…spent her childhood in a Great Lakes industrial city and her adolescence in Southern California, whence she fled to the San Francisco Bay Area just in time to join a number of the Revolutions then in progress. After fleeing those in turn, she became a professional story-teller and an amateur skeptic, who regards all True Believers with a jaundiced eye, even those who true-believe in Science. An inveterate loafer, baseball addict, and rock and roll fan, she begrudgingly spares time to write novels, including the Deverry series of historical fantasies or fantastical histories, depending on your point of view. She lives near San Francisco with her husband of many years and some cats.
$0.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-256-3
Two stories from the time of King Arthur, when magic was real and dangerous.
by Katharine Kerr
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-246-4
The Aliens are invading! Or are they?
When Maggie Corey throws the Devil over her back in 1960s San Francisco, she has no idea of what she’s set in motion, nor will she live to see the end of it. Over the next hundred years, however, her descendants see pieces of the puzzle fall into place in this “mosaic novel”, a very different take on fiction from the author of the Deverry series of epic fantasies.
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by Katharine Kerr
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-063-7
“In some ways Polar City Blues is my tribute to the classic SF I read as a teenager. In other ways, it’s a heavily Revisionist book, where the Hero is female and the Object of Desire is male. Mostly, however, it’s a fast-paced adventure story complete with dead bodies, hookers, drugs, mysterious aliens, and several high-speed chases both on the ground and elsewhere.”
— Katharine Kerr
edited by Phyllis Irene Radford
$4.99 (Anthology) ISBN 978-0-98284-402-1
From the concrete canyons of the modern city to the halls of ancient kings, from deepest ocean to cosy homes in sprawling suburbs, nowhere and no one is immune to magic. But as many forms as magic takes, there always arrives a hero to accept the challenge, and sometimes, to pay the price.
edited by Phyllis Irene Radford and
Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff
$4.99 (Anthology) ISBN 978-1-61138-065-1
The mind tells the story–but the heart inspires it with dreams of what might be waiting Out There.
With evocative stories of lost comrades, alien first contacts, and strange, often unexpected confrontations with evolving science, Rocket Boy And The Geek Girls embraces both our pulp-dream past and cutting-edge future.