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  • Unfit Magazine Vol 3

    by Daniel Scott White
    Featuring Orson Scott Card, Robert J. Sawyer, Eric Del Carlo, David R. Grigg, Nathan Susnik, Ernest Hogan and Adithi Rao. Edited by Daniel Scott White. This magazine is about the ways in which technology-based data may be used to change our view of reality. In the future, what will we crave more, simulated reality or our own senses? Here are stories that warp our perception of the world in some very surprising ways.
  • Books & Bone (Tombtown Book 1)

    by Victoria Corva

    A Librarians-and-Necromancy Fantasy with Small Town Charm in a City of the Dead

    The others believe in blood and bone. Ree believes in books.

    She manages the libraries and draws maps for the denizens of her hometown, a secret society of necromancers hiding in a sprawling underground crypt. Though they look down on her for not practicing their craft, Ree has bigger ambitions than raising the dead. She’s going to resurrect therianthropy, the ancient magic of shapeshifting. Or a... more

  • Seratis Daughter of the Sun: Egyptian Mythology Whychoose Romantic Fantasy (Seratis The Goddess Of Egypt Book 1)

    by N.J. Adel
    My name is NOT Seratis. I am Queen Meha. The rightful ruler of the Kingdom of Egypt. A scientist. Human. I was never her. Seratis, the evil Goddess of Sleep who puts men under her spell to compel them to do whatever she commands. It was all a lie. A myth my half-brother created to make my own people hate me so he could usurp my throne. Lucky for me, I've found a way to preserve the living like my ancestors did with the dead. To escape the war my brother has waged on me, I enter my tomb to ... more
  • Turn

    by David Podlipny
    Among the vast concrete rubble, Sono stumbles upon a stranger. It’s an unusual occurrence, one his shaman grandpa can’t shed any light on; it doesn’t even seem that he’s trying very hard, much to Sono's frustration. But that encounter will eventually turn everything on its head; twisting, dissolving, ultimately altering the very fabric of reality.
  • Metaphorosis 2018

    by B. Morris Allen
    Beautifully written speculative fiction from Metaphorosis magazine. Fifty-two great science fiction and fantasy stories. All the stories we published in 2018.
  • Metaphorosis 2017

    by B. Morris Allen
    All the stories from Metaphorosis magazine's first year. Fifty-three beautifully written science fiction and fantasy stories.
  • Metaphorosis 2016

    by B. Morris Allen
    Almost all the stories from Metaphorosis magazine's first year. Fifty-three beautifully written science fiction and fantasy stories.
  • Best Vegan Science Fiction & Fantasy 2018

    by B. Morris Allen
    Fifteen stories of gods and monsters, of love and cruelty, of memories and mementos, of futures and pasts. Stories drawn from Clarkesworld, Galaxy's Edge, Abyss and Apex, Escape Pod, Nature, and Metaphorosis. And they're all vegan-friendly to boot!
  • Best Vegan Science Fiction & Fantasy 2017

    by B. Morris Allen
    A baker's dozen of the best science fiction and fantasy stories of 2017 that happen to be vegan-friendly. Mysterious giant birds, fossil snails, an instant prose analyzer, and much more!
  • Best Vegan Science Fiction & Fantasy of 2016

    by B. Morris Allen
    Twelve stories of mysterious aliens, unusual pets, messages from the future, witchcraft, and much more. And what's more, they're all vegan friendly. These aren't stories about vegans, but stories that happen to be vegan. No preaching, just interesting ideas, good stories, and great writing!
  • Reading 5X5: Readers' Edition

    by B. Morris Allen
    Five stories, five times Five science fiction and fantasy themes, each explored five times by five different authors. Twenty-five great authors demonstrating just how varied and interesting SF&F can be, and how each author's style and approach make all the difference.
  • Reading 5x5: Writers' Edition

    by B. Morris Allen
    Five stories, five times Five science fiction and fantasy themes, each explored five times by five different authors. Twenty-five great authors demonstrating just how varied and interesting SF&F can be, and how each author's style and approach make all the difference.
  • Deep Core

    by FX Holden
    AJ is a maintenance tech at Sol Vista care facility. He likes the quiet life. Visiting with his ma. A burger at Fatty's. Surfing the Shifting Sea. Staying in flow. But his flow gets sorely disrupted when a new resident moves into Sol Vista and AJ soon finds himself on the run from a psycho assassin, trying to track down a hacker otherwise known as Destroyer of Worlds, all so he can save the life of his new girlfriend, who turns out NOT to be the laid back, Territorian skater girl he thought s... more
  • Score: an SFF symphony

    by B. Morris Allen
    Score is an anthology of varied stories arranged to follow an emotional score from the heights of joy to the depths of despair - but always with a little hope shining through.
  • Susurrus

    by B. Morris Allen
    Iskra wants magic and a home, but her magic keeps killing the people she loves. Just when happiness is finally with in her grasp, another wizard intervenes. Now, she needs to choose: rebuild her life again, or channel her destructive power into bloody revenge.
  • SPANK: Odyssey

    by Klara Raškaj

    It's easy to be a villain.

    Or is it?

    Domino Enviedhieri is a young magica user and aspiring entrepreneur stripped of his heritage, his dignity, and most importantly, his allowance. After being forced to battle a rampant demoness alongside his rival at the strip club where he works, Domino finally decides he's had enough and wants to kill the bastard for stealing his well-deserved spotlight for the hundredth time.

    With the help of his ethnically diverse... more

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