Brian Stableford



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 142 titles

  • Fantasy

    Dec-2018

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  • Science Fiction

    May-2018

    Mathieu Galmier, formerly of the Pasteur Institute, has to leave Paris under a cloud when one of his pioneering experiments in hematology goes awry. He is given refuge—of sorts—in London by Sir Juliam Templeforth. Unfortunately, the rewards both ...

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  • Fantasy

    Apr-2018

    Brian M. Stableford’s latest novel, The Pool of Mnemosyne, concludes the saga of the immortal Axel Rathenius, from the artists’ colony of Mnemosyne, an island located off the northern coast of what in our world is called France, in the Everlastin...

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  • Fantasy

    Mar-2018

    St. Madoc, on the coast of North Wales, seems like a suitably quiet place for an aging writer to work; when Simon Cannick moves into Raven Cottage he thinks it might even be too quiet. Stopping by the pub, he learns of local lore concerning mermaids,...

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  • Fantasy

    Feb-2018

    Alastor, the son of an iron-master, has no inclination to follow his father’s trade, preferring to work with wood. He and his musically-talented sister Catrianne leave the foundry to go and live in a town, where Alastor soon begins to specialize in...

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  • Fantasy

    Oct-2017

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2017

    Crawford Tillinghast was killed when a machine that he built in order to break down the barriers between dimensions exploded, and his three domestic servants disappeared, leaving his old friend David Dearden as the only witness to the catastrophe. No...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2017

    Acclaimed author and scholar Brian Stableford turns his penetrating mind to matters of science fiction, fantasy, and horror in this collection of essays. He covers such diverse topics as: SLAVES OF THE DEATH SPIDERS: Colin Wilson and Existentialist S...

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  • Science Fiction

    Feb-2017

    Nearly 30 early tales of futuristic societies, rogue stars, rebellious machines, and other now-familiar subjects of speculative fiction, originally published between 1835 and 1924, include works by Poe, Hawthorne, Wells, and lesser-known authors....

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2017

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  • Fantasy

    Jan-2017

    Brian M. Stableford’s latest novel, The Mirror of Dionysus, explores the mystery of the origins of the  immortal Axel Rathenius, who lives on the artists’ colony of Mnemosyne, an island off the northern coast of what in our world is called Franc...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2017

    Ten French scientific romances by Georges de La Fouchardière, Henri Lanos, E.M. Laumann, Francois-Félix Nogaret, Jean Rameau & Régis Vombal. The Mirror of Present Events (1790) is an irreverent political allegory in which a Syracusan beauty, follo...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2017

    Eleven French scientific romances by Jacques Boucher de Perthes, Pierre Bremond, Léon Daudet, Georges Espitallier, Louis Gallet, Pierre de Nolhac & Ralph Schropp. This is the twelfth in a series of anthologies of exemplary texts in the evolution of ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2017

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  • Horror

    Nov-2016

    Gabriel Bowlands, a young man taking the Grand Tour in the late 1780s, is less interested in absorbing the broad legacy of European culture than following up his own particular obsession with the theater, and particularly the art of comedy. Having sp...

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-2016

    Mark and Jimmy are “astrological twins” born on the same day, but they have completely opposed personalities. Even so, when they met at university in the 1980s they formed a close friendship, which even survived a crisis point when the reckless J...

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2016

    The Aerial Valley (1810) proves that a utopian society can only maintain stability if it remains technologically limited and isolated from outside influences; it is a sensitive challenge to the philosophy of progress as an instrument of perfectibilit...

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2016

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  • Science Fiction

    May-2016

    Long-undisturbed Tenebrion Wood, identified in the Domesday Book and named by the Romans after a kind of "night-sprit," stands in the way of a road development. Environmentalist Steve Pearlman recruits a number of investigators to examine the site in...

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  • Horror

    May-2016

    At last, the true story can finally be told of my participation in the investigation of a haunted bookshop in Barry, South Wales, organized by my good friend and fellow science fiction writer Reverend Lionel Fanthorpe. As a result of the haunting in ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Apr-2016

    Kirk Markham returns to his home town of Leeds in 1999 after three years at university "down south." In order to support himself while he tries to find a way on to the first rung of a respectable career ladder he gets a job in a call center, which pr...

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  • Fantasy

    Nov-2015

    The enigmatic immortal Axel Rathenius has been commissioned to paint a triptych illustrating the life of Orpheus. Meanwhile, an enigmatic legacy propels him, his agent Myrica Mavor, Madame Vashti Savage the medium,and the mournful poet Hecate Rain in...

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  • Science Fiction

    Oct-2014

    The Revolt of the Machines, translated and annotated by renowned science fiction writer and scholar Brian Stableford, features eight stories written between 1865 and 1918, providing a cross-section of the early development of what the editor of the 1...

