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Quickies

Quickies, together with Hot & Bothered, are hot his-and-her follow-ups to the highly successful Queer View Mirror 1 and 2 books of queer "short short" fiction. Quickies includes work by 69 writers (67 ...

The Ghost of Understanding

By Jean Smith
Categories: Fiction, Music

As lead singer of the two-person band Mecca Normal, Jean Smith is regarded as one of the forerunners of the Riot Grrrl movement-unapologetic, in-your-face music by women rockers who are front and center, ...

Stories to Hide From Your Mother

By Tess Fragoulis
Categories: Fiction

The modern tales in Stories to Hide From Your Mother provide directions for conduct in a difficult world, filled with hysterical wedding parties, abusive lovers, and judgmental mothers. In Stories to ...

and a body to remember with

and a body to remember with effectively combines elements of our Pulp past and Arsenal Pulp present. This is a collection of stories about rebellion and activism, while at the same time stories about ...

Death Writes

A publishing oddity, Death Writes: A Curious Notebook is both what you might expect--a handwritten notebook with doodles in the margins and clippings in the back; and what you might not expect--the perspective ...

Silence Descends

By George Case
Categories: Fiction

Silence Descends: The End of the Information Age, 2000-2500 is not as much a novel as it is an imaginary book of non-fiction: a history of the future, written in the year 2500--a look back at where we ...

Queer View Mirror 2

Queer View Mirror 2 is a second volume of lesbian and gay short short fiction: snapshots of queer life that articulate, in one thousand words or less, different ways of the world. One hundred and one ...

Everything But the Truth

Everything But the Truth is a stunning debut of short fiction by Christopher McPherson, a carpenter by trade, who constructs, with disarming detail, stories of desire and loss, and the thin line between ...

Hunting With Diana

Spare and incisive, these stories present a voyeuristic glimpse into imperfect lives rooted in philosophies and deities, imbued with love, humour, and irony. Davey Bryant is an aging gay man who, while ...

Time of the Kingfishers

A rich, elegiac novel about family, friendship, and loyalty featuring Watmough's protagonist Davey Bryant. As the compassionate and witty narrator, Davey leads the reader through various upheavals in ...