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About Scott Gable
Scott Gable lives in the beautiful underwater city of Seattle. He is publishing serialized novels and anthologies, such as Nowhereville, Welcome to Miskatonic University, Ride the Star Wind, Tomorrow's Cthulhu, Ghost in the Cogs, and By Faerie Light, via Eyedolon magazine. He runs the independent press Broken Eye Books, publishing the odd, strange, and offbeat side of speculative fiction from many wonderful authors, and is lead designer on the forthcoming The Faerie Ring roleplaying game from Zombie Sky Press.
Books By Scott Gable
Revolutionary tales of resilience and growth, defiance and upheaval from
WC Dunlap • Rachel Pollack • Nick Mamatas • Evan J. Peterson • Rena Mason • S.B. Divya • Gerald L. Coleman • Mary Anne Mohanraj • Craig Laurance Gidney • Nadia Bulkin • Bogi Takács • Margaret Killjoy
Tomorrow is here! Superpowered nationalists, CRISPR babies, alien communists, bloodsucking buildings, holy street justice, otherworldly anarchists, resurrection in the post-apocalypse, and more. There will be no going back.
Odd tales of campus life at Miskatonic University from
Brandon O’Brien • Bennett North • Kristi DeMeester • Elliot Cooper • Liz Schriftsteller
• KG McAbee • Brenda Kezar • Nate Southard • Scott R. Jones • Gina Marie Guadagnino •
Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. • Marcus Chan • Gwendolyn Kiste • Matthew M. Bartlett
This is your first year? Welcome! Oh, you’re going to love it here at Miskatonic. Just... be careful. I mean, I’m sure everything will be fine, but you know, things happen. This can be a strange place. You hear stories: people changing and buildings rearranging, ghostly sounds and overly attentive textbooks, odd notions and foul deeds... even monsters! Hah. Just stories, right? Sure.
Faculty struggling for funding in the occult sciences. Students trying to navigate whole new worlds of possibility. Administration striving for growth and progress and not just damage control. And Arkham residents adjusting to the constant influx of new faces.
Just study hard. Party safe. Maybe find love. And don’t die.
"The stories vary in form and content, but their connection to the university is always clear. [...] There is also beer. This short story collection will fit right in with any horror or new-adult collection." (Booklist)
Explore the fringes of the known. Fly away with us to the deeps of space for action and adventure, alien intrigue and bloody surprises. Join us out here where all things alien and weird flow freely. Dive headlong into spaceships and monsters, tentacles and insanity, determined struggle and starborne terror. Whether sprawling across civilizations or tightly focused and personal, these tales paint a psychedelic vision of strange proportions and wondrous possibility.
Where space opera meets the weird. An anthology of 29 illustrated short stories that blend the weird cosmic horror of the Cthulhu Mythos with the star-spanning vistas of space opera by a diverse array of all-star authors...
Remy Nakamura • Lucy A. Snyder • J.E. Bates • Gord Sellar • Brian Evenson • Heather Hatch • Desirina Boskovich • DaVaun Sanders • D.W. Baldwin • J. Edward Tremlett • D.A. Xiaolin Spires • Tom Dullemond • Premee Mohamed • Wendy N. Wagner • Kara Dennison • Brandon O'Brien • Heather Terry • Wendy Nikel • Robert White • Ingrid Garcia • Richard Lee Byers • Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. • Tim Curran • Angus McIntyre • Ada Hoffmann • Bogi Takács • Wendi Dunlap • Cody Goodfellow • Nadia Bulkin
You'll meet soldiers and scientists, starship captains and intrepid explorers, each with secrets to hide and a story to tell. And then there's the aliens. So many aliens. Some friendly, some monstrous, but all of them exciting.
Engines full. Course set. We're going in.
This is our stranger tomorrow. These are transhumanist, near-future science fiction horror stories set in the Cthulhu Mythos. They exist in our world of the coming decades, an era of big science and—what is that? We’ll be right back...
Labs gleam and servers hum as scientists unravel the secrets of the universe. But as we peel away mystery, the universe stares back. Even now, terrors rise from the Mariana Trench and drift down from the stars. Scientists are disappearing—or worse. Experiments take on minds of their own. Some fight back against the unknown, some give in, some are destroyed, and still others are becoming… more.
The human and the inhuman are becoming more challenging to distinguish. Mankind is changing, whether it wants to or not, with brand new ways of thinking. What havoc is wreaked by those humans trying to harness and control their discoveries? As big science progresses and the very fundamentals of this universe are understood, what stories are being hushed up?
Authors: Daria Patrie, Molly Tanzer, Joshua L. Hood, Joshua Alan Doetsch, Kaaron Warren , AC Wise, Clinton J. Boomer, Damien Angelica Walters, Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi, Samantha Henderson, SJ Leary, Richard Lee Byers, Thomas M. Reid, Jeff C. Carter, Joette Rozanski, Shannon Fay, Pete Rawlik, Adam Heine, Bruce R. Cordell, Nate Southard, Simon Bestwick, Robert Brockway, Darrell Schweitzer, Mike Allen, Matt Maxwell, Lynda E. Rucker, LA Knight, Cody Goodfellow, Desirina Boskovich
In this hissing and clanking steampunk anthology, there are moments that science just can’t explain. All the mechanical geniuses scratch their heads and whisper words of ghosts and powers, of spirits and demons. Possessed automatons take on lives of their own. Superstitious pilots take all necessary precautions. Avant-garde machinists harness the spirits to power their creations. Revenge-minded ghosts stalk haunted gasworks. This is a mechanized playground for the souls of the dead.
Again and again, the spirit world proves itself inspiring and dangerous, useful and annoying. In rich steampunk worlds, chock full of gizmos and gadgets aplenty, these are the stories that go bump, clatter, boom in the night.
Authors: Siobhan Carroll, Folly Blaine & Randy Henderson, Jessica Corra, Howard Andrew Jones, Emily C. Skaftun, Elsa S. Henry, Eddy Webb, Nayad Monroe, Jonah Buck, Erika Holt, Wendy Nikel, Parker Goodreau, Christopher Paul Carey, T. Mike McCurley, Scott Fitzgerald Gray, Richard Dansky, Nick Mamatas, Spencer Ellsworth, Liane Merciel, Richard Pett, James Lowder, Cat Hellisen.
These stories are all new (not re-tellings of old tales) and inspired from folklore from all around the world. They are filled with equal measures of fright and fancy. And this collection includes Andy Romine's "The Forest Also Remembers," which received honorable mention in Ellen Datlow's THE YEAR'S BEST HORROR, VOL. 6.
You see, the fey are different from you and me. They don’t think like us. They don't take kindly to our definitions and ideals. They are more than just the tricksters of legend. They are complicated. And they are everywhere and in wide variety. Call them fairies, spirits, yokai, peri—you will never forget them. We are insignificant in the face of that uncaring, alien intelligence. Until we catch their eye, that is.