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The Dinosaur Detective Isn’t Even the Weirdest Part: Introducing
The Imaginary Corpse
As weird, irresistible book premises go, they don’t get much weirder (or more irresistible) than “an adorable dinosaur detective investigates a...
Introducing T.J. Berry’s
Five Unicorn Flush
with 5 SFF Worlds That Definitely Want to Kill You
Earlier this year, T.J. Berry’s debut novel Space Unicorn Blues made us believe that a space opera can feature talking unicorns and stone spaceships...
Space Unicorn Blues
Is More Than a Silly Space Adventure
A unicorn walks into a bar…. When the murderer Gary Cobalt trotted into the Bitter Blossom, he nearly gave himself away as half-unicorn within thirty...
Magic and Sci-Fi Mix in the Weirdest Way in
Space Unicorn Blues
Look, around here, we’ve read a lot of novels about interstellar space travel, and encountered more than our share of weird ways humanity finds to...
Explore a Futuristic New World Magical Order in an Excerpt from
, by Paige Orwin
Paige Orwin’s The Interminables introduced us to a fascinating fantasy landscape—al alternate version of the world we know, rent by powerful magic....
, an Alt-World Prohibition Tale in which Magic Is Forbidden
The Roaring Twenties: a time when alcohol was illegal, a fact that only made its dark power more alluring. That’s the conflict at the heart of...
See Unearthed Tintypes from
Dr. Potter’s Medicine Show
, and Read an Exclusive Account of the Strange Events
A few months ago, we told you of the legend of Dr. Potter’s Medicine Show, a traveling circus that operated in America in the latter half of the 19th...
Exclusive Cover Reveal:
by Keith Yatsuhashi
We named Keith Yatsuhashi’s Kojiki one of our most anticipated debut novels in 2016, and it lived up to the (our) hype. It’s a modern riff on...
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