Precious Cargo is an exciting new collaboration between Adam Lowe and Sue Shaw, investigating migration, flora, fauna, landscape and heritage.
Enter a mind full of transcendental drugs, doomed punks, voyeuristic puppets and omnipotent intergalactic prisons in Chris Kelso’s debut short fiction collection.
Aliya Whiteley’s critically-acclaimed short fiction appears collected together for the first time in Witchcraft in the Harem.
Dorothy isn’t the happiest of girls. Kansas is pretty damn boring, her aunt and uncle are hicks, and it seems she doesn’t much belong. But when her shed gets picked up by a cyclone and dropped in Oz, things begin to get interesting.
In the Mirror, a Monster is a masterpiece of modern storytelling. Marten Weber’s style is vivid, with a keen ear for regional voices, and at times has the magical ability to render, with clear compassion the human frailty behind individual actions and words.
Imperial Youth Review is a magazine of gore, grit, big ideas, bad ideas and liberation at any cost. It is the Anti-New Yorker, blessed by the Scarlet Woman and dancing by voodoo drums to the end of love. Garrett Cook and Chris Kelso present the eldritch and the unorthodox, the transgressive and the wrong. Imperial Youth Review, that’s what.
Our seminal anthology is now available with free worldwide postage and 20% off! Features Nancy A. Collins, Eugie Foster, Janice Lee, Rachel Kendall, Candy Caradoc, Mysty Unger, Roberta Lawson, Sara Genge, Gina Ranalli, Deb Hoag, Caroline M. Yoachim, Flavia Testa, Aimee C. Amodio, Ann Hagman Cardinal, Rachel Turner, Katie Coyle, Helen Burke, Janis Butler Holm, Carol Novack, Tanytra Bensko, Nancy DiMauro, Aliette de Bodard, J.S. Breukelaar, C. M. Vernon, Moira McPartlin and Wendy Jane Muzlanova.
In these poems Adam Lowe takes risks, swoops and dazzles, and brings it all back down to earth again.
Featuring Paul Kane, Marie O’Regan, Jeff Burk, Richard Farren Barber, Richard Thomas, John B. Ford & Steve Lines, Jay Eales, Derek M. Fox, John Palisano, Chris Kelso, Rachel Kendall, A.J. Kirby, Selina Lock, David Price, Adam Lowe, Wendy Jane Muzlanova, Jan Edwards, Deb Hoag, Sue Phillips, Sharon Kae Reamer & Robert D. Rowntree, Paul Bradshaw, Christy Leigh Stewart and Mark West.
Misanthropes and misfits. Society’s loners observing and changing the status quo. An agoraphobic woman is forced to face a ruined world after months of isolation. A father faces the death of a child in a world where genetic perfection has done away with such traumas. A lovelorn man searches for the perfect woman and finds himself. A nameless drifter absorbs people’s pain, the filth rotting their souls, until he can no longer bear the burden alone.