by Gillian Polack
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-719-3
Ghosts trail after us. They are our fears and the shape of our hates. We bring them into our lives and into our homes.
Some years our fears and hates are so strong our ghosts turn tangible and fracture our landscape.
Poltergeists and the spirits of drowned girls; malicious presences and portents; cat vampires and roaming bushrangers.
by Gillian Polack
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-685-1
Pink tutus, sarcasm, amulets and bushfires: that is suburban fantasy in Australian cities. It is magic.
Life is never quite what it seems, even without the lost family heritage delivered to Judith and Belinda in boxes.
Judith (who owns the haunted lemon tree and half the boxes) wants an ordinary life. Mostly.
A Story of the Wolverine’s Daughter
by Doranna Durgin
$1.99 (Short Story) ISBN 978-1-61138-538-0
The slavers who capture Kelyn’s youthful hunting pack also threaten her village, which depends on the meat and trade pelts the pack brings in. But except for Kelyn, the pack is drugged… and Kelyn’s nickname is Kelyn the Clumsy. A short story set before the events of Wolverine’s Daughter.
Originally published by Random House
by Sherwood Smith
$3.00 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-289-1
As a child, Sherwood Smith was always on the watch for magic: no fog bank went unexplored, no wooden closet unchecked for a false back, no possible magical token left on the ground or in the gutter. In these stories, the impossible becomes possible, magic is real, aliens come visiting. How would our lives change?
The Far Western Civil War, Book 3
by P. G. Nagle
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-021-7
“Nagle’s textured depiction of battlefields and society balls—and . . . keen understanding of the psychology of both of these proving grounds—should once again please.”