'Waycaller' by D.J. McPhee

Jack Gordon thinks he’s going mad. The same thing happened to his mother, who believed in magic (and elves and dragons and monsters). Jack is understandably ashamed of his mother’s madness, and of the terrible crime she committed years earlier, before disappearing from his life forever…. read more

'Dust Devil on a Quiet Street' by Richard Bowes

 “A writer’s life only becomes clear to him after he writes it,” declares Richard Bowes near the end of his Dust Devil on a Quiet Street. Part memoir, part tell-all, part homage to the city he has lived in for forty-plus years, and part secret history of that same city, Dust Devil is more than… read more

'The Heavens Rise' by Christopher Rice

Readers who held out hope that the son of Anne Rice would eventually find his way to the dark side will rejoice over his latest novel, The Heavens Rise (Gallery Books). Those lamenting the time it took him to get here shouldn’t because the years Christopher Rice spent sharpening his literary teeth over the course of… read more

Tom Cardamone: The New Weird

Tom Cardamone’s newest work of fiction, Green Thumb, is described by Publisher’s Weekly as an “imaginative post-apocalyptic novella with New Weird sensibilities.” It may be slim in size, but this novella is surely a grand, grand tale. Mr. Cardamone chatted with Lambda and revealed more about Green Thumb, his love of music, Mad Max movies, and more…… read more