Twisted Boulevard: Tales of Urban Fantasy
A woman, seduced by the city, undergoes her own metamorphosis... A young boy falls for an otherworldly fugitive... A frightened woman tries desperately to escape the light of the moon...
Twisted Boulevard contains 27 tales of Urban Fantasy by O. J. Cade, Paul L. Bates, Eric Del Carlo, Jenny Barber, Adam Millard, Jennifer Greylyn, Gregory L. Norris, Gene Stewart, Gerri Leen and many more.
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A woman wakes handcuffed to an antique desk. A mysterious key drives its possessor to obsession and madness. Famous figures find themselves in deadly, as-yet-undreamed scenarios history never recorded, where awe and fear play out with maximum effect in an economy of words. It's said that good things come in small packages. So, too, the wicked. Dare to open the covers of Shrunken Heads: Twenty Tiny Tales of Mystery and Terror by Gregory L. Norris and unwrap short, sharp stories of intrigue and horror.
Revenge of the Two-Headed Poetry Monster features 100 horror and dark fantasy poems by Bram Stoker Award-winning author Mark McLaughlin and Bram Stoker Award Finalist Michael McCarty. The styles of the poems range from manic to monstrous... from whimsical to weird... from black-velevet Gothic to freak-show grotesque.
The zombies are everywhere... at the horse races, in the strip-clubs, on reality TV.
Featuring work by Gregory L. Norris, Marge Simon & Sandy DeLuca, Jennifer Clark, Mark Onspaugh, James S. Dorr, Gene Stewart, John McCarthy, Nick Kimbro, Terrie Leigh Relf, Vonnie Winslow Crist, dan smith, Brian Rosenberger, Jay Wilburn, Stewart S. Warren, Gerri Leen and others.
Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma Research Foundation.
Selkies and mermaids . . . sirens and sea monsters . . . myth and magic . . . Ocean Stories explores both the beauty and the dangers found beneath the sea.
Anthropomorphisms collects 37 of Bruce Boston's "People" poems which have appeared in such venues as Asimov's SF Magazine, Dreams and Nightmares, and Strange Horizons. Among the poems here you will discover "Beat People," "Crow People," "Harvest People," and "Surreal People." Featuring illustrations and cover art by Marge Simon, this intelligent and imaginative collection is sure to make the reader contemplate humanity in a whole new way.
"Boston poetically anthropomorphizes animals, inanimate objects, abstractions and things celestial with great wit and insight. This is the stuff of surreal dreams. Being human has never been more entertaining." -G. O. Clark, author of Shroud of Night
Marge Simon is an artist, and Sandy DeLuca is a novelist/poet. But Simon is also a prize-winning poet, and DeLuca, we discover to our delight, is an artist with a lavish and luscious eye.
Vampires, Zombies, & Wanton Souls features over 50 poems written by Marge Simon, each of which is accompanied by Sandy DeLuca's black-and-white and full-color illustrations. Also included are two stories, DeLuca's "Tricks of Light," and Simon's "Confessions of a Visually Challenged Vampire.
Paper Crow's Fall/Winter Issue 2011
Featuring stories from Andrew C. Ferguson, April Grey, and Sunny M. Hope as well as two poems by Marge Simon and illustrations by Sandy DeLuca.
38 pages of stories and poetry with full-color illustrations
What happens when the dragon gets tired of being the dragon? How does Prince Charming respond to his fan-mail? What are a witch's favorite things? How does an angry troll pass all that time spent under the bridge?
In the Garden of the Crow presents the dark re-imaginings of over 30 poets including Joshua Gage, Jennifer Lynn Krohn, Charles M. Saplak, and Gerri Leen.
Welcome to the Mad Hattery. Here you will find a collection of mysterious women, each as unique as the hat she wears. Some of these women are dark and dangerous; others will make your fondest dreams come true. Each of these ladies has a story to tell and you can bet she'll do it in style, peeking out from beneath her favorite hat.
Featuring poetry by Marge Simon and artwork by Sandy DeLuca, The Mad Hattery showcases the latest collaborative work of these two talented artists.
An anthology offering the reader 29 tales based on the day of the dead, that time of year when the dead are permitted to walk again amongst the living.
2011 New Mexico Book Award Finalist
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