In her debut novel, Patricia Cori weaves her visionary message into a page-turning fantasy adventure that speaks to the very soul of the planet.
Within minutes of one another, three bone-chilling events take place around the globe. In Los Angeles, hundreds of blackbirds drop out of the sky, zapped to their...
The Great Bay
Chronicles of the Collapse
Written by Dale Pendell
***WINNER, Best Science Fiction, 2010 Green Book Festival
Based in scientific reality, Dale Pendell presents a powerful fictional vision of a fast-approaching future in which sea levels rise and a decimated population must find new ways to live. The Great Bay begins in 2021 with a worldwide pandemic followed by the...
The Book from the Sky
Written by Robert Kelly
“I’m on my way back. I was one of the first they took away.” So begins Robert Kelly’s remarkable science fiction novel about a literally divided self. “I” is Billy, the book’s protagonist, a boy who is captured by a group of aliens who take him to a cave and meticulously...
Written by Kelpie Wilson
A cross between a human and a bonobo? Carl Sagan and others have speculated: Is it possible? What kind of creature would it be? And how might this affect our world? Kelpie Wilson takes the premise and runs with it in this engaging novel. Primal Tears is the story of Sage...
Tales of Old Earth
Written by Michael Swanwick, Foreword by Bruce Sterling
From pure fantasy to hard science fiction, this finely crafted offering by one of the greatest science fiction writers of his generation promises to stretch readers' minds far beyond ordinary limits. Nineteen tales from Michael Swanwick's best short fiction of the past decade are gathered here for the first time, including...
The Extraterrestrial King
Written by Daniel Blair Stewart
Ancient Egypt is the setting for this drama of humans and interplanetary visitors. Long after human life this planet was genetically altered by visitors from other worlds and ages, something has gone wrong: a member of the Inner Circle is prolonging his life parasitically utilizing acts of human sacrifice.