the velvet rope of these fabulous Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror tales of roller rinks, nightclubs, glam aliens, party monsters, drugs, sex, glitter, and debauchery.
Dance through nightclubs, roller derby with cryptids and aliens, be seduced by otherworldly creatures, and ingest cocktails that... [click here for more]
Your average book on mythology will tell about, say, Hades, and in the course of it mention that he was a death divinity. If you want to learn about death divinities in general, then you've still got a lot of work ahead of you.
This book approaches things from the opposite direction, which should be useful for worldbuilders. Rather than tell you about individual gods, this book explains... [click here for more]
WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF NEO BABYLON…
The people of Neo Babylon are not just futuristic elves, dwarves, orcs, and goblins. They aren’t just people empowered by magic. They aren’t just living in an alternate Babylon-flavored world. They aren’t just window dressing for our games, Gangs of the Undercity or Subversion… They are people, just like us. They have hopes and dreams, they have lives.... [click here for more]
The beloved magazine of cozy fantasy's keeps getting bigger!
Ten tales in the tradition of Legends & Lattes and The Hobbit—plus an exclusive interview with Phyllis Ann Karr, author of cozy fantasy classic At Amberleaf Fair, and our first ever recipe! Wyngraf #4 includes all-new stories of family, community, music, talking animals, and tons... [click here for more]
“Stories from the Northern Myths” delves into some of the tales that directly influenced 20th century fantasy literature in general and its most famous exemplar, The Lord of the Rings, in particular. This historical reprint covers legends that include the cursed hoard of the Rhine Gold and the ring associated with it that corrupts and transforms its owners; the adventures of the Germanic... [click here for more]
What if an ancient god escaped his fate and history was thrown to the wolves? Churchwarden Michaels thought it was just a run-of-the-mill crazy old man who stood in the graveyard, hellbent on studying the 1,000-year-old Viking memorial there. But when things start changing and outright disappearing, Michaels realizes there is more to this old man than meets the eye. Now, Michaels finds himself swept... [click here for more]
In which a beloved missionary encounters heathens, werewolves, murderous faeries, and people who generally dislike him, and he tries to tell everybody about god, only the person whom Myndil thinks is god is not real.
“Life happened to most people, but Myndil Plodostirr happened to everybody else.”
When the abbot of the newly made Rogha an dá Dhíogha abbey meets Myndil Plodostirr,... [click here for more]
The Memoir of the Minotaur is the posthumous confessions of the half-man, half-bull of Crete, as offered to an audience of recently-deceased, 21st century fellow souls in Hades’ domain. This book is a satire for readers unafraid of a rollicking good tale involving anatomically-complex beings, unforgivable puns, the champion serial killer of all time, scantily-clad Greek maidens and youths,... [click here for more]
Burnt Sugar is a dark and evocative re-imagining of a classic fairy tale from the award-winning Kirstyn McDermott. Ideal for fans of Jane Yolen, Theodora Goss, and Catherynne M. Valente.
Decades after the incident in the woods, Gretel has forged a good life in a small village, running a bakery and taking care of her brother and the stray, bedraggled women who find work as her apprentices.... [click here for more]
Sword and sorcery collides with horror once again in this sequel to Brian Keene and Steven L. Shrewsbury’s award-winning KING OF THE BASTARDS.
Learning that his family is in danger, Rogan returns to his former kingdom, now under siege from foreign invaders and supernatural forces led by his bastard son. With time running out, the aging barbarian and his trusted companions,... [click here for more]
An unlikely pair of brave adventurers – the Dutch explorer Gerard van Oost and the Yoruban warrior Oludara – travel the wilderness of sixteenth century Brazil. They aim to protect both the new colonies and the native inhabitants from dangers human and supernatural. Along the way, they encounter a host of creatures inspired by Brazilian folklore: from the brain-sucking Kalobo to the one-legged... [click here for more]
Ath Cliath, City of Gold—city of slaves—is the wealthiest city in all the world. One of the few bright spots in a darkening world, as Fimbulwinter deepens. Its brightness built by the man who conquered it: Sitric Cuaran, the One-Eyed King. Masterful is he, a wise and capable tyrant. Such men make enemies even when they are not conquerors, or ruthless—and the One-Eyed King is both of those things.... [click here for more]
"In Sobriquet, names meant things. The name was a destiny and a trade fulfilled without question..."
