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infinity plus: titles by genre: fantasy and the weird

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Can Erasmus and Roka overcome the fiendish defences of the Factory? Will the diabolical agents of the Clockwork Garden stop them, or will Sir Tantalus himself step in? Who will learn the Factory's terrible secrets? The final part of a breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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Stories from the back of the brain. A vast array of brilliant and sometimes puzzling pieces of prose from "Arguably the finest writer of short fiction today, in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
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With the diabolical agents of the Clockwork Garden on their trail and Sir Tantalus Blackmore's crooked men closing in, Kora and her friend Erasmus Darwin must survive from day to day and try to uncover the monstrous plots surrounding them. A breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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A girl with two souls and a father who will stop at nothing, gets drawn into a breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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The Quarantined City The Quarantined City by James Everington
The Quarantined City: sealed off from the outside world, with only the sight of the ocean to remind its inhabitants of life beyond. But for Fellows life continues largely as before, until he tracks down a story by the reclusive writer known as Boursier and his old certainties fade as he becomes aware that the secrets of the city run deeper than he thinks... (...more)
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A gang of biker nuns rides out on a mysterious rescue mission in this dazzling work of metaphysical science fiction. Marooned on Schell Isle in a pre-apocalyptic near future, the women are waiting. The men have all gone to war - the ultimate sexist act - but when they come back will they be welcomed? An extraordinary look at women in the contemporary world. (...more)
The Ragthorn The Ragthorn by Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth
"I am placing this entry at the beginning of my edited journal for reasons that will become apparent. Time is very short for me now, the final part of the ritual draws near... I cannot pretend that I am not frightened." A dark and unsettling World Fantasy Award-winning work by Robert Holdstock and Garry Kilworth. (...more)
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Riding the Serpent Riding the Serpent's Back by Keith Brooke
An old era is drawing to a close, a new era about to begin, and the great mage Donn has passed on his Talents to a new generation. When a rogue church leader threatens to set loose wild powers, Donn's children must oppose him but, also, they must contend with Donn himself: the old mage has not finished with his children yet. A fantasy epic of revolution, jealousy and earth-shattering magic. (...more)
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Fish Eats Lion Fish Eats Lion by Jason Erik Lundberg (editor)
Fish Eats Lion collects the best original speculative fiction from Singapore, from emerging writers publishing their first work to winners of the Singapore Literature Prize and the Cultural Medallion. A celebration of the vibrant creative power underlying Singapore's inventive prose stylists, where what is considered normal and what is strange are blended in fantastic new ways. (...more)
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Hairy London Hairy London by Stephen Palmer
What is love? One evening at the Suicide Club three gentlemen discuss this age-old problem, and thus a wager is made. Dissolute fop Sheremy Pantomile, veteran philosopher Kornukope Wetherbee and down-on-his-luck Velvene Orchardtide all bet their fortunes on finding the answer amidst the dark alleys of a phantasmagorical Edwardian London. But then, overnight, London Town is covered in hair... (...more)
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Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes by Claude Lalumière
Nocturnes and Other Nocturnes: Twenty-five dark stories that span a daring breadth of genres. In these noir tales that unfold at the edge of realism, mythic nocturnes from impossible pasts, and disquietingly intimate stories of speculative fiction, Claude Lalumière explores our collective and intertwined obsessions with sex and death. (...more)
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Strange Mammals Strange Mammals by Jason Erik Lundberg
Strange superheroes and the magic of the quotidian; stories of piercing darkness and quirky, surreal humor; writing from the heart and soul; phantasmagorical journeys into what it means to be human. (...more)
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The Fabulous Beast The Fabulous Beast by Garry Kilworth
A set of beautifully crafted tales of the imagination from "the best short story writer in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
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Falling Over Falling Over by James Everington
Sometimes when you fall over you don't get up again. And sometimes, you get up to find everything has changed. Ten stories of unease, fear and the weird from James Everington. (...more)
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infinity plus: quintet infinity plus: quintet by Garry Kilworth, Lisa Tuttle, Neil Williamson, Stephen Palmer and Eric Brown (compiled by Keith Brooke)
Five stories from top writers of speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy and the downright strange, stories from the heart, stories to make you think and wonder. (...more)
