Healer on airship. Murder, spies, poison, cute gremlins & world tree that seriously plays favorites. Epic fantasy meets steampunk!
Originally published by Bantam Spectra as The Host, this is the 25th Anniversary edition of the cyperpunk classic, now available for Kindle!
Rikk Hoister and his cousins are the pinnacle of human evolution, cloned geniuses with powerful paranormal abilities. Life is good–until ships and soldiers of the Terran Empire invade their homeworld and take most of the Hoister Family captive.
Don Sakers has been queering science fiction and fantasy for three decades. Meat and Machine collects 24 short pieces of science fiction, fantasy, nonfiction, and erotica from across his career.
Grow 100 fairies, get your heart’s desire. All you have to do is feed their ravenous appetite for hair. But don’t let them near your own hair or break any of the other rules. There’s a reason everyone calls them evil fairies …
Discover the inflationary effects of a dragon’s hoard, the secret connection between Mark Twain and Frankenstein, and the magic power of blackberry jam in this debut collection of strange, funny, and bittersweet tales.
Living on the shores of hell has never been easy. “Readers will find watching Hutchins’ unusual magical rules bring about startling consequences for family and political structure utterly fascinating. Totally fresh.” -Kirkus
Twenty-nine short stories by Lee Martindale, including reprints from major anthologies and four never-before-published works. Introduction by Esther M. Friesner, cover art by Melanie Fletcher.
“Welcome to Paradise,” archeologist Susan Dunne hears on arrival at the Caribbean island to research petroglyphs and investigate her brother’s drowning. She follows dangerous clues in her psychic visions, leading to a violent cult and sunken treasure
Tales tell of three sisters, daughters of the high king. No one says much about the middle princess until the day she meets a strange man who rules a land of shapeshifters and demons. A country no more than legend-until he claims her as its queen.