This is a pretty sweet deal — there's a Fiction Bundle on offer right now, that includes six books by Frank Herbert, Tim Pratt and other great authors, for just $6 or whatever you choose. If you pay $10 or more, you get a second Pratt book!
You'll find out, in a haunting new story by Tim Pratt, "The Cold Corner." Pratt has a new spin on a classic Henry James story, "The Jolly Corner," and it might just make you nervous about returning to your old hometown. We've got an exclusive excerpt, right here.
Is the publishing industry trying to kill us all? There are so many must-read books coming in February that you may not have time to sleep, or socialize, or possibly go to your job to afford more books. This month's haul includes Kelly Link and Peter Beagle writing superhero tales, Neal Asher's brand new dystopian…
Many of us fantasize about the movies that never were — the projects that fell through or were consumed by Development Hell. Like David Cronenberg's versions of Total Recall and Return of the Jedi. But what would you give you could watch all the movies that never existed? In Tim Pratt's story "Impossible Dreams," a…
Everbody loves a good dark, horrible fantasy. A misanthopic adventure, in which everybody is morally compromised, and we all live and die in the dirt. But every now and then, it's nice to read a fantasy novel in which people are, you know... good.
What does September have in store for you? A new Neal Stephenson novel! Not one, but two new releases from Cherie Priest! Plus faeries, vampires, digital revolutionaries, and a college in outer space. Here are all the new releases your bookshelf needs this month.
What if you could really get on board the mothership or enter a higher state by killing yourself? That's the question Tim Pratt's new dark fantasy novel asks. Pratt, who also writes the Marla Mason novels as T.A. Pratt, just sold his novel Briarpatch to ChiZine Publications.
There's only one thing Hollywood loves than a movie based on a toy: remakes. Dozens of science-fiction classics are slated for do-overs. But instead of remaking films that were fine the first time, here are 20 books Hollywood should film.
Max Barry's Jennifer Government was one of the most original and entertaining dystopian novels of the past decade, and now Barry is helping to reinvent publishing. Or at least, his bold experiment, Machine Man, seems to have paid off.
The All-Seeing Eye in the Sky is watching you, thanks to satellites, wiretaps and "trusted" computers. Or maybe superheroes can hear your every murmur from their private satellite. Feeling paranoid yet? Then you're just in the right frame of mind for Diet Soap, a new zine that aims to channel the wacked-out writing of…