A is for Apocalypse

Dark Waters

Water doesn’t need to be deep to be dark.

A remote lake where the locals wear iron anklets for protection, a ghost ship, a goddess, a pearl diver who finds much more than she’s looking for, the true story about a familiar fairy tale and more all lurk within these pages.

A is for Apocalypse


Tarot card decks have twenty-two major arcana, filled with symbolism and imbued with meaning. Explore the greater secrets and ideas behind those cards with the stories and poems of Arcana. Discovery awaits, in tales such as: a grasping king struggling with his legacy; an alchemist setting a golem out on a mission of revenge; and a woman finding what she didn’t know she was looking for.

C is for Chimera

Hear Me Roar

“That incredibly loud guttural sound is a dragon, the main focus of another interesting compilation from editor Rhonda Parrish. If you’ve read any of her previous collections, you already sense these beasts are not going to be your run-of-the-mill, knights-in-shining-armor types of dragons. Those tired creations have been left at the door. Only the odd, the quirky, the never thought of before are gathered here.”

Dee Arr, Book Reviewer

B is for Broken

F is for Fairy

Retellings of familiar favourites from new perspectives, and brand new stories share the pages of this fairy-themed collection. Within these offerings you’ll find fairy music and food, contracts (making and breaking them), changelings, circles and curses–these stories deliver all the things you already love about fairies and a few new tricks as well.

E is for Evil

E is for Evil contains twenty-six individual stories which each shine a different light on the multi-faceted idea that is evil. Running the gamut from lyrical fantasy to gritty horror in these stories possessed toys, hellish bureaucrats, scientists with questionable morals, abusive partners and even lingerie sellers all take their turn in the spotlight.


Dark Waters

I am very excited to thrust this little bijou of darkness into the world. This collection of dark, water-inspired poems and stories is likely to haunt you long after you close the cover and walk away.Water doesn’t need to be deep to be dark. A remote lake where the...


It was some years ago that I first considered dipping my toe into the world of anthologies. Like, really trying it out. I’d done a couple print versions of Niteblade (which you could argue were anthologies but were mostly print versions of Niteblade) but I had an idea...

Pushcart Prize Nominations

Each year small press editors and itty bitty publishers like myself get to nominate work they've published for the Pushcart Prize. This year I am pleased to nominate the following stories: "Light Chaser, Dark Hunter" by Joseph Halden The sheer-faced mountains...

New Covers for Halloween

There's probably a costume joke to be made here -- the zombie books are dressing up for Halloween or something of the sort -- because these two zombie titles have got brand new covers for Halloween! We can't discount them anymore than they already are -- 99 cents for...