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  • Science Fiction

    Apr-2014

    In the 1890s, a generation before Hugo Gernsback, Louis Figuier, editor of the French popular science magazine La Science Illustrée, made a concerted effort to define and delimit the genre of roman scientifique, using that term to head a series of f...

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  • Science Fiction

    Apr-2014

    One night, young Marius Foulane is mysteriously attracted by the light of the star Gemma and travels by astral projection to the planet Cybele which orbits it. He discovers a world identical to Earth, but historically displaced by 6000 years in the f...

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2013

    This collection brings together the ten earliest stories in Brian Stableford's series of "Tales of the Biotech Revolution," all written in the 1980s, except for one anomalous example from the 1960s. The dates in some of the stories, located a comfort...

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  • Science Fiction

    Dec-2012

    The Realms of Tartarus - 1

    After laboring for thousands of years, the people of Earth, fleeing ecological disaster, have built a new, clean, stable world on a worldwide platform erected over the entire land surface of the Earth. Everything is going well--except for Carl Magner...

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  • Science Fiction

    Dec-2012

    The Realms of Tartarus - 3

    The masters of the Euchronian Millennium are panicking. The fabric of their ideal society on the platform built over the Earth has been ripped, and the order that they hold so precious seems to be teetering on the brink of collapse. In order to save ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-2012

    The Realms of Tartarus - 2

    The people of the Euchronian Millennium had been reminded of the Underworld that existed beneath the platform on which they had constructed their better, cleaner, safer world--leaving the original surface of Earth a dark, dreary, and forgotten place....

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  • Science Fiction

    Oct-2012

    This is a new collection of seven French proto-science fiction stories devoted to explorations of the future, as imagined in the 1850s and early 1900s, translated and annotated by renowned science fiction writer and scholar Brian Stableford. This col...

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  • Fantasy

    Oct-2012

    At an 1847 revival of Meyerbeer's opera Robert le Diable, the ghost of Blaise Thibodeaux, the author of La Resonance du temps, appears in one of the boxes, just as Thibodeaux had predicted to Auguste Dupin that it would, thirteen years before. Unfort...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-2012

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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-2012

    This collection of 18 proto-science fiction tales, translated and edited by renowned science fiction writer and scholar Brian Stableford, includes such ground-breaking tales as Charles Cros' An Interastral Drama (1872), about an unlawful love between...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-2012

    A balloon ascent to the Heavens... A man with X-ray vision... A utopian metal city built on giant pylons above Paris... A sexless world in which women reproduce parthenogenetically and man is unknown... Is science insane? Unholy? See nine French auth...

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  • Science Fiction

    May-2012

    Throughout the centuries that have passed since humans first ventured into interstellar space, they have been at war with the alien Veich. The human race has, in consequence, been fully militarized, its educational system being a form of military tra...

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  • Fantasy

    Apr-2012

    In the longest of the four Cthulhu Mythos stories in this collection, "The Legacy of Erich Zann," the violin and the music that the ill-fated musician left behind become the target, some fifteen years later, for a mysterious searcher who will stop at...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2012

    This collection of stories about possible future developments in biotechnology juxtaposes the ultra-large scale of "Mortimer Gray's History of Death," which encapsulates several thousand years of human history, both past and future, with the intimate...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2012

    First published in 1976, "The Mind-Riders" features a remarkable anticipation of virtual reality gaming, in which the revised sport of boxing pits physically identical virtual fighters against one another, operated by electronically-connected "handle...

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-2011

    It is 1847, and Paris is edging closer to its next revolution, but something is also astir inside Mont Dragon in the Ardeche. This is a place of annual pilgrimage for a band of enigmatic nomads, and also a place of interest to the ambitious Bishop of...

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  • General Fiction

    Aug-2011

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  • Fantasy

    Aug-2011

    For hundreds of years the male members of the Kilcannon family have considered themselves to be the beneficiaries of distortions in the statistical distribution of chance, associating their most fortunate windfalls with visual distortions that they c...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jun-2011

    Peter Bell the Third, accidentally named from the title of a poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley, is called upon to renew his old friendship with Rowland Usher, who was deliberately named after the protagonist of a story by Edgar Allan Poe. In the new House...

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  • Science Fiction

    May-2011

    Hooded Swan - 6

    In a galactic culture that extends from quasi-Utopian worlds such as New Alexandria to vermin-infested slums like Old Earth, the Star-Pilots have become the great heroes of the day. Grainger has become a legend in his own time, flying the prototype v...

