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Revealed! The final days of Edgar Allan Poe!
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Revealed! The final days of Edgar Allan Poe!

A short story from the collection The Girlfriends of Dorian Gray & Other Stories, by Gregory Frost. Illustration by Jason Van Hollander.

An epic, literary fantasy of the legendary Irish champion, Cú Chulainn
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An epic fantasy of the legendary Irish champion, Cú Chulainn

Eighteen years old and the only warrior left standing in Ulster, Cú Chulainn faces the combined armies of the King and Queen of Connacht.

In a ring of standing stones the ghost of an Ulster warrior retells the adventures of the young, semi-divine warrior, Cú Chulainn, the only Ulsterman who stands between the insatiable Queen Maeve and her combined army of Ireland. Come hear a tale full of druids, dark supernatural beings, of the Morrigan and the Sidhe across a blood-drenched landscape.

First of the duology Táin

“In Táin, Gregory Frost creates a novel out of the great Irish epic Táin Bó Cúailnge, the story of the famous Celtic champion Cú Chulainn. Here, once again, we hear of Deirdre of the Sorrows, encounter Ireland’s fairy-folk, the Sídhe, and ride into battle with fierce half-gods and doomed warriors. Not only fantasy fans but also readers of historical fiction will want to look out for this Celtic saga.”
-Michael Dirda, The Washington Post
Gregory Frost is an Asimov’s Readers’ Award-winning author whose work runs the full fantasy gamut. His novels and stories have been finalists for the World Fantasy, Stoker, Nebula, Hugo, James Tiptree, International Horror Guild and Theodore Sturgeon awards. He taught Fiction Writing at Swarthmore College for eighteen years.

Sometimes children must follow their own paths . . .
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Twenty-five years ago a pair of lovers ran for their lives from an angry prince and washed up on an island where they adopted new identities — and found themselves blessed by an omen promising great things, a single golden phoenix feather.

Their eldest child, a natural martial artist like his father, seems destined for those great things. The second son, an artist and a dreamer, has no desire for greatness — he wants to be left alone to paint. And the youngest, a daughter, used to wearing her brothers’ castoffs and trotting at their heels, is the least promising, always scamping her studies in favor of sword lessons and play.

All three vowed to keep their parents’ dangerous secret. But in this first volume, Fledglings, the family learns that sometimes children must follow their own paths . . .

Book 1 of The Phoenix Feather

The Thrilling Victorian Adventures of the Most Dangerous Woman in Europe
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Marian Halcombe #1
The Thrilling Victorian Adventures of the Most Dangerous Woman in Europe

Miss Marian Halcombe returns from the pages of THE WOMAN IN WHITE for Victorian adventure!

The redoubtable Marian Halcombe first burst onto the world in the 1860s in THE WOMAN IN WHITE. Refusing to rest on her laurels, she goes on a life of love and adventure in pure Victorian style.


Just last night finished reading Marian Halcombe: The Thrilling Victorian Adventures of the Most Dangerous Woman in Europe, by Brenda W. Clough, and I had such a good time! The steadfast alliance between Marian, the dangerous woman of the title, and her more decorous sister, Laura, is a delight, as is the growing consternation of the men – hero and villain alike – as they come to realize just exactly what – who! – it is they’re dealing with. The book’s voice is pitch perfect, which adds to the fun. I’m in for the next one.
– Sharon Lee, co-author of the Liaden Universe® novels

It’s a sequel to The Woman In White – but it’s so much more than that. This is a bodice-ripping yarn, a Victorian melodrama with a modern sensibility, a delightful romp, a thriller and a romance and a comedy of manners all at once. I adored it.
– Chaz Brenchley, author of Three Twins at the Crater School

Brenda Clough’s invincible and endearing Marian Halcombe Camlet easily enters the company of Jane Marple, Miss Maud Silver, Pamela North, and Prudence Ford as a British female sleuth in the mid-1800s. The Marian novels are an absolute joy to read.
– Paul S. Piper, author of The Wolves of Mirr

A ripping yarn! Thrilling, lushly Victorian, with a dashing heroine who is not even handsome, yet she bags a delightful husband – not without considerable heroic effort and derring-do – and upholds the finest traditions of pure womanhood! (Well… kinda pure.)
– Jennifer Stevenson, author of Local Magics


Brenda W. Clough writes novels. These include How Like A God from Tor Books, and the Edge to Center time travel trilogy from BVC. Also look for Revise the World, expanded from her Hugo and Nebula finalist novella, and Speak to Our Desires.

What’s a Psychic Vampire to do when she discovers the judge of her dancing competition is the ex-lover who staked her?
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Artistic Demons: #1
A BVC Original

What’s a Psychic Vampire to do when she discovers the judge of her dancing competition is the ex-lover who staked her?

Living in the shadows, Psychic Vampire Janet Dryer was a killer addicted to Soul Fire–until her lover tried to kill her at Woodstock in 1969. These days, she haunts exotic night clubs and draws energy from throbbing drums.

Her popularity as a sarcastic blogger lands her on Dance from the Heart, a celebrity ballroom competition. To her shock, the head judge is her ex-lover, the Vampire Hunter who tried to kill her.

With the strength and speed to take down the strongest vampire or wiliest demon, Bryant Thomas combines that agility with his passion for ballroom dancing as cover for his Hunts. Janet’s new identity doesn’t fool him. He wants his dangerous former lover dead, or at least off his show. When a stage hand is murdered by a Psychic Vampire, Janet is the prime suspect, but he knows she’s innocent.

Until now, Janet thought she was the only PV in the world. While keeping up the pretense of the exhausting competition, Janet and Bryant seek a ruthless predator and fight a love that has never completely died. At what cost?