'Collaborators' by Deborah Wheeler

In Deborah Wheeler’s Collaborators, Earth scientists take refuge on an alien planet after a devastating mid-space accident. With nowhere else to go, and desperate to make repairs, they initiate first contact with an alien civilization on the planet Bandar. But their mere presence on the planet accidently sparks off a devastating war between the alien… read more

'Fighting Gravity' by Leah Petersen

Leah Petersen’s debut book is touching, emotional; a comfortably domestic love story set against the backdrop of politics in an empire that spans the galaxy. Our narrator, boy-genius Jacob Dawes, is an oddly mature child who “steps between a punch” at six, is chosen for relocation to the Imperial Intellectual Complex at eight, and “makes… read more

Dragon Moon Press: December Open Submissions

Dragon Moon Press is pleased to announce our December, 2011 open submissions period. We would like to thank you for your interest in submitting your manuscript to us for consideration. Please read our guidelines carefully…. read more

'The Empress Sword' by Paulette Jaxton

With a kingdom to save and a dragon to slay, not to mention the loss of a dear friend and the first stirrings of a childhood crush, transitioning into a female is literally the least important problem on Crown Prince Aster’s mind…. read more

'Triptych' by J.M. Frey

Many science fiction tales deal with first contact and the inevitable conflicts between human and alien societies, but few tackle so directly and intimately the question of the human family, and how it could be changed as well. In Triptych (Dragon Moon Press), a time-traveling adventure spanning twenty-nine years and over two generations, the human… read more