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  • Fantasy

    Apr-2011

    The Shoggoths attack: "They had been so horrible before that I dare not say that they were any MORE horrible when they came again.... They were still unspeakable, still unthinkable--but whether I could speak or think of them or not, they were HERE." ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Apr-2011

    Hooded Swan - 5

    In a galactic culture that extends from quasi-Utopian worlds like New Alexandria to vermin-infested slums like Old Earth, the Star-Pilots that link the cosmos are the great heroes of the day, and Grainger has become a legend in his own lifetime. The ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2011

    Hooded Swan - 4

    In a galactic culture that extends from quasi-utopian worlds like New Alexandria to the vermin-infested slums of Old Earth, the Star-Pilots are the great heroes of the day, and Grainger has become a legend in his own time. Pharos is paradise - or so ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2011

    Hooded Swan - 3

    In a galactic culture that extends from quasi-Utopian worlds like new Rome to vermin-infested slums like Old Earth, the Star-Pilots are the great heroes of the day, and Grainger has become a legend in his own time, flying the revolutionary ship, Hood...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2011

    In the near future, xenogenetist Carly Maclaine is the clone of a notorious pioneer in the field, who created an artificial intelligence called Napoleon. Napoleon has been on the run from the Commonwealth's secret police--but now they need Napoleon's...

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  • Science Fiction

    Feb-2011

    In a galactic culture that extends from quasi-Utopian worlds like New Alexandria to vermin-infested slums like Old Earth, starship pilots have become the great romantic heroes of the day. When Star-Pilot Grainger is rescued from a shipwreck, he finds...

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  • Science Fiction

    Feb-2011

    In the culture of the galaxy, the Star-Pilots of the starships that link the cosmos together have become the great heroes of the day. Grainger, who has become a legend in his own lifetime, is drafted to fly the prototype (the Hooded Swan) of a new sh...

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  • Science Fiction

    Feb-2011

    In the world of the future, dying is easy--it's the afterliving that's hard When Nicky is killed at the age of 27 by a suicide bomber, he wakes up in a Resurrection Center, having been made into an albino, pink-eyed "zombie." The beleagued community...

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  • Fantasy

    Jan-2011

    The Empire of the Necromancers - 3

    1823. Thanks to the technique discovered by Victor Frankenstein, it is now possible to resurrect the dead. Many competing factions now plans to use such technology to reshape the world. Scotland Yard Superintendent Gregory Temple is forced to team up...

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  • Fantasy

    Jan-2011

    During an August heat-wave, the Comte de Saint-Germain seeks the help of detective Auguste Dupin. Someone--or someTHING--is trying to kill him The Comte has inherited a magical cello and a mysterious sealed box. A psychic vampire (an "egregore") int...

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  • General Fiction

    Jan-2011

    In the world of the future, the newest rage among the rich and aged is to purchase computer-generated biotech simulations of their personalities before they die—and thus to become, after their passing, “Undead,” immobile personalities trapped w...

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-2010

    The Comte de Saint-Germain has come into possession of a copy of The Mad Trist, the book from which Edgar Allan Poe and Roderick Usher read aloud before the collapse recorded in “The Fall of the House of Usher.” The Comte wants to make a present ...

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-2010

    Following the sad demise of Ernest Valdemar, as related in the story by Edgar Allan Poe, his mortal remains are dispatched to his daughter in Paris--but they do not arrive on schedule, and the Chevalier Auguste Dupin is forced to play detective yet a...

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  • Fantasy

    Nov-2010

    In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles" (flip one book over to read the second title), here is the tenth Wildside Double: VALDEMAR'S DAUGHTER: A ROMANCE OF MESMERISM, by Brian Stableford Following the sad demise of Ernest Valdemar, as related in ...

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-2010

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2010

    In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles," two-in-one books (flip one over to read the second title)--here is the fourth Wildside Double. "Les Fleurs du Mal: A Tale of the Biotech Revolution," by Brian Stableford. In the year 2550, where premediated ...

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  • Fantasy

    Aug-2010

    Cris's life falls apart after he and his girlfriend Claire are tattooed by artist Devon Curtin--who's murdered shortly after. Twenty years later, Curtin's fans, who believe his art was magical, are putting together an exhibit of his work, including t...

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  • Horror

    Jan-2010

    Sheena is a vampire from Leeds who works in a call center, and has a dark secret that even she doesn't know about. Her boyfriend has to discover it the hard way, alas. Like the other two vampire stories included in the book, both of which feature vam...

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  • General Fiction

    Jan-2010

    Beginning in 1804 with Nathan Drake's Henry Fitzowen, The Dedalus Book of British Fantasy traces the development of the genre through the stories and poems of Coleridge, Keats, Dickens, Disraeli, William Morris, Christina Rossetti, Tennyson and Verno...

