Recently Published Books

Wanderer, The

Timothy J. Jarvis

An obscure writer disappears, a typescript is found. Is it fiction, perhaps the author's last novel, or something far stranger?

Depth Charging Ice Planet Goth

Andrez Bergen

A wild carnival of a novel that treads Kafkaesque territory and spills over the rails to plumb the depths of a murder mystery.

Bald New World

Peter Tieryas Liu

Longlisted for the 2015 Folio Prize, Bald New World is a dark exploration of human vanity in a hairless world.

Sixteen Small Deaths: A Collection of Stories

Christopher J. Dwyer

Sixteen Small Deaths is a collection of short fiction that will break your heart, shatter your soul and unravel the boundaries of space and time.

Stay God, Sweet Angel

Nik Korpon

Damon, an aimless twenty-something drug dealer with a secret past, searches for his missing girlfriend after betraying their supplier.

Miss Massacre's Guide to Murder and Vengeance

Michael Paul Gonzalez

A list of targets, plenty of ammunition, and a secret admirer. Isn't that all a girl needs?

Remember to Forget

Jonny Gibbings

In a coma, and with his family in disrepair, can Richard make peace with himself and them?

Good Sex, Great Prayers

Brandon Tietz

Pratt has fallen upon strange times, and will serve as the battleground for when faiths clash and lives hang in the balance.

Twilight of the Wolves

edward j rathke

Twilight of the Wolves follows three people's journey through a world ravaged by war as they try to understand what humanity is.

Subliminal Messiah

Anthony David Jacques

Eighteen going on dead, Ezekiel Downs has sensed his demise for years and now, with only weeks to live, he may have finally met his savior.

Atheist's Prayer, The

Amy R. Biddle

An alcoholic mall Santa and a coke-dealing stripper get tangled up with a fairy-worshiping suicide cult.

Thimio's House

John Kefala Kerr

Idealistic composer, Fish, visits economically decimated Greece with his archaeologist girlfriend, Gabrielle, but unexplained events thwart his plans for a new society.

Who is Killing the Great Capes of Heropa?

Andrez Bergen

Heropa: a vast, homogenized city patrolled by superheroes and populated by the adoring masses. A perfect place a lifetime away from the rain-drenched, dystopic metropolis of Melbourne. So — who is killing the great capes of Heropa?


Your Personality is What's Holding You Back

Jason Donnelly

A social-media marketing satire centered around a self-help program, a masturbation problem, and a lot of sleeping pills.

Speed of Angels, The

Manu Bazzano

During one sleepless night, the night of All Saints Day before the dawn of the Day of the Dead, the protagonist of this powerful novella wrestles with a cast of inner demons.

Condimental Op, The

Andrez Bergen

Noir, surrealism, comicbook asides and dystopian, hardboiled moments collide with snapshots of contemporary culture in Andrez Bergen's bag of tricks.

Purgatory Press / After the End, The

John Culbert

An ambitious publisher goes bankrupt, leaving behind a catalogue of extraordinary and improbable books. The characters in After the End all confront, in different ways, the question: what happens once everything is over and done with?

Spiral Bound Brother

Ryan Elliot Wilson

Lost-and-found siblings and a burned-out English teacher embark on journeys across America to the dark heart of a murderous father.

Chewing the Page

The Mourning Goats Interviews

Phil Jourdan

Interviews with edgy, funny, prolific novelists on the art of fiction.

What Precision, Such Restraint

Phil Jourdan

Stories of language, the mind, absence and the gutter.

Angel Falls

Michael Paul Gonzalez

Life in Hell just got a lot worse for Lucifer.

Stranger Will: a novel

Caleb J. Ross

The child he loves. The idea of a child, he's beginning to understand, is where everything will go wrong.

Sound of Loneliness, The

Craig Wallwork

Amidst the clamour of life, the sound of loneliness is the most deafening of all.

100 Years of Vicissitude

Andrez Bergen

Story of identical twin geisha born on the first day of the Great Depression, one of whom loathes the other.

  • Jason DonnellyJason DonnellyHe writes words.
  • Peter  Tieryas LiuPeter Tieryas LiuPeter Tieryas Liu is the author of Watering Heaven and Bald New World which was recently nominated f...
  • Timothy J. JarvisTimothy J. JarvisTimothy J. Jarvis is a writer and scholar with an interest in the antic, the weird, the strange. His...
  • Amy R. BiddleAmy R. BiddleBorn and raised in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, Amy now spends half of her life at sea and the...
  • Michael Paul GonzalezMichael Paul GonzalezMichael Paul Gonzalez lives and writes in Los Angeles. He is the editor at, an on...
  • Brandon TietzBrandon TietzBrandon Tietz was born in Omaha, NE, in 1982. He studied literature and illustration at the Universi...
  • Craig WallworkCraig WallworkCraig Wallwork lives in West Yorkshire, England. He is an artist, filmmaker and writer. His short st...
  • Nik KorponNik KorponNik Korpon writes about crime: Crimes of the Heart, Crimes of the Soul, and Crimes Where the Body Ca...
  • John Kefala KerrJohn Kefala KerrJohn Kefala Kerr is an award-winning composer and sound artist. A graduate of the Guildhall School o...
  • Caleb J. RossCaleb J. RossCaleb J. Ross has a BA in English Literature and creative writing from Emporia State University. His...
  • Ryan  Elliot WilsonRyan Elliot WilsonRyan Elliot Wilson's writing has appeared in The Painted Bride Quarterly, Thunderdome, Drift, and th...
  • edward j rathkeedward j rathkeedward j rathke is the author of Ash Cinema [KUBOA Press, 2012], Twilight of the Wolve...
  • Phil JourdanPhil JourdanPhil Jourdan is an author, musician and PhD-researching gentleman from Portugal, living in the UK. ...
  • Christopher J. DwyerChristopher J. DwyerChristopher J. Dwyer is a writer from Boston, Massachusetts. His work has appeared in numerous onlin...
  • John CulbertJohn CulbertJohn Culbert taught for many years at the University of California, Irvine before moving to Vancouve...