Red Dot Irreal Red Dot Irreal by Jason Erik Lundberg
Once you enter the surreal worlds of Lundberg's equatorial fantastika, a part of you will never leave. "A fine meal for the mind awaits you in Lundberg's collection" (Jonathan Carroll) (...more)
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The Alchemy of Happiness The Alchemy of Happiness by Jason Erik Lundberg
A triptych of stories rooted in Asian myth and legend, literary fantasy at its very best from the author of Red Dot Irreal, plus a hybrid essay on the transformative power of speculative fiction. (...more)
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What happens when every wish you make is immediately granted by God? If you could use the power of music to travel through time? If your body was the battleground for a strange, alien invasion? In turns humorous, lyrical, profound - but always entertaining - these are the haunting tales of an author at the height of his power. (...more)
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In Springdale Town In Springdale Town by Robert Freeman Wexler
Some say Springdale exists only on the contoured highways of our collective imagination. Others point to references dating back to Colonial Boston, to multiple versions of a ballad telling a story of remorse and disgrace. For two people, Springdale is where their lives will intersect with devastating force. (...more)
Fear of Widths Fear of Widths by David D Levine
The horizon. How could he have forgotten the horizon? Mind-bending fiction from a Hugo-winning author. (...more)
Understand the one you hate. What did the old Chinese man smoke? He smoked his enemy... (...more)
Somehow the story of his past has been written all wrong. A superbly measured fantasy about loss, and sorrow, and the pain of dealing with past passions. (...more)
The Rat and the Serpent The Rat and the Serpent by Stephen Palmer
Imagine a film made in black-and-white. Now imagine a novel written in black-and-white. The Rat And The Serpent is a dark phantasmagoria related entirely in monochrome. Read this and enter a world portrayed as never before in the field of fantastic literature. (...more)
Ghostwriting Ghostwriting by Eric Brown
Over the course of a career spanning twenty five years, Eric Brown has written just a handful of horror and ghost stories – and all of them are collected here. (...more)
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The Sculptor The Sculptor by Garry Kilworth
Cunning and elegant short fiction, a winner of the Interzone readers' poll for best story of the year. (...more)
The last thing Tim Thornbourne expected was for his new orchard to become a cooperative venture... (...more)
Picking Blueberries Picking Blueberries by Anna Tambour
A powerfully evocative portrait of an alternative community in the early 1970s. (...more)
Lord of Stone Lord of Stone by Keith Brooke
Bligh, drawn irresistibly to the civil war in Trace, appears to be possessed by one of the six Lords Elemental. Bligh thinks he's going mad, but if he is then it's a madness shared by others... (...more)
A tender, erotic tale about the conquest of grief and a fantasy of the highest order, from a multiple award-winning author. (...more)
Circus of the Grand Design Circus of the Grand Design by Robert Freeman Wexler
A journey through strange and wonderful lands, amongst mad acrobats, sexy elephant riders, a magical mechanical horse, a giant woman and her savage, prehistoric rodent bears and more. (...more)
The Ephemera The Ephemera by Neil Williamson
Eighteen stories of impermanence, change, ephemera from an author described by World Fantasy Award-winner Jeff VanderMeer as "a stylish new Scottish talent". (...more)
infinities infinities by infinity plus and friends: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile
infinities is an anthology; it's a sampler; it's a catalogue for works published by infinity plus and our friends in the writing world. And it's free. Authors are: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile. (...more)
In this disturbing tale of clashing realities, Hugo- & World Fantasy Award-winner John Grant skilfully juggles a strange cosmology with the darker side of the human soul. (...more)
Take No Prisoners Take No Prisoners by John Grant
Fifteen superbly literary stories of the fantastic from Hugo- and World Fantasy Award-winning author John Grant. (...more)
More than 30 stories and poems from an author described by SF Site as "one of the most delightful, original, and varied new writers on hand". Includes 17,000 words of bonus material. (...more)
Spotted Lily Spotted Lily by Anna Tambour
When the Devil drops into Angela Pendergast's bedroom in her sharehouse in inner-city Sydney with a contract in hand, her life has little better alternative so she signs. Shortlisted for the William L. Crawford Award; a Locus Recommended Reading List selection. (...more)
A Writer A Writer's Life by Eric Brown
A haunting novella that explores the essence of creativity, the secret of love, and the tragedy that lies at the heart of human existence. (...more)
A world where islands of rock float on a molten sea, a man whose son flies high while he can only watch, a seaside town held together by the belief of its inhabitants. (...more)
Segue: into the strange Segue: into the strange by Keith Brooke
Sidestep into modern Himalayan legend, join an ocean crossing that traverses more than just the sea; discover an 18th century mermaid incursion, and try to dodge the paparazzi in your head. (...more)
Revisit the haunts of your youth, retell the story of your life, embrace your inner demons. Listen to the voices, go on... (...more)