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  • Fantasy

    Dec-2009

    The Empire of the Necromancers - 2

    1821. Thanks to the technique discovered by Victor Frankenstein, it is now possible to resurrect the dead. Scotland Yard Superintendent Gregory Temple, on the trail of criminal mastermind John Devil, who plans to use such technology to reshape the wo...

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  • Fantasy

    Sep-2009

    Once upon a time all literature was fantasy, set in a mythical past when magic existed, animals talked, and the gods took an active hand in earthly affairs. As the mythical past was displaced in Western estimation by the historical past and novelists...

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  • Fantasy

    Sep-2009

    When Steve, a hapless school teacher, consults a hypnotherapist to solve his personal problems, he "remembers" being abducted by aliens. When he starts attending sessions of Alien Abductees Anonymous (AlAbAn), he sees a pattern in the stories being t...

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  • Science Fiction

    Sep-2009

    In an alternate history of 1572, five intrepid British adventurers venture into the ether to seek out new life and new civilizations. They discover a galaxy-wide invertebrate empire, including the insect-like inhabitants of the moon. But the empire i...

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  • Science Fiction

    Sep-2009

    In an early nineteenth-century England in which there never was a Restoration after Cromwell's Revolution, a party of guests travels to a house-party in Yorkshire to witness the demonstration of the world's first time machine. Michael Laurel, a young...

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  • Science Fiction

    Sep-2009

    S. Fowler Wright's novel, The World Below, one of the classics of British scientific romance, was hailed as a masterpiece of science fiction when it was published in the U.S. Originally intended as a trilogy, the novel was cut short when Wright's bus...

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2009

    Six stories of fantasy and science fiction by a modern master, including three pieces published for the first time: "The Path of Progess," "Kalamada's Blessing," "The Shepherd's Daughter," "Shadows of the Past," "Reconstruction," and the original sho...

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  • Fantasy

    Apr-2009

    In this new collection of essays, well-known critic Brian Stableford presents twelve pieces on science-fiction and fantasy writers M. P. Shiel, Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Humphry Davy, Robert Hunt, Vernon Lee, J. G. Ballard, James Morrow, Dean Koontz, and...

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  • Fantasy

    Apr-2009

    This new collection gathers together 45 of Stableford's best critical reviews on works of science fiction, fantasy, horror, decadent literature, and nonfiction books about these topics. His comments are witty, intelligent, and full of insight. Comple...

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  • Fantasy

    Mar-2009

    Stories of humans metamorphosing into something else—from vampires to aliens to animals—fill modern fantasy and science fiction. Now a modern master of fantastic literature has collected together ten captivating pieces from his modern and ancient...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2009

    This second collection (after NEWS FROM THE MOON) of 13 proto-science fiction tales and other scientific romances, penned between 1796 and 1921, is translated and annotated by renowned science fiction writer and scholar Brian Stableford. From cosmic ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2009

    Most of these ten stories belong to a loosely-knit series tracking the potential effects of possible developments in biotechnology on the evolution of global society. "A master of the SF short story"--Robert Reginald....

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  • Horror

    Mar-2009

    Eleven new tales of fantasy and horror based upon the classic originals by H. P. Lovecraft, Oscar Wilde, Hans Christian Andersen, Arthur Conan Doyle, Robert Louis Stevenson, Jules Verne, H. Rider Haggard, and Bram Stoker....

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  • Fantasy

    Mar-2009

    A plastic surgeon of the future is charged with re-creating the face of Adam, the first man. Is he just a pawn in a scheme to defraud a billionaire, or does he seriously intend to fulfill his task. And if he's successful, what does it mean to the wor...

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  • Fantasy

    Feb-2009

    300 years in the future, biotechnology has altered the shape and substance of what it means to be a man. Only the 250-year-old "Dragon Man" can give Sara an understanding of what "e-mortality" might mean--for herself and for the entire human world....

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2009

    From 1895, when the means of visiting the future through drug-induced "timeshadowing" is discovered by Professor Copplestone, to 12 million years AD, when the Universal Engine seeks to determine the cosmos' ultimate fate, the vast tapestry of time is...

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  • in We Think Therefore We Are

    Science Fiction

    Jan-2009

    STEPHEN BAXTER * BRIAN STABLEFORD * ERIC BROWN JAMES LOVEGROVE * ADAM ROBERTS * TONY BALLANTYNE STEVEN UTLEY * MADLY YOUMANS * ROBERT REED PAUL DI FILIPPO * PATRICK O'LEARY * GARRY KILWORTH KEITH BROOKE * IAN WATSON * CHRIS ROBERSON Scientists...

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  • Horror

    Dec-2008

    The Empire of the Necromancers - 1

    1821. Thanks to the technