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Rarity from the Hollow By Robert Eggleton
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Lacy Dawn's father relives the Gulf War, her mother's teeth are rotting out, and her best friend is murdered by the meanest daddy on Earth. Life in the hollow is hard. But she has one advantage -- an... More > android was inserted into her life and is working with her to cure her parents. But, he wants something in exchange. It's up to her to save the Universe. Lacy Dawn doesn't mind saving the universe, but her family and friends come first. Rarity from the Hollow is adult literary science fiction filled with tragedy, comedy and satire.< Less
Imperial Youth Review 3: The Giant-Sized Sex Issue By Chris Kelso, Garrett Cook, William S. Burroughs
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Imperial Youth Review returns, tackling a very big issue with . . . a VERY big issue. Years in the making, this colossal, cubist perspective on sexuality features not only never-before-seen work by... More > William Burroughs but contributions from Violet le Voit, Annie Sprinkle, Tom Bradley, Jeff Burk, Jennifer Robin, Collette Torres and multitudes more. From space bear sex to a loving reflection on BDSM life, from a portrait of polyamorous divorce to an analysis of midget porn, we have travelled through space and time and beyond the grave to bring you our Giant-sized Sex Issue—the beginning of a new era.< Less
Over the Rainbow: Money, Class and Homophobia By Nicola Field
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First published in 1995, Nicola Field’s Over the Rainbow confronts the political contradictions in the LGBT+ movement and contains one of the earliest first-hand accounts from the frontlines of... More > Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, featured in the hit film Pride. Written at a time when LGBT+ people enjoyed increased visibility but faced continued discrimination and assault from conservative governments, Over the Rainbow sets an agenda for resistance rooted in class politics and shatters the myth of a unified LGBT+ ‘community’. Including fresh material, this expanded edition considers the impact of Pride and the challenges ahead for LGBT+ activism in the 21st century. Nicola Field, an original member of LGSM, is a London-based writer, artist and activist. She has written for Diva, Socialist Review and Ambit; exhibited at the V&A and the British Film Institute; and spoken on political platforms internationally.< Less
The Apprentice Journals: Gemini By J Michael Shell
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Amethyst eyes—red-violet gems—glow with her passions. Impatient fire tangled in her fingertips wants to grow. She wields it weld-hot and pulsed to go. A terrible beauty, a magnificent... More > menace, the flame in her mind is turbulent and blinding. What she cannot have will calm her, so she settles for pain instead. Petulant girl, invincibly fragile, her rainbow bleeds into the storm. And she’s coming! You’ve followed Pearl and Spaul’s adventures in The Apprentice Journals. Now meet their aneke’lemental daughter Starshine. She’s a little feisty! Join Star and her human brother Spearl as they fight dastardly Masons, farm forbidden lectrics, and threaten World itself with the Linea Clipses. Riding the lines from Smith’s Crossing, you’ll discover the dark secret of Star City (Old Tara), the mysteries of Thirest’s tomb, and the dangerous jealousies that arrive with the New Apprentices. Things are heating up! Join the sizzle!< Less
Endless Running Games By Gareth Durasow
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Endless running games are the distractions we play when we have time to kill. Through our onscreen avatars, we leap over obstacles and trample our enemies. The longer we survive, the harder the game... More > gets; the faster the obstacles, the closer the enemies. These are poems for the console generation. Poems for those of us with time to kill, and about those who killed in their spare time. Inside, you'll find the likes of Captain Ahab, Edward Kenway, Ellen Ripley, Hector of Troy, Priss, Anakin Skywalker, Bob Hoskins, and the eastern European girl who sounds too good to be true but keeps sending you emails anyway. You'll find the ghosts of Aubrey Beardsley, Arthur Rimbaud, Antonin Artaud, Geoffrey Hill and Jeremy Clarkson—an eclectic cast who riff on culture both high and low. Each character haunts the poems, each plosive throws glassware at the walls.< Less
Skein Island By Aliya Whiteley
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Will you visit the island? Skein Island, a private refuge twelve miles off the coast, lies in troubled waters. Few receive the invitation to stay, but those who do may stay for one week, free of... More > charge. Those few who are chosen must pay for their stay with a story from their past — a Declaration for the island’s vast library. What happens to your Declaration after you leave the island is none of your concern. From the monsters of Ancient Greece to the atrocities of World War II, from heroes to villains with their seers and sidekicks by their sides, Skein Island looks through the roles we play, and how they form and divide us. Powerful and disturbing, it is a story over which the characters will fight for control. Until you realise the true enemy is the story itself.< Less
The Bride Stripped Bare By Rachel Kendall
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Finally bound into one collection, twenty three stories of creation and mutation. From twisted fairy tales and grubby nights to circus freaks and insect bites, these tales of depravity reveal the... More > bride in her most scabrous form. Sein und Werden editor Rachel Kendall runs ISMs Press. You can find more of her short fiction in Cabala and in Women Writing the Weird.< Less
punkPunk! By Andrew Hook
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This eclectic mix of stories shows punk is not simply a static component of history, but a process of evolution and revolution which extends from the heady days of 1976 right into the now. Are you... More > ready to jump into contemporary punk-inspired fiction? It’s not a nostalgia trip.< Less
Women Writing the Weird II: Dreadful Daughters By Deb Hoag
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Inside, you’ll find a wealth of short stories featuring iron-willed heroines, soul-shredding monsters and hilariously misguided buffoons. Despite the vast differences in plot, circumstance and... More > voice, our main characters all share one feature: they are women – mothers and daughters, sisters, midwives and waitresses, heroines and traitors, cold-hearted huntswomen and decadent goddesses. Inside these pages, you’ll find some of the very best writers of weird fiction, including Merrie Haskell, J.S. Breukelaar, Nicole Cushing, Sandra McDonald, Janett L. Grady, Victoria Hooper, Tantra Bensko, Rachel Kendall, Roberta Chloe Verdant, Amelia Mangan, Alex Dally MacFarlane, Michele Lee, Deb Hoag, Janis Butler Holm, Nancy Collins, Sarah A.D. Shaw, Lorraine H McGuire, Nikki Guerlain, Peggy A. Wheeler, Aliya Whiteley and Charie D. La Marr.< Less
Tales of Bed Sheets and Departure Lounges By Montague Kobbe
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50 bilingual micro stories strung together by emotional ties progressively weave a sense of reality that is both drastically different to that expressed in each individual tale and at the same time... More > created by the entire collection. The conventional tropes of love and lust, travel and sleep are deliberately approached with awareness of the tradition and a dose of provocation, sending the reader on a dangerous path along the outer edges of the cliché, hanging by the thread of irony and humour over the abyss of the banal.< Less