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Haunted Futures:
Tomorrow is Coming

by Tricia Sullivan, Jeff Noon, SL Huang, et al

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You’re Welcome by Felicity Shoulders
Retirement Plan by Pete Rawlik
Split Shadow by SL Huang
Futures Past by Thord D. Hedengren
The Psychometry of Tuvan Currency by Tricia Sullivan
Ghostmakers by Warren Ellis
Comfort Food by Alex Acks
Salvation is a One Time Offer by Armel Dagorn
Guardian of the Gate by Lynnea Glasser
Spy Drug by Greg Stolze
Shift by Liesel Schwarz
Greenwood Green by John Reppion
Future Noir by Michael Grey
Remember the Sky by Gethin A. Lynes
Mercury Teardrops by Jeff Noon

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The Boy Who Spoke to Stars

by Reuben Miles

Book 1 of The Astral Strings Series coming May 3rd! Secrets. Forgiveness. Death. Nothing has been right in Kasper’s life for quite some time. Then the eclipse comes, and his father is stolen away. When the police arrive, instead of trying to help, they drag off his mother too. Down at the station later, the […]

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Cthulhu Lies Dreaming: Twenty-three Tales of the Weird and Cosmic

by A. Leeman Kessler, Lynne Hardy, Pete Rawlik, et al

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Foreword – Kenneth Hite
Nikukinchaku – Matthew Hockey
Babatunde – Ayobami Leeman Kessler
The Myth of Proof – Greg Stolze
Service – Lynnea Glasser
The Star that is Not a Star – Lucy Brady
August Lokken – Yma Johnson
Wake My Lord – M. S. Swift
Puddles – Thord D. Hedengren
Sometimes, the Void Stares Back – Marc Reichardt
Beyond the Shore – Lynne Hardy
Bleak Mathematics – Brian Fatah Steele
Father of Dread – Matthew Chabin
He Sees You in His Dreams – Samuel Morningstar
Isophase Light – Daniel Marc Chant
Icebound – Morris Kenyon
Seven Nights in a Sleep Clinic – Saul Quint
Mykes Reach – William Couper
Notes on Wilcox – Peter Rawlik
Offspring – Evey Brett
Out on Route 22 – E. Dane Anderson
The Red Brick Building – Mike Davis
The Lullaby of Erich Zann – G. K. Lomax
Cymothoa Cthulhii – Gethin A. Lynes

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All Lies and Jest

by Kate Harrad

A dark, sexy subculture romp, All Lies and Jest is a novel about belief, delusion, and the dangers of being so open-minded that your brain falls out. When the USA becomes a fundamentalist theocracy, one of its first actions is to round up all the queers, atheists, deviants, geeks, goths and other undesirables it can find, and […]