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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 Fury of Blacky Jaguar by Angel Luis Colón is a frenetic, nose-busting, Glock-toting misadventure, a kind of noir-with-a-vengeance novella where the bad guys aren't as bad as the badder guys, and the femmes are more nicotine-stained than fatale.8th of May, 2019
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Red Sun is a quarterly science fiction, fantasy and horror magazine.
The stories can be dark. They can be violent. They can be gory. They can be humorous. They can be weird. They can be political. They can be speculative. They can be populated with any culture, any religion. With men, women, LGBT, black, white, or brown.
Each issue also includes interviews, articles, and reviews.
Purchased issues include ePub, Mobi and PDF formats.
Khabar Keslan is an independently run, volunteer-based, primarily English-language online review featuring art and critique relating to Middle East, Africa, and/or South (East) Asia (MESAEA). This is a dedicated platform for dissidents, artists, critics, and those on the margins.
We are deeply unimpressed by the representation of the region; hence our name, “Khabar Keslan,” or lazy news. Coverage of these regions tends to emphasize violence, chaos, and corruption. But the region is also complex, beautiful, and wrought with passionate voices.
As much as destruction characterizes the region, so does creation.
Issues are available for free in PDF format.
Phoenix Publishing House rose from the flames in 2018 to create a home for mental health publishing as independent specialists.
We are passionate about bringing the latest in psychoanalytic thought and research into the world. Our purpose is not to create accord but to stimulate debate, to open minds to new ways of working, to present opposing theories, to break down orthodoxies – and above all to question everything. We exist to disseminate new ideas and approaches to a wider readership through our publications.
E-Books seem to be available in both ePub and Mobi formats.
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The Thief's Gamble
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The Great Gatsby
As fab as everyone everyone said it was.
The Blue Blazes
This weird, wild, violent, dangerous, almost-fantasy, New York setting is pure Chuck Wendig.
Mookie Pearl is to the gangland thug what Miriam Black is to the care home nurse. If this is what happens when Chuck Wendig is given free rein to create his own universe and populate it with strange gods, demons and magic, then I want more of it!
Read it and the sequel. Well done Chuck!
An amazing story that more than fulfils my need for great world-building. Such a creative mix of the unrecognisable, beautiful prose, and an uncanny skill for weaving technology into mythology.
Memory is slow to build, but when it does, it does so steadily. As our characters explore the 'Ring of the World' we learn with them, understand with them and fight back with them.
A wonderful read.