Called “one of the best and most exciting publications in the field today,” Fiction River is an original anthology series. Initially, based on the anthology series of old—Universe, Orbit, Pulphouse—Fiction River rapidly evolved into its own entity. Fiction River publishes stories in many genres from all kinds of writers, with New York Times bestselling authors published alongside some of the best new voices in fiction. Fiction River also goes where no anthology series has gone before, with regular audio editions as well as ebook and trade paperback volumes that never go out of print. And Fiction River is available in English worldwide.
Scheduled to appear in upcoming Fiction River anthologies are:
Anthea Sharp, Lee Allred, Annie Reed, Leah Cutter, Dayle A. Dermatis, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Dean Wesley Smith, Kevin J. Anderson, Ron Collins, Leslie Claire Walker, John Helfers, Kerrie L. Hughes, Mark Leslie, Cat Rambo, Christy Fifield and Phaedra Weldon.
Edited by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Imagine paying a fine for walking across town. Or hiding an illegal marriage. Or losing your life for playing the harp. Strange crimes, dangerous activities, some from the not-so-distant past, return to life in Hidden in Crime. See why Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine says Fiction River’s crime volumes have “high quality throughout,” and why Publishers Weekly states “… fans of the unconventional will be well satisfied.” Join some of the best authors in the business as they uncover once-hidden crimes.
edited by Rebecca Moesta
coming January, 2016
Everyone faces dark times. Everyone looks for a light to get through. These fifteen stories show teen heroes/heroines using creativity and heart to find their inner “spark” to overcome adversity, evil, or ignorance. In this anthology for all ages, join a girl who struggles to accept the zombie working at her school, a second-rate superhero who might just have what it takes after all, and a young magic-user who must decide whether to break the rules to save the day. These compelling young heroes/heroines prove sometimes it simply takes a spark to light a fire in the darkness.
Edited by John Helfers
coming March 2016