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About Pamela Jeffs
Pamela Jeffs is a speculative fiction author living in Queensland, Australia. She has been nominated for several awards including Aurealis Awards, Ditmar Awards and has also been noted for her work in the Writers of the Future Competition. She is also a member of the Queensland Writers’ Centre. For further information, feel free to visit her at www.pamelajeffs.com.
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The new frontier, where laws often fall far by the wayside.
Where the unknown ranges through the desert, and myth is shown as reality in the dense wooded areas and the plains.
Enter, the gunslinger, the soldier, the bounty hunter, all out to make their name or their fortune while marching to the beat of their own drum.
Follow the stories of the hunter and the hunted, action all the way, as 18 writers unleash their own twisted versions of what can happen when humans enter the realm of legends and monsters, armed with whatever weapons they bring to the battle.
Welcome to SNAFU: Dead or Alive. Welcome to Western Hell.
James A. Moore & Charles R. Rutledge
David Benton & W.D. Gagliani
Edward M. Erdelac
John Paul Fitch
Nathan E. Meyer
John W. Salvage
Featuring: Zoey Xolton, Umair Mirxa, Shawn M. Klimek, Gabriella Balcom, Stacey Jaine McIntosh, Terry Miller, Stuart Conover, Stephen Herczeg, Patrick Winters, David Rae & Galina Trefil... + 66 other talented international authors!
Ten thousand years ago, Wildcat, an alien survivor from the doomed planet of Arbores, arrived on Earth. Alone and trailed by the terrible World Eaters that destroyed his planet, Wildcat vowed to use his magical abilities to protect and defend his new home.
And so the Seasonals came to be.
Join Pamela Jeffs as she delivers a powerful seasons-inspired collection featuring tales of the immortal Seasonals: Spring Wildcat, Summer Maiden, Autumn Bear, and Winter Crone.
A Seasonal’s purpose demands sacrifice; their continued diligence protects us all.
Midnight Echo 17. The official magazine of the Australasian Horror Writers Association, featuring short fiction, poetry and non-fiction from some of Australasia's best writers of dark fiction. Issue 17 includes:
Editorial Greg Chapman
La Belle Morte Sans Merci by Kat Clay
Smothered, Still and Silent by Deborah Sheldon
Feathers by Chris Mason
Hand and Heart by Geraldine Borella
Restless by D.I. Russell
The Fruits of Labour by Mark Towse
The House Contrition Built by Rebecca Fraser
Fearful Symmetry by Stephen Dedman
The Hole in Emily’s Heart by Michael Hughes
Universe, Devoured by Pamela Jeffs
Visitation Rites by Matthew R. Davis
The Lighthouse by Claire Fitzpatrick
The Tub by J. Ashley-Smith
Test of Death by Michael Botur
Animal Parade by Dani Ringrose
We also uncover a host of other writers whose dark thoughts have been dragged, kicking and screaming, into the light.
Demon with a foot fetish?
Stoners versus bear?
Man haunted by breasts?
Yeah. We went there.
Contains additiojnal stories by Dale Sprule, Mark Wheaton, Donald McCarthy, Justin Zipprich, Russel Carlton, Curtis McIntyre, Casey Campbell, Mark Locke, Wade Hunter, Adam Breckenridge, SJ Townsend, Mark Watson, Geoff Hart, MS Gardner and Ishbelle Bee.
The Second World War has taken its toll of our young men and women during the campaign, some cracking under the constant bombardment of the falling bombs and black-outs, some unable to resist the evil thoughts that envelope them as they descend into the horrors of a tortured mind.
Unable to deal with their urges, society has locked them away, drugging them from the need to harm others, the want to inflict their sick twisted fantasies on any other innocent victims.
But who watches these monsters? Who has to feed them? Who has to bathe them and calm them when their ghosts come knocking on their cell doors at night? That fine job belongs to the warden.
Arthur has spent a lifetime under Hamer House Hospital, walking the ward, mopping its floor and ruling the corridor with ruthless, loving authority. But now he needs help. Who will come to his aid when the monsters are off their leashes?
From alien deserts to dystopian jungles, these tales engage the imagination. Here, Van Helsing and William H. Bonney A.K.A Billy the Kid join forces to fight evil. A motley crew of mutants takes on alien invaders. A dying planet raises a ghost army to defend itself and a rusted dragon needs help to fly again.
Sit down and get comfortable. The Terralight Collection, featuring ten strange science fiction and weird western tales by speculative fiction author Pamela Jeffs, is not for the faint of heart.
This is a must-read collection for all fans of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror. A celebration of legacy and endurance.
• Bizarre remains of a lost civilisation emerge from the ice.
• The ghosts of a drowned town wait to be awakened.
• A witch with a dragon problem.
• What Elvis will do to protect his fellow artists from annihilation.
• An ancient spaceship carries the last, fragmented memories of Earth.
• Broken souls of the dead are passed on to the new-born.
• …These and many more tales showcase the hopes, remnants, and fears of humanity.
Having been diagnosed with terminal cancer, Aiki Flinthart reached out for works from as many of her favourite authors as would answer the call. And many did.
Between these pages you’ll find stories by some of the world’s best science fiction, fantasy, and horror writers. Find new favourite authors and re-join old friends.
Their fabulous works are threads woven with a sure hand into a tapestry of the weird, the worrying, and the wonderful that make up mankind.
Grab a copy of Relics, Wrecks, and Ruins today. You’ll also help fund a mentorship for emerging authors.
"Relics, Wrecks, and Ruins is the articulation of the generous contributions of our contemporary masters, in support of the Flinthart Residency and the next wave of emerging writers. True to their mission, these stories push back against boundaries as they take us light years away, plunge toward the sea floor, and turn time and space elastic. Let yourself be drawn in by these celebrated voices. Listen closely for what resonates within."
L.E. Daniels, author of Serpent’s Wake: A Tale for the Bitten and Winning Short Story Competitions: Essential Tools for the Serious Writer
"Rich, varied, and bittersweet, this anthology is a fitting and triumphant salute to Aiki Flinthart’s dauntless spirit and irrepressible moxie" - Geneve Flynn, co-editor of Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women
Full Author list: Neil Gaiman, Ken Liu, Juliet Marillier, Angela Slatter, Jan-Andrew (JA) Henderson, Garth Nix, Pamela Jeffs, Marianne de Pierres, Jasper Fforde, Mary Robinette Kowal, James (SA) Corey, Lee Murray, Sebastien de Castell, Ian Irvine, Robert Silverberg, Mark Lawrence, Kate Forsyth, Kylie Chan, Cat Sparks, David Farland, Jack Dann, Dirk Flinthart, Aiki Flinthart
Thrilling, creepy, funny, and spooky! Stories and poems inspired by the greatest children's authors of our time. Perfect bedtime stories (to be read by torchlight from under your blanket) for young readers aged 8 to 12.
Not suitable for scaredy-cat adults.
All profits to Books in Homes (Australia and USA)
Books in Homes is a charitable foundation that provides books-of-choice to children living in remote, disadvantaged and low socio-economic circumstances, ensuring crucial early literacy engagement and the development of reading skills needed for lifelong achievement.
Stop to Smell the Roses by A.R. Johnston
Here, There, and Everwhere by Adam Swain
The Eyes in the Tree by Angela Zimmerman
High Stakes by Crystal Rose
Find the Boy by D.J. Elton
The Endangered Hippapotagoo by Dawn Burdett
Things That Go Bump in the Night by Dawn DeBraal
Magic by Gabriella Balcom
Malice in Wunderland by Gregg Cunningham
Elephants Wearing Sarongs by J.B. Wocoski
When Lightning Reigns by J.W. Garrett
That's Not Fair! by Kaustubh Nadkarni
Troubling Times in the Library by Kevin J. Kennedy
On Snark Hunting by Laura Moverin
Unhappy Endings by Liam Hogan
Down the Trapdoor by Lynne Phillips
Alice's Heir by Madeline L. Stout
The Darker Side of Faeries by Maggie D. Brace
Kalarna and the Tree by Mark Mackey
Creatures of the Night by Nerisha Kemraj
In Darkness Rides a Gryphon by Pamela Jeffs
Jelly and Ice Cream by Paula R.C. Readman
The Disappearing Cat by R.J. Hunt
There's a Monster Under My Bed by Shannon Green
Kylie's Show and Tell by Shawn M. Klimek
Alice and the Ace of Spades by Stephen Herczeg
Jimmy Meets Jubjubwockey by Sue Marie St. Lee
Hold Tight the Blade by Susanne Thomas
A Hero's Journey by Vonnie Winslow Crist
Welcome to Underland by Zoey Xolton
See it through the eyes of four outcasts, banished to Asteri Station on the fringes of the Hegemon Economic Alliance. Absinthe Krull, the Aquanorian with a dark past—who runs The Zoo, the bar on the Asteri. Ori Bligh, a young Terran whose life of privilege has been destroyed by a stupid mistake she’s desperate to put right. Zev Smith, maintenance master for the station, in hiding for forty years for a poor decision; and Cordelia Bane, bounty hunter with a stack of debts to clear.
When first Ori then Cordelia arrive on Asteri, the stories they hear at the Zoo slowly reveal not only the oddities all four have encountered in their travels, but also things all four would prefer left in the shadows of the past.
And, in the end, will help them decide on a new future.
Fourteen stories from all corners of the galaxy and covering five hundred years of history. If you love science fiction, weird west, humour, and darkness, then The Zookeeper’s Tales of Interstellar Oddities will keep you pinned to your seat.
Join award-shortlisted, best-selling authors Pamela Jeffs and Aiki Flinthart on a wild ride into the future of Terran galactic expansion. Discover all the strangeness waiting out there.
AQUARIUS is a collection of twisted poems and dark stories inspired by this enigmatic Zodiac sign, as well as retellings of the myths behind the sign. The tales span multiple genres, including science fiction, horror, fantasy, dystopian and urban fantasy, told by some award-winning authors and new stars of the Australian and New Zealand speculative fiction scene.
The clockwork dragon is born.
Technology meets magic in the exciting new genre of fantasypunk. Inside you'll find strange worlds brought to life by a cabal of more than two dozen fantasy writers and the odd goblin who stole ink and quill.
The next anthology from Zombie Pirate Publishing, CLOCKWORK DRAGONS contains twenty five short stories from authors all around the globe.