The Battle of Watling Street
A historical science fiction novella set in 1st-century Roman-occupied Britain, The Battle of Watling Street re-imagines the disappearance of the rebellious Iceni Queen Boudicca. Historians still dispute the end of Boudicca and the Iceni; did they escape to Wales or Ireland? Or did they stumble across a very different kind of deadly foreign occupier of their native lands?More info →
Symphony of the Damned
From Savage Realms Press comes a dark and twisted tome with over 400 pages of skin-crawling, spine-tingling horror that is sure to make you sleep with the lights on! This eclectic mix of the macabre and the maniacal features 27 tales of terror.
Symphony of the Damned summons forth the ghoulishly diabolical talents of authors Adam C. Mitchell, A.E. Jackson, Andy Holberry, Buck Hanno, Catherine Jordan, David Lowrie, Debra J. Tillar, James A. Hirons, James Mascia, Luis Medina, Margaret McGoverne, Marie Lanza, Matthew Hollis Damon, Matt Martinek, Pat O'Neill, R.M. Breslin, Sara Jordan-Heintz, TroyAnthony Schermer, Victoria Hancox, and concludes with a grippingly terrifying novella by J. Miles Parker.More info →
The Real Jazz Baby: Reflex Fiction Volume Two
Winner, Best Anthology, Saboteur Awards 2020
The Real Jazz Baby features 162 ﬂash ﬁctions from over 120 of the best ﬂash ﬁction writers in the world.
These short short stories, each no longer than 360 words, were long-listed for the four rounds of the Reﬂex ﬂash ﬁction competition held in 2018.
Within these pages, traditional narrative shares space with the experimental. Humour sits alongside tragedy. The Real Jazz Baby is the perfect introduction to readers new to ﬂash ﬁction, and essential reading for those already familiar with what the form can offer.More info →
Barely Casting a Shadow: Reflex Fiction Volume 1
Barely Casting a Shadow includes 161 stories from 138 of the best flash fiction writers in the world, all long-listed for the first four rounds of the Reflex Fiction flash fiction competition. Whatever your reading tastes, there’ll be something here for you.More info →