Sobriquet is one city in a greater kingdom ruled by Tsarina Pyre, a demon queen whose existence is dependent on resurrection. Every cycle of her leadership begins with an assassination; her handmaiden, Sybil Fowler, dispatches the leader of the angels, a violent act that keeps another world-ending... [click here for more]
Medusa tries her hand at wedding planner as the gods tear apart her city. My boyfriend's sister, Sandra, is getting married and she’s asked for my help. Well, I’ve seen plenty of weddings over the centuries, so I’ve got some cool ideas. Only thing is, Sandra and I don’t get along. But that’s hardly the worst of it. Apparently there’s this dwarf with blue skin roaming... [click here for more]
55 Traditional Stories from Around the World
This book is a collection of 55 folktales that feature supernatural abilities.
These tales represent powers--from invisibility to shape-shifting--that people have dreamed of, conjured up and strived for through the ages.
Many of the powers are present in popular culture, making the superheroes who wield them the direct descendants of characters such as... [click here for more]
The Azure Series is now available in its entirety with this complete epic book collection including: Cora: Rise of the Fallen Goddess, Azure Blue, and Coral Red. Book I: Cora: Rise of the Fallen Goddess. Abandoned. Imprisoned. Loved. Cora is the goddess Persephone, living in Greece in the fourteenth century B.C. To shelter her from prophecy, Demeter, sends her away. She is raised... [click here for more]
Abandoned. Imprisoned. Loved. Cora is the goddess Persephone, living in Greece in the fourteenth century B.C. In order to shelter her from prophecy, her mother, Demeter, sends her away to Azure Blue. The young girl is raised and protected by the nymph queen, Nephrea, in a dreamlike crystal palace among azure trees and amethyst fields under a green sun. She’s adopted into the Amazon... [click here for more]
Winterbloom is a heart-breaking and fey re-imagining of a classic story from the award-winning Kirstyn McDermott. Ideal for fans of Sarah J. Maas, Kate Bernheimer, and Danielle Wood.
Several years into their marriage, Beauty and her once beastly husband are at a crossroads. Though they still love each other, they have not been able to have children nor talk about the problems... [click here for more]
"These were the days when the three Romes had fallen. When the mother of the world had bled, when the Ice Horde had conquered Archangel, when the trees had marched on Muscovy, and when only white-walled Kiev stood against the forest. These were the days when Sasha Witchblood roamed the land, and tread its mud and jewels alike beneath her feet."
--'The Girl and the Gallows'
Everyone calls Baba... [click here for more]
A short and sweet bedtime lullaby for your little ones.
Kittybat is a magical flying cat who travels the night skies with his friends.
Take your kids on a journey with him as you read the lullaby poem while they look at the handrawn pictures by the author. ... [click here for more]
MuggleNet's Complete Guide to the Fantastic Creatures of the Wizarding WorldAll scales, fins and feathers considered, there’s so much to explore when it comes to the endlessly exciting and dramatically diverse inhabitants of the wizarding world! From Acromantulas to Thestrals, this beautiful book details every monster, beast or creature that has ever appeared in any official Harry... [click here for more]
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]
These are not your daughter's faerie stories...
Around the world, there are tales of creatures that live in mist or shadow, hidden from humans by only the slightest veil. In Where the Veil Is Thin, these creatures step into the light. Some are small and harmless. Some are bizarre mirrors of this world. Some have hidden motives, while others seek justice against humans who have wronged them. In these... [click here for more]
After Midnight is a tale of royalty, bloodlines, and royal slippers from the award-winning Kirstyn McDermott, sure to appeal to fans of Catherynne M. Valente and Theodora Goss.
The Queen who’d once swept up the cinders is exiled to a distant wing of the palace, replaced by a younger, prettier girl who can bear her King an heir. Unwilling to accept the rapid deterioration... [click here for more]
When a timid Dragon accidentally despoils a merchant caravan of its wares on the road to a prosperous trading town, a series of unintended events are set in motion and a pair of young adventurers is prompted to take advantage of it.
“The Dragon and the Dragoon” is an amusing short story by author, poet, and editor Tudor Jenks that was originally published in 1895 and which includes a half-dozen... [click here for more]
The New Wife is a bloody tale of ghosts, vengeance, and dark curses from the award-winning Kirstyn McDermott, sure to appeal fans of Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber and Angela Slatter’s Sourdough stories.
