New for May 2013
Wild Stabs at Love or Something Like it, a short story collection by Jessica Harman.
Life.exe, a novella by Stephen Moles.
Not a Lot of People Know That Vol.2 by David Hailwood and FJ Riley.
Things That Don't Exist: a Manifesto by Anonymous.
The Pit Bull and Other Tales by Tom Hamilton - author of The Darkened Corner.
Otherwise, a poetry collection by Gregory Liffick.
Exiled from Main Street: the autobiography of a midwest town, a poetry collection by Anonymous.
Sybernika, a novel by Patrick Whittaker. The novel has its own website, www.sybernika.com.
Tears for Rahul Dutta, a short story collection by Gaurav Monga.
Buryin' Gran and Other Stories by Frederick A. Lierman.
It Will Always Be. Like This:- the second poetry collection by Andy Hopkins.
The Joy of Atheism, the second poetry collection by Annette Greenaway.
The Third Person, a novel by Stephanie Newell.
Violence is the Answer, a collection of mashed-up poetry and prose by Mr If.
Words From the Sky: A Collection of Poems read by Richard Britton. New audio release from the author of The Birth of Taliesin the Bard.
Smaller Than Most, a flash fiction collection by Kristine Ong Muslim
The Prodigals, a novel by Frank Burton. The novel has its own website, www.prodigalsnovel.com.
The Darkened Corner, a novella by Tom Hamilton
The Hole in the Wall, a novella by Clare Fisher
The Republic of Naught by Jay McLeod
Happy Fat Children and Protein Enhancers by Tom Duckworth
Valve Works by Rob Sherman & Sarah Ogilvie
The Birth of Taliesin The Bard by Richard Britton.
Entertainment by Mr If.
Dark Horse Pictures by Andy Hopkins. You can listen to a selection of poems from the collection on our audio page.
Isotropes: A Collection of Speculative Haibun by TJ McIntyre.
Fitting Parts by Kenneth Pobo.
Big Fish Little Fish Cardboard Box by Annette Greenaway.
Not a Lot of People Know That by David Hailwood and FJ Riley
Hint, an LP by Randy Thurman
The Ash Pony You Climb EP by Andy Hopkins
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