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On July 28, Electric Literature announced the Ursula K. Le Guin Prize for Fiction shortlist. It’s an incredible, diverse list of socially far-reaching speculative fiction and we are thrilled and honoured to have Cynthia Zhang’s After the Dragons shortlisted. Click to read the full list of finalists.
Happy Book Birthday to Dennis Mombauer and The House of Drought! This disorienting and atmospheric anti-colonial gothic novella is now available wherever books are sold. Grab a copy and come to our launch party on July 23.
Are you on Netgalley? Looking for a charming and challenging underwater novella with an Indigenous worldview? Are mermaids and cephalopods your thing? Check out WEIRD FISHES on Netgalley for the month of June.
We’re thrilled to be giving away three copies of Dennis Mombauer’s upcoming novella, The House of Drought. To get your in a spooky mood, we have a text excerpt along with a video of Mombauer reading from the novella up on Gingernuts of Horror.
We’ve updated our website to a new ecommerce system with a lot more functionality. Now enjoy more payment options and more reliable shipping. Check out this post for more information about the changes.
Check out our cover reveal for Dennis Mombauer’s THE HOUSE OF DROUGHT, including a delightfully creepy cover reveal trailer. Find out more about the book here and place your order.
We opened a submission call for unsolicited manuscripts in September 2021. That call closed at the end of the year and our reading team got to work selecting seven manuscripts to be published in 2022, 2023, and 2024. In this post, we share the teaser trailers for these forthcoming books.
If you’re nominating for the Hugo, Nebula, or other awards for 2021, consider the two titles we published this year:…
Formerly a reader for Stelliform Press, Ren Hutchings is now Editorial Assistant, helping to bring the best speculative climate fiction to market. Read more about Ren here.