Book of the Monk

D.K. Kirts
Imagine the Bruce Lee movie you always wanted to see--with a real plot and real good characters.

Book Publishing in the 21st Century

J. Neil Schulman
'J. Neil Schulman has seen the future, and there are no books.'
Cynthia Crossen, The Wall Street Journal

It Still Begins with Ayn Rand

Jerome Tuccille
Insightful, funny look at the politics of the last thirty years.

The Jehovah Contract

Victor Koman
With the aid of a beautiful lady gambler, an ancient Hollywood witch, and a telepathic smartass of a girl, Dell Ammo breaches the gates of Heaven and Hell to pull the Cosmic Trigger.

Kings of the High Frontier

Victor Koman
'Intriguing, exhilarating, thought-provoking ... brings back the sense of wonder.'
--Charles de Lint, The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction

The Land Beyond Summer

Brad Linaweaver
Readers of C. S. Lewis will recognize the issues at stake while fans of H.P. Lovecraft will feel right at home with Linaweaver’s bizarre creatures.

Other States of Being

John DeChancie
16 Short Abductions. 'Shamelessly droll, literate, and thoroughly entertaining.' --Booklist

Realty Check

Piers Anthony
New science fiction from a New York Times bestselling author!

The Robert Heinlein Interview and Other Heinleiniana

J. Neil Schulman
Robert Heinlein's last book--the longest interview Heinlein ever granted.

Time Wars No. 1: The Ivanhoe Gambit

Simon Hawke
How were Ivanhoe, Robin Hood, and a band of merry outlaws supposed to protect the future of the world?

To Live Again

Robert Silverberg
To Live Again is about a future where the dead are slaves to the living-until at last someone leads a rebellion.

The Wardove

L. Neil Smith
Captain Nathaniel Blackburn of Coordinated Arm Intelligence must find out who's killing rock musicians raising money for the War Against the Clusterian Powers.

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