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Drakon

What made the dragons defect from Russia to Turkey? And will the answer to this mystery redeem the Tarasov family from past sins and protect them from present dangers?

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Fifty Feet of Trouble

It ain't easy being the only human PI in Los Angeles. But when 50 feet of trouble comes knocking at your door, it's even harder to turn the case down...

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To Shape the Dark

This stunning anthology is now a finalist for the 2016 IPNE awards!

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A Valentine: A.M. Tuomala’s Luminous Erekos

Love, unconquerable in battle, Even immortals can’t escape you, And mortals, in their one day’s dusk, Tremble before your glory. Sophocles’ Antigone   English is notoriously poor in words of affection, including nuances of “love”.  When used without qualifiers, the term exclusively signifies romantic/sexual emotions.  But love (and, for that matter, hate) among blood kin […]

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Red Spawn Delivery Giveaway

The March 1 liftoff of Red Spawn Delivery, the third installment of Ganpril Webrid’s interplanetary escapades, is almost upon us! Anne E. Johnson has conscientiously decoded and transmitted the adventures of the furry hereditary carter and his rambunctious gang of loyal friends. In Green Light Delivery, Webrid had to deliver a laser source…embedded in his […]

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Wellside by Robin Shortt: Cover Reveal and Teaser Synopsis

Lovers of beauty (sorely needed these days) and devotees of the wondrous: feast your eyes on Jenny Zemanek’s inspired cover to Robin Shortt’s Wellside that eloquently conveys the originality, verve and magic of the work! Robin was born in Canberra and lives in Vancouver. His stories have previously appeared in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine and […]

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To Shape the Dark: Liner Notes, Part 2

To Shape the Dark, the younger sibling of The Other Half of the Sky, focusing on women scientists doing science not-as-usual, has become as widely acclaimed as its illustrious predecessor: among other recognitions, it won a starred review in Publishers Weekly, two of its stories have been selected by Gardner Dozois for his Year’s Best […]