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Our latest featured bookshop is the excellently-stocked and subscriber-friendly Weightless Books.1st of February, 2019
Finally, we’re seeing the reappearance of e-book retailers who closed due to to EU digital VAT changes.23rd of January, 2019
Store comics and graphics-rich titles with Libreture, thanks to support for PDF, CBZ & CBR formats.12th of December, 2018
In Ancient Rome, an Augur was a religious official who looked for the will of the gods in the flight patterns of birds, and made predictions based on the stories they read there. In contemporary Toronto, Augur is a literary magazine that believes we can better engage with our pasts, presents, and futures through stories that explore what-ifs and could-bes.
We’re interested in realist pieces that verge on the dreamlike or surreal; speculative stories that are almost realist; and, on top of that, any form of literary fantasy/science fiction/speculative fiction.
Our goal is to publish at least 75% Canadian and Indigenous content, offering new opportunities to the rich communities of speculative fiction writers in the North. And, more importantly, we’re committed to featuring intersectional narratives as represented by characters, storytelling, and, in particular, author representation.
The magazine is currently available in PDF format.
Media Diversified is a non profit working to enrich, engage and improve the UK’s media landscape.
The organisation was founded in 2013 with a mission to challenge the homogeneity of voices in UK news media, through addressing the under-representation of BAME communities.
As well as its online magazine, Media Diversified also publishes its own essays and books digitally.
E-books are sold in Mobi format.
Evil Hat started on a lark. When Fred and Rob created that first iteration of Fate on a road trip in 2000, they had no idea they were planting the seeds that would grow into a company.
Since then, we’ve broken ground and won awards with RPG games like Fate Core, Spirit of the Century, and the Dresden Files RPG, as well as growing into tie-in fiction and board games.
Books are available in PDF format.
Latest Public Activity
A selection of books readers are currently enjoying.
Traitor’s Moonby trashHeap: Reading EPUB
Lumberjanes Vol 7by trashHeap: Reading CBZ
Cardcaptor Sakura Clear Card Vol 2by trashHeap: Reading CBZ
Saga Vol 7by trashHeap: Reading CBZ
A selection of readers' favourite books from their libraries.
All Systems Redby generallycobalt: Read EPUB
Blackbirdsby kevin: Read EPUB
Bintiby generallycobalt: Read EPUB
Hulks And Horrors Basic Black Editionby trashHeap: Read PDF
A selection of book recommended by readers.
Cruel Tideby kevin: Read
Crime fiction is a genre I rarely venture into, but Ruth Sutton's Cumbria-set series may be my gateway.
The story nips along at a nice pace, providing plenty of information while avoiding info-dumps. The characters are likeable in their own ways and the late 60s setting is nicely done, especially the insight into the Cumbrian coastal region of that period.
I can't wait to start the sequel.
Muti Nationby sakina: Read
A nail-biting introduction to South African magic and a nice bit of terror into the bargain. No reading this one on a dark stormy night unless you're bigger and hairier than the sorcerer!
The Steerswomanby kevin: Read
An amazing fantasy tale that slowly unfolds to reveal a surprising twist.
At first, all seems familiar. You recognise the world of wizards and the ranger-like steerswomen. But, just like the steerswomen themselves, the more you learn, the more sense you begin to make of this world. Something isn't quite right.
Rosemary Kirstein has me hooked! I've already started the next book in the series.
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