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Master of Hawks

Linda E. Bushyager

An epic combat between telepath and sorcerer—with the destiny of an empire at stake!




The Spellstone of Shaltus

Linda E. Bushyager

Cast out by her own kind, still she fought to save them from…
The Spellstone of Shaltus.




The Red Carnival

Susan Casper

In a small traveling carnival where ominous things start to happen, and the carnies eventually find themselves caught up in a battle between dark forces and a guardian dragon spirit.




Up the Rainbow: the Complete Short Fiction of Susan Casper

edited by Gardner Dozois; introduction by Michael Swanwick; afterword by Andy Duncan.

This collection of literary gems contains the two dozen stories that comprise Susan Casper's fiction output, as well as several of her in-depth trip reports. It has been lovingly assembled by her husband, the multi-award winning author and editor Gardner Dozois.




Fantasy for the Throne

edited by Judith K. Dial and Tom Easton

Fantasy anthology.

Forty wonderful short stories, each perfect for reading in one sitting.





These Words are Haunted

Scott Edelman

A bizarre baker's dozen of horror stories, including the Stoker-nominated "A Plague on Both Your Houses."




The Revelations of Zang: Twelve Tales of the Continent

John R. Fultz

A collection of dark fantasy tales with a metaphysical edge, full of grotesque wonders and weird splendor. Artifice the Quill flees from tyrant sorcerers into a world of strange magic, ancient gods, and exotic kingdoms.




Dancing Through the Fire

Tanith Lee

In perhaps her last collection, World Horror Grandmaster, World Fantasy Lifetime Achievement Award-winner, and Bram Stoker Lifetime Achievement Award-winner Tanith Lee presents twelve previously uncollected stories, along with four brand-new, never-before-published tales of mystical worlds, magical creatures, and monumental undertakings. These paeans to life, love, death, and mystery put a noble cap on an incredible career.



Horror for the Throne: One-Sitting Reads

edited by James D. Macdonald, Tom Easton, and Judith K. Dial

Horror anthology.

Forty wonderful, horrific short stories, each perfect for reading in one sitting.





Trafficking in Magic, Magicking in Traffic

edited by David Sklar and Sarah Avery

What do you seek at the end of this road? What have you brought to pay your wy? The road is full of hazards, and the marketplace can cost more than you expect.

These 18 magicaltales of travel and transactions, rnaging form busking in a train station to walking between the worlds, from doppelgangers for hire to capturing the remnants of the dead.

Ideal for your vacation, commute, or flight from vengeful ghosts, this anthology features classic storiesfrom Elizabeth Bear and Darrell Schweitzer, and new work by James Enge, Deborah Grabien, and others.


Tangled Ribbons

Carren Strock

Death is not the end, as Jenna learns when she dies and becomes a Spirit Guide. Her major task: unite two souls that are destined to be together. But she'll have to battle the evil spirit Cornelia, and discover a hidden past of her own.…




Servant of the Jackal God: The Tales of Kamose, Archpriest of Anubis

Keith Taylor

Fantasy collection. Eleven supernatural adventures (including two published here for the first time) of Kamos, who is awesomely powerful, yet scarred, cursed, and nearly driven mad by forces even he cannot control for long.





Animythical Tales

Sarah Totton

Introduction by Forrest Aguirre.

Fantasy collection. Includes "The Man with the Seahorse Head", which was the Regional Winner (for Canada & the Caribbean) of the Commonwealth Short Story Competition (2008).




Alliance Rule Book

edited by Michael A. Ventrella

Alliance brings fantasy adventure to life. This book contains all the core rules needed to create a character and join the Live Action Role-Playing world of Fortannis. Craft your own story with fellow adventurers.




Alliance Player's Guide

edited by Michael A. Ventrella

The Alliance Player's Guide provides additional information and advice for adventuring in the Live Action Role-Playing world of Fortannis. Your character's attitudes, ambitions, and history are yours to define. Cross the Mists now. Your new life awaits. For use with the Alliance Rule Book.




Release the Virgins

edited by Michael A. Ventrella

Eighteen authors took the writing prompt "release the virgins" and created science fiction, fantasy, comedy, and more featuring Manhattan gangsters, sad superheroes, marathon-running aliens, teenage Cthulhu worshippers, ghost dinosaurs, computer hackers, and even a unicorn or two.




Terin Ostler and the Arch Enemies

by Michael A. Ventrella

Book 1 of the Tales of Fortannis. When a cowardly young bard is called before the Duke and told that he must perform a task because of an ancient prophecy involving a mysterious Arch, he is certain there has been a grave mistake. When the Duke's own men later try to kill him and he is forced to run, unsure who to trust, he realizes that it may be his own grave that is in question.




Terin Ostler and the War of the Words

by Michael A. Ventrella

Book 2 of the Tales of Fortannis. Everyone thinks Terin is the "chosen one" who will defeat the gryphons at the Arch, but he has no idea what it is he is supposed to do. And just when it looks like things are getting really bad… they get worse.




Terin Ostler and the Axes of Evil

by Michael A. Ventrella

Book 3 of the Tales of Fortannis. Three barbarian tribes, three contradictory prophecies, all involving squire Terin, who hasn't a clue how to obey the duke's order to kick out all the barbarians. Of course, the werewolves won't help as Terin stumbles to solve the greatest of mysteries while trying to live down one the lamest of jokes. Nobody said being a hero would be easy.




Across the Universe: Tales of Alternative Beatles

edited by Michael A. Ventrella and Randee Dawn

Twenty-five authors explore worlds where the Beatles weren't successful, or weren't British, where they were superheroes, magic users, zombies… and more! Library Journal's starred review says the anthology will "move and surprise you." The Bangles' Vicki Peterson says "it's fun, irreverent, sexy, and twisted—just like the Fab Four themselves!"




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