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CLASSIFIED: Documents from MJ-12: Shadows, by Michael J. Martinez

MJ-12: Shadows, the second book in Michael J. Martinez’s superhero spy series, has just published, we thought it was time to open our classified and encrypted files and give you a glimpse of some of the “top secret” documents included in the book. (Full disclosure: Mike wrote about these on his own site a while ago. We just like them so […]

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Cover Reveal (and an Excerpt!): The Tree, by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun

Cover Reveal (and an Excerpt!): <i>The Tree</i>, by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun

Exciting news, everyone: we’re finally ready to show you all the cover (and a bit of the interior) for The Tree, by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun (@Naamenism)! The sequel to The Root, and the next novel of the Wrath & Athenaeum, a compelling urban fantasy series set between modern-day San Francisco and an alternate dimension filled with gods and worlds […]

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Out this Week: Seabury Quinn’s The Devil’s Rosary, Volume Two of the Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin!

Great news, sci-fi/fantasy/horror fans! The Devil’s Rosary, by Seabury Quinn, comes out this week for purchase in stores and online. Volume Two of the Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin, and sequel to the highly acclaimed The Horror on the Links, this new collection of Quinn’s short stories featuring the deadly and debonair detective of the supernatural is […]

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Guest Post: THE SECRET STYLE GUIDE TO THE WORLD OF BRIMSTONE

Today we welcome Jason Ridler, author of the recently-released Hex-Rated and its forthcoming sequel Black Lotus Kiss, in a special guest post to discuss the many influences that inspired the Brimstone Files, a vividly-imagined supernatural detective series dripping in 1970s Los Angeles pop culture.   THE SECRET STYLE GUIDE TO THE WORLD OF BRIMSTONE       by Jason S. Ridler Hey […]

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All the Books We’re Publishing in Fall/Winter 2017

With summer coming to an end, we thought it was high time to share with you our list of titles for Fall/Winter 2017. We’ve got a really exciting collection of books from a variety of genres and authors to share with you, and there’s sure to be something here for everyone. Feel free to take a […]

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The Best Horror, collected by the Best Editor—Ellen Datlow

At the Hugo Awards at Worldcon 75 on August 11th, Ellen Datlow, the longtime editor of Night Shade’s successful Best Horror of the Year series, won Best Editor, Short Form, and we’d like to offer her a huge congrats. We’re incredibly proud to work with such an acclaimed and influential editor—in addition to the 2017 Hugo Award, […]

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New Book(s) Announcement: Rudy Rucker!

Here’s some exciting news: recently, we finalized a ten-book deal with the incomparable SF legend Rudy Rucker! For the past few years, Rudy’s been self-publishing his work via his own publishing venture, Transreal Books. Now we’ve convinced him to return (in part, at least) to the traditional publishing world. We’ll be reissuing a number of novels […]

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Everyone’s Talking About Jeremy Robert Johnson’s Entropy in Bloom

Everyone’s Talking About Jeremy Robert Johnson’s <i>Entropy in Bloom</i>

Last week, Blumhouse released When Susurrus Stirs, a (VERY NSFW) award-winning short film based on a story of the same name by Jeremy Robert Johnson (and included in his brilliant collection, Entropy in Bloom). An utterly original body horror narrative, the short story fascinated and horrified us when we read it, and the film is, if anything, even […]

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Creating a Cover: The Devil’s Rosary by Seabury Quinn

The Devil’s Rosary, the second volume in Seabury Quinn’s Complete Tales of Jules de Grandin—after The Horror on the Links—releases this September. Today we’re spotlighting the incredible cover designed by Claudia Noble and featuring art by the legendary Donato Giancola. Similar to last week’s post on Robert Guffey’s Until the Last Dog Dies, we’re giving you a behind-the-scenes peek into the design […]

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Cover Reveal: Until the Last Dog Dies, by Robert Guffey

This November, we’ll be publishing Robert Guffey’s genre-defying debut novel, Until the Last Dog Dies. This dark satire focuses on a young stand-up comedian who must confront an apocalyptic virus destroying people’s sense of humor—it’s a compelling mix of speculative fiction, biting stand-up comedy, and end-of-the-world horror. Today we’re excited to show off the awesome cover, with artwork and design by Keith Negley. You’ll […]

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