Topics :: fiction
By Daniel Scheffler | Saturday Feb 8, 2014
Novak knows something we don’t like to admit to. Let’s hope his two-book deal turns into sixteen more.
By Kay Bourne | Tuesday Feb 4, 2014
The best selling author of "The Little Giant of Aberdeen County" and "The Gilly Salt Sisters" returns with a mystery that grips the largely hard luck folk of Tilton, a made up factory town in New Hampshire as was Metalious’s setting.
By Daniel Scheffler | Tuesday Feb 4, 2014
A girl finds herself, and then some, in a Massachusetts Shaker community.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Jan 27, 2014
A study in ice: A world descending into deep freeze -- and the passions of the human soul right along with it. What if the sun set one evening never to return? This week’s foray into strange short fiction takes up the question...
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jan 21, 2014
Sad and satisfying in equal measures, this last bow will remind you once more of why readers have loved these books and these characters, for almost four decades.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Jan 20, 2014
The classic invasion story envisions aliens destroying civilization and enslaving human beings. But what if the aliens saved us... and it was still an invasion? How would we fight back then? This week’s essay in science fiction ponders the question...
By Daniel Scheffler | Tuesday Jan 7, 2014
Set in Occupied Vienna in the mid 1950s, the story follows people who left with the war and now are returning to find a life they think they have lost.
By Christopher Verleger | Tuesday Dec 24, 2013
Editor and author Jameson Currier’s anthology showcases the complexity of the relationships gay men have with the various individuals in their lives.
By Daniel Scheffler | Saturday Dec 14, 2013
A collection of stories about women searching for something. That something is yet to be determined, of course.
By Daniel Scheffler | Wednesday Dec 11, 2013
A romp, a roadtrip. What more could Sepp Gregory ask for? A lot, apparently.