Mist and the Wild Hunt
Middle Grade historical fantasy inspired by the real-life Cottingley Fairy controversy. Changeling Mist would do just about anything to join the Wild Hunt and escape growing up into a lady of the fae court. But when the Hunt is sent after their new friend, Mist will have to choose: let her face the Fairy Queen’s wrath alone, or risk their freedom to save her. Nonbinary rep.
Answer Them Only With Spring
Simon VS meets Lore Olympus. Raised far from the rest of the gods, Seph doesn’t know how to use his powers. He’s never needed them. Until his ex-girlfriend sets out to ruin his life. When she catches him cross dressing and threatens to blackmail him, Hades steps in. Unfortunately, his idea of “helping” leaves a lot to be desired. Maybe Seph’s mom is right: the gods are nothing but trouble. Nonbinary, asexual, queer rep.
Ghost in the Cogs
Edited by Scott Gable
“In this hissing and clanking steampunk anthology, there are moments that science just can’t explain. All the mechanical geniuses scratch their heads and whisper words of ghosts and powers, of spirits and demons… This is a mechanized playground for the souls of the dead.”
Werewolves Versus: Nature
Edited by Angela Quinton
“When the full moon escapes the mountainous horizon and floods the wilderness below, what will it illuminate with its bone-pale light? A car trapped in the mud as a lonely predator approaches. A painter struggling to complete his masterpiece before rougher hands take over… And so much more.”
MCB Quarterly V. 07
“The Quarterly is an eMagazine of LGBTQ fiction—of all kinds. This volume features four short stories:
Never Smile at a Crocodile by Parker Goodreau
Pilgrimage by Judy Leigh
Village Diner by Richard Natale
The Distance Between the Stars by Dominick Domingo”