WHERE NOBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME…
Things don’t rise to gutters, they fall there. Same with back alleys and dumpsters. Same with graves. Running the shadows comes with ups and downs, but you never know where those rises and falls will take you. What someone else might call rock bottom…you might call Tuesday.
Collected here for the first time, read Russell Zimmerman’s Shadowrun... [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]
Monsters have become one of the great guilty pleasures of our age. From the zombies of The Walking Dead to the werewolves of Teen Wolf, from the vampires of The Strain to the wide assortment of creatures in Penny Dreadful, they are everywhere in mass media. Here, for your guilty reading pleasure, are 22 more tales of monsters, by some of the greatest writers ever to set typewriter to paper! Included... [click here for more]
Arthur Leo Zagat was one of the most versatile pulp writers in the 1930s-1950s, the author of more than 500 short stories in many different genres. His work appeared in most of the top science fiction, mystery, and adventures magazines, including Astounding Stories, Planet Stories, Weird Tales, Thrilling Wonder Stories, Argosy, and many, many more.
Wildside Press is preparing multiple volumes assembling... [click here for more]
WHO IS THE IRON LADY?
In 1947, Doris Parker set out to avenge her father's murder. As a result, she became one of the most prolific serial killers in history, preying on racketeers, murderers, and rapists all along the Eastern Seaboard. This book details how her "career" got started.
Iron Lady collects, for the first time anywhere, all four original "Iron Lady" stories from the pages... [click here for more]