Bluebeard’s seventh wife is the first to survive his wrath, courtesy of ghostly warnings and the timely intervention of her brothers. The village burns... [click here for more]
A stellar assymbly of many of today's most creative and accomplished storytellers has gathered around the tribal fire to embroider well-worn yarns with new golden thread.
Black Swan, White Raven revisits the tales that charmed, enthralled, and terrified us in our early youth - carrying us aloft into the healthy, beating heart of cherished myth to tell once again the stories of Rumpelstiltskins and... [click here for more]
Medusa vacays on the Italian Riviera to stop her best friend from destroying the world. I’m staying off the coast on the Italian Riviera in Portofino. Have you ever been? It’s this gorgeous bay surrounded by rectangular red and yellow pastel buildings with swanky shops, restaurants and gorge trails. Well, I don’t want to be here. And I really didn’t want my lover to join... [click here for more]
This version of the classic myth of the Golden Fleece by Scottish author Andrew Lang tells how the titular relic came to be hanging from a tree and guarded by a dragon in a faraway land; how prince Jason was despoiled of his throne by a conniving uncle; and how the hero gathered a band of companions that became known as the Argonauts and set out to retrieve the fleece.
In keeping with the sorts of... [click here for more]
Based on the popular role-playing game.
The second novel in the Amethyst Series.
THE QUEST BEGINS…
Fantasy fiction assumes journeys are laced with adventure, with sidetracks filled with action and romance. Those moments without excitement are few and ignored. Heroes travel quickly across a narrow land, reaching a destination in mere pages.
Legends are often exaggerated.
This is the... [click here for more]
USA Today bestselling fantasy Gamelit! What if a high-tech game opened a gateway to the treacherous Realm of Faerie? WHEN A GAME…
Feyland is the most immersive game ever designed, and Jennet Carter is the first to play the prototype. But she doesn’t suspect the virtual world is close enough to touch — or that she’ll be battling for her life against... [click here for more]
In their third critically acclaimed collection of original fairy tales for adults, World Fantasy Award-winning editors Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling present 21 new stories by some of the top names in literature today.
Dark, disturbing and delightful, each story was written expressly for this superb collection of distinctly grown-up fantasy -- a brilliant companion volume to Datlow and Windling's... [click here for more]
On the very edge of recorded history, the fabled island of Atlantis formed the centre of a vast and powerful empire. From there, the divinely-descended lords of the western ocean made war on the rest of the world, until a brave resistance drove them back, and the gods punished them for their hubris. In that last cataclysmic struggle between gods and mortals, the whole island continent sank beneath... [click here for more]
Following The Sugar House, Baba Yaga's two-fisted granddaughter returns!
"These were the days when the three Romes had fallen. When the mother of the world had bled, when the Ice Horde had conquered Archangel, when the trees had marched on Muscovy, and when only white-walled Kiev stood against the forest. These were the days when Sasha Witchblood roamed the land, and tread its mud... [click here for more]
Moralynn’s life was all planned out… But not her death.
Moralynn was conceived for one purpose: to become a powerful enough druid to succeed Merlin.
When the Fae brag of destroying Camelot, Moralynn escapes home to find it alive, but transformed.
Why is Lancelot King?
How did Arthur become a druid?
Since when is she betrothed to Galahad?
Druids are dying, but before she can... [click here for more]
Braid is a dark and spellbinding reimagining of Rapunzel from the award-winning Kirstyn McDermott. Ideal for fans of Emma Donoghue, Kelly Link, and A.S. Byatt.
Decades after escaping the tower, Zel makes her living as a healer and wise-woman, travelling the lands with her family and the sentient, serpentine braid that still carries a touch of the witch’s magic. Short-haired... [click here for more]
The city-state Sirapirat once knew only warmth and monsoon. When the Winter Queen conquered it, she remade the land in her image, turning Sirapirat into a country of snow and unending frost. But an empire is not her only goal. In secret, she seeks the fragments of a mirror whose power will grant her deepest desire. At her right hand is General Lussadh, who bears a mirror shard in her heart, as loyal... [click here for more]
A dazzling collection of science fiction and fantasy tales ranging from the horrific, and pulse racing, to laugh out loud funny.
These stories tell tales of end of the world, war on the moon, cheerleaders for knights battling dragons, travels in deep space, and meet a man who fixes alien spacecraft.
Want to buy a slightly used planet, meet a shipwreck survivor stranded with two unusual women, or... [click here for more]