Editor in Chief Alana Joli Abbott takes a look at two excellent new books, Raybearer by Jordan Ifueko, and The King’s Beast from Rei Toma, that explore one of her favorite subgenres: courtly intrigue.
This is the first project beyond the core book to utilize Tombpunk as a rules system and the rules are being developed by Alan Bahr himself! The rest of the book was written by Keith Healing in close collaboration with Tom and Nimue Brown. This core book will also be fully illustrated by Tom as well!
Apex: World of Dinosaurs Anthology hits the bookstore shelves on April 6! Here, contributor Markisan Naso gives a behind-the-scenes look at the title of his short story, “To Mega Therion.”
By Alana Joli Abbott In 2020, my social media feeds were full of adults who were struggling to read. With
We are excited to have acquired the epic fantasy graphic novel SORGHUM & SPEAR created and written by Dedren Snead, with artwork by Welinthon Nommo, and in collaboration with Nichelle Nichols, Saida Temofonte, Sarah A. Macklin, and Rapsody.
Free Mars is a gritty sci-fi rock opera set against the backdrop of a dystopian Mars colony in the year 2339. As civil war looms on the Red Planet, the Revolution finds an unlikely symbol in the form of a punk band. The group quickly discovers, however, that their new fame comes at a price…
Shannon Page discusses how she created the world of the Nighcraft Quartet, and how each step of the process led further down the rabbit hole of how her witchy world works.
Why vegan zombies? We asked the creators of Night of the Vegan to give us some behind-the-scenes insider information about the project, their thoughts on zombies, and what they have coming next.
We are delighted to have acquired the critically acclaimed fantasy novel Our Lady of the Islands by Shannon Page (A Sword in The Sun) and the late Jay Lake. A celebration of female friendship and cooperation, the novel is a feminist exploration of gender roles and expectations, as a woman is granted powers that society considers the domain of men.
If you pay much attention to publishing announcements, you may wonder why you’re hearing about books coming out two to three years in advance. “I’ll forget about that by the time it comes out!” you may think. You’re not alone. As a reader, I’m right there with you, even though I know why things are this far ahead. (And though I work inside the business, I’m happy to defer to a real publishing expert, Nora Roberts, author of 215 books, who “personally explained” the process to an impatient fan not long ago.)