Publishing quality Speculative Fiction & Non-Fiction print and e-books.

These are some of the books we will be releasing in the near future.

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Myriad Lands

Release July 8th (USA) or July 16th (UK)

Beyond the familiar tropes of knights and castles, elves and dragons, there is a whole world of possibilities for fantasy literature. This collection seeks to explore the fantasy stories available in non-traditional/non-western settings. It comes in two volumes.

Volume 1

This volume contains stories based on real cultures (or their magical analogues) from all over our world. Stories by: Tade Thompson, Mary Anne Mohanraj, Lyn McConchie, Daniel Heath Justice, Dilman Dila, Daniel Ausema, and more.

Volume 2

This volume contains stories set in imaginative other-worlds where society takes many different patterns. Stories by: Neil Williamson, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Phenderson Djeli Clark, Meghan Hutchins, Tom Fletcher, Melissa Mead, and more

The volumes in this anthology will be available separately or as a set at a discount price.

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Sherlock Mars

by Jackie Kingon
Release July 8th (USA) or July 16th (UK)

When a competitor is murdered in the kitchen of her restaurant on terraformed Mars, Molly, amateur detective, cranks into gear to help the police solve the mystery, meanwhile planning her pop-star daughter's wedding, keeping her kitchen staff from feuding, and protecting her cyborg friend from the humans-only mob. Plus, the infamous Cereal Serial Killer has escaped from prison, and things are getting hectic.

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China Moon

by Michael W. Clark
Release August 2016

Sandra Fujisaki-Sato, adoptive mother of the first human clone, grew up in the Chinese-run moonbase. But as a Japanese-American, she and her children have no real citizenship and few rights. She just wants to raise a family, but SinoLunar Corp wants their human clone 'experiment' back and terrorists think their very existence is an abomination.

Pillar of Frozen Light

by Barry Rosenburg
Release autumn 2016

Jonan is a successful psychology professor who helps people deal with their fear of space travel, while he is perfectly happy to remain on Earth himself. He is a sophisticate who lives an indulgent life. He thought Yerudit was just a quick fling, but she is much more than that. When she leaves Earth on a pilgrimage, Jonan finds he is still obsessed with her. His choice to follow her path through the planets on which are found the mysterious Obelisks, alien artefacts that evoke mystical sensations in Jonan, will fundamentally alter his views on life and reveal his destiny.

Japanese Fantasy Anthology