W.S. Lach-Szyrma, Molly Tanzer and Jonathan Edwards
The lost classic of Victorian space travel, complete with a new sequel by Molly Tanzer. Introduced by Richard Dunn and Marek Kukula, with art by Jonathan Edwards.
New tales of the mummy. From curses to caverns, terrifying to touching, these are stories of revenge, love and the steep price of immortality. Published in partnership with the Egypt Exploration Society.
Edward Everett Hale, Adam Roberts and Gary Northfield
A classic of Victorian science fiction and the first-ever tale of satellites in space - complete with a new sequel. Published to coincide with a new exhibition at the Royal Observatory.
Daniel Polansky and Howard Hardiman
Years go by, and scars fade, but memories only fester. For the animals of the Captain's company, survival has meant keeping a low profile, building a new life, and trying to forget the war they lost. But now the Captain's whiskers are twitching at the idea of evening the score...
Making deals with the Devil (and paying the price) with Jenni Hill, Ian Whates, Robert Sharp and Christian Fox
The last Jurassic London book, and it is a doozy - 600 pages, 30 stories, 17 artists and a whole lot more.
Fairchild's Folly (Chapbook)
A story about love, ambition and accomplishing the impossible, "Fairchild's Folly" follows the unlikely friendship of Carl Linneaus and Thomas Fairchild, two of the brightest minds of the 18th century.
Brand new tales of Dickensian weirdness, featuring stories from Harry Markov, Tom Loock and Osgood Vance
Kim Curran and Regan Warner
A brand new science fiction thriller - what price would you pay to join the ultimate social network? The first original novel from Jurassic London.
Robert Sharp and Jeffrey Alan Love
In the twilight days of Pharoah Mentuhotep, a slave stumbles into the path of imperial ambitions. And in contemporary times, a brilliant scientist and her ruthless companions come close to achieving the impossible: the revivification of an ancient mummy.
The brave men and women of the Age of Reason who brought order to the universe. Except where they didn't. Fourteen original stories, published to coincide with a major new exhibition at the National Maritime Museum.
What happens when the aliens arrive, only to encounter... Jews? “If you will it, it is no dream!” as Theodor Herzl said: and no doubt he had just such an anthology in mind. Edited by Rebecca Levene and Lavie Tidhar.
Editors Lavie Tidhar and Rebecca Levene have gathered together brand new stories from the light-hearted to the profound, asking, for the first time, the question you didn’t even know you wanted answered – what happens when the Chosen People meet the Living Dead?
Jews vs Omnibus
Two dozen carefully restored tales of damnation and redemption.
17 original science fiction stories inspired by our closest celestial neighbours and published to coincide with a new exhibition at the Royal Observatory Greenwich.
Not the End of the World (Novelettes #1)
This short ghost story has been called "achingly beautiful" (Something Wicked) and "subtle, heart warming, heartbreaking and devastatingly human" (Stuff & Nonsense).
Sinister tales of slightly alternate history, featuring new work from Jonathan Green, Marc Aplin and Laura Graham
1883. A year of fire and flood, darkness and chill... a year where the world was wreathed in ash.
Ireland, 1913, in the wake of the legendary James Larkin. With Archie Black, Martin McGrath, Damien Kelly and Stuart Suffel
Revolution and rebellion in 1913 - when the world came of age.
Reading Between the Lines (Novelettes #4)
Janine Ashbless and Adrian Tchaikovsky
A mystery within a mystery and a city behind a city. A stunning new tale of the truth that lurks beneath the surface.
The Sad Tale of the Deakins Boys (Novelettes #5)
The forlorn story of a family torn apart by greed, pride and monsters. In the rocky outskirts of Pandemonium, Amos Deakins makes the strike of his life... but digs up far more than silver.
The Secret of Goresthorpe Grange (Novelettes #2)
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The ultimate accessory for the pseudo-medieval home: a ghost. A forgotten classic from the master of mystery, with an afterword by the editors.
Celebrating the best in online non-fiction - the top book reviews, essays and commentary of the year. Edited by Justin Landon (Staffer's Musings - US) and Jared Shurin (Pornokitsch - UK).
Celebrating the best in online non-fiction - the top book reviews, essays and commentary of the year - edited by Ana Grilo and Thea James of The Book Smugglers.
Three darkly comedic fantasy stories for the holidays from Den Patrick, Archie Black and Osgood Vance.
Four more criminally odd tales for the holidays, with Archie Black, Osgood Vance, Jenni Hill and Den Patrick
Three more joyful tales for the holiday - this time themed around that greatest of supergenres: historical romance. With stories from "Stevon Deermeet", "Virginia Featherstone" and "William "Snugglington".
The annual collection of holiday fun, this time featuring six space operas from Becky Chambers, Paul Ford, Erin Horáková, William Curnow, Rose Biggin and Richard de Nooy
The theme to this year's annual collection is, appropriately enough: collecting. Includes all sorts of practical advice from 'removing mysterious stains' to 'finding bargains in Georgian London'.
The end of the world, as inspired by John Martin, published to coincide with a special exhibition of his work at Tate Britain.
London as you've never seen it before - science fiction and fantasy in the great tradition of Charles Dickens.
Simon Morden and Joey Hi-Fi
Ten years ago, Simon Morden published a collection of interconnected post-apocalyptic short stories. This collection has been unavailable since then, and only now is it returning to print in this very special limited edition.
Under the rule of cattle baron Representation Calhoun, Pandemonium is a rough and tumble place - a town with its fair share of secrets...
Classic stories of mummies and mayhem, carefully exhumed for your appreciation. With a critical introduction by John J. Johnston (Egypt Exploration Society).
A Voyage from World to World, 1726 (Novelettes #3)
The daring William Chatwin's journey to the Moon yields an unexpected result as he becomes tangled in the battles of nations and men.
Several Jurassic London stories have been recorded as audio:
Jennifer Moore's "Killing Time", narrated by Charles Hunt
Rose Biggin's "A Game Proposition" (Irregularity), narrated by Zoe Ridley
Kim Curran's "The Kiss", narrated by Mahvesh Murad
James Smythe's "The Last Escapement" (Irregularity), narrated by Mahvesh Murad
James Smythe's' "The Last Escapement" (Irregularity), narrated by Paul Jenkins
David Thomas Moore's "Cuckoo" (Stories of the Smoke), read by the author
Lavie Tidhar's "A Brief History of the Great Pubs of London" (Stories of the Smoke), narrated by Emma Newman
Lavie Tidhar's "Only Human" (The Lowest Heaven), narrated by Summer Brooks
Marie Vibbert's "Zombie Hitler vs Neil Armstrong" (Pornokitsch), narrated by Mahvesh Murad
Archie Black's "Uncle Smoke" (Stories of the Smoke), narrated by Charles Hunt
Nerine Dorman's "I Dreamt I Held Her Hand" (Ash), read by the author at HorrorFest 2013
Alastair Reynolds' "A Map of Mercury" (The Lowest Heaven), narrated by Darren Goldsmith
Sarah Lotz's "Inspector Bucket Investigates" (Stories of the Smoke), narrated by Jim Moon
S.L. Grey's "We'll Always Be Here" (The Lowest Heaven), narrated by Kim Lakin-Smith
Sam Sykes' "Wish for a Gun" (A Town Called Pandemonium), narrated by Scott Barclay
Den Patrick's "All is Dust" (The Book of the Dead), narrated by Darren Goldsmith
Lou Morgan's "Her Heartbeat, an Echo" (The Book of the Dead), live reading at the BristolCon Fringe