New Bookshops: Neon Hemlock Press
The latest addition to our bookshop list is an esoteric entry from Washington DC, USA.24th of November, 2020
Added 26th of November, 2020
Stelliform Press is a small independent literary press which publishes novellas, novels, short story collections, and works of creative non-fiction which address our world’s most pressing problems: climate change, ecological destruction, and the effect of these issues on how we relate to each other and to the other beings that live with us in the world.
Stelliform see these problems as systemic and pervasive, exacerbating long-standing social issues, and challenging us to confront the roots of human thought and feeling.
There are currently two books in stock, with another two due in 2021. A really interesting and niche bookshop, very handy as a first port-of-call for this area of interest.
E-books are available to buy in DRM-free ePub format.
Added 24th of November, 2020
Neon Hemlock Press is a small press based in Washington, DC.
They are an emerging purveyor of speculative fiction, queer chapbooks, & literary candles.
Their e-book collection is small, but very interesting! Their shop also includes a number of zines, mainly the opening issues, with more sure to come.
Books and magazines are available in ePub, Mobi & PDF formats.
Added 10th of November, 2020
Omenana is a tri-monthly magazine that is open to submission from speculative fiction writers from across Africa and the African Diaspora.
Omenana is the Igbo word for divinity – it also loosely translates as “culture” – and embodies our attempt to recover our wildest stories. We are looking for well-written speculative fiction that bridges the gap between past, present and future through imagination and shakes us out of the corner we have pushed ourselves into.
Issues are available to download free from the site in PDF format.
Added 5th of November, 2020
Subterranean Press creates readable art, publishing groundbreaking original works in the science fiction, fantasy, and horror genre. Subterranean works with a wide range of authors, from cult favorites to some of the bestselling and most acclaimed in the world.
Based in Burton, Michigan, Subterranean issues approximately 45 titles each year. Since it began in 1995, both the publisher and numerous works it has produced have been honored with accolades including the World Fantasy, Locus, Horror Writers Association, and Hugo awards.
Among the authors Subterranean has worked with are Stephen King, Ann Leckie, Kelley Armstrong, John Scalzi, Joe R. Lansdale, Caitlín R. Kiernan, China Miéville, Aliette de Bodard, and many more.
E-books are available as both ePub and Mobi formats.
What's everyone reading?
Our Bloody Pearl
The Strategy Of Conflict
Fantasy & Science Fiction, November/December 2020
H.P. Lovecraft: The Ultimate Collection (160 Works incl...
The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoma...
Daughter of the Sun
ROADQUEEN: ETERNAL ROADTRIP TO LOVE
Fantasy & Science Fiction, March/April 2019
An average issue with interesting stories by Gregor Hartmann, Matthew Hughes, R.S. Benedict and with an especially interesting story about a musical faun by Jerome Stueart.
Yes, The Fisherman is a little Lovecraftian, with its ancient gods, cultists, and watery... things. But it has much more going for it. The Fisherman is a work of beauty that Lovecraft never came close to.
You grieve with Abe as he tries to pick up the pieces. You worry about what Dan will do... and when he'll break. You wonder which story you are actually reading and who is telling it.
This is a well-told tale about the power of the written word to endure and change.