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Thoughtful, precisely written, well-designed and powerful, Johnson’s R/evolution is an epic in a nutshell, a Tardis in a book.19th of May, 2019
The on-going mission of Luna Station Quarterly is to display the vast and varied talents of female-identified speculative fiction writers.
We believe that women have a unique and universal voice in fiction and we aim to get it heard.
This idea was conceived by founding editor, Jennifer Lyn Parsons, after spending time in the trenches of the Star Wars fan fiction community and being exposed to the particular and unique writing styles of the women and girls who posted there.
Issues include ePub, Mobi and PDF formats.
Founded in March 2014, Old Computr is a wonderful collection of articles and photographs of retro computers.
The books themselves are beautifully compiled and the photographs are stunning. A must-buy for any fan of the more mature computing hardware, especially from Atari, Commodore and Acorn.
Books are sold in PDF format.
Three Crows Magazine is a quarterly Science Fiction and Fantasy magazine that includes short stories up to 4,000 words, book, film, and video game reviews, and interviews with writers, editors, and influencers in the world of SFF.
With so many underrepresented voices and stories untold in the genres that give the broadest creative freedom - it is only natural to give the platform to these voices. That is our goal.
In the tumultuous times we live in, literary fantasy and science-fiction give a chance to reflect on real life, to analyze it, and propose a way to solve the conflicts. Or just have fun reading about devouring bodies of unsuspecting astronauts by omnipotent, Lovecraftian monsters.
Issues are available in PDF format.
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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.
The Town is a fucking rollercoaster of a ride.
This Australian horror is written in a kind of jarring prose. The story is brilliant, terrifying, and utterly refuses to share its secrets with you.
On finishing this book, I promise that the first words out of your mouth will be "WHAT THE FUCK!".
Reminds me of books by China Miéville, John Langan, and Michael Marshall Smith.
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The Hellsblood Bride
There's weird fiction, then there's Chuck Wendig weird fiction.
In this sequel to The Blue Blazes, our gangland enforcer with a heart of gold, Mookie Pearl, must save his daughter and the whole world from the schemes of demons, demi-gods and more weird stuff before it all ends.
Call it a Chuckpocalypse, or even Wendigeddon!
Loads of fun and a must read for any Chuck Wendig fan.
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