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COVER REVEAL/GIVEAWAY: Hallelujah, by Kim Fielding and F.E. Feeley Jr.

Hallelujah

Kim Fielding and F.E. Feeley Jr. have a new gay horror book out, and we have the cover reveal: “Hallelujah.” Can you hear it? Whispering in the dark. Secrets only the dark knows. Joseph Moore, choir director for the First Baptist Church of Lenora, Nebraska, has secrets of his own. Terrible, lonely secrets. One that … Read more

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ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Migration – Queer Sci Fi Flash Fiction Anthology #5

Migration

Queer Sci Fi has just released the annual QSF Flash Fiction anthology. This year, the theme is “Migration.” MI-GRA-TION (noun) 1) Seasonal movement of animals from one region to another. 2) Movement of people to a new area or country in order to find work or better living conditions. 3) Movement from one part of … Read more

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ANNOUNCEMENT: The Fairy Pond, by Jason Black

My friend Jason Black has a new fantasy/horror short out: The Fairy Pond. Nevan lives a simple life. He works hard in the fields with his brothers and his grandpa, and adores his mother wholeheartedly. He’s a good boy who usually stays out of trouble, but even when Grandpa warns him to stay away from … Read more

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ANNOUNCEMENT/GIVEAWAY: Slow Thaw, by J. Scott Coatsworth

Slow Thaw

J. Scott Coatsworth has a new MM trans/cisgender holiday romance book out: Slow Thaw. Javier Fernandez is a climate scientist living in a research station near the South Pole. Since his husband was killed in a car crash, he’s preferred to be alone, and is less than thrilled to have a junior scientist thrust upon … Read more

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QSF Releases Our First Book

Discovery

Wow – lots of news this week – today is also the launch date for “Discovery: QSF’s Second Annual Flash Fiction Contest”. This is a great little book – and I say little because none of the hundred-plus stories included are more that 300 words long. The five contest winners are included, but there are … Read more