'The Vampire’s Protégé' by Damian Serbu

Charon, né Blade Hunter, is a true vampire of the third millennium.  As befits a vampire created during the 21st century, his origin resembles a reality TV show:  a mysterious individual offers him the chance to play a deadly game where the winner takes all, and the losers lose everything—including their lives. Charon naturally wins… read more

'Tarry This Night' by Kristyn Dunnion

Tarry This Night, like any good dystopian novel, is not a superficial response to current events, but a thoughtful reflection on deep-seated structural inequalities… read more

'Sidebar' by Carsen Taite

Sidebar is a love story with a refreshing twist. It’s a mystery and a bit of a thriller, with an ethical dilemma and some subterfuge thrown in for good measure…. read more

Dancing to the Beat of My Own Story

“In the folk dance, a traditional tarantella sways in a rapidly increasing tempo, back and forth [….] As I worked on my debut novel named for this dance, I sometimes felt I was making no more forward progress than a tarantella dancer…”… read more

'Like a Dog' by Tara Jepsen

Like A Dog is a humorous portrait of Paloma, an aimless 30-something who loves to skate and drink, but who also has incredible moments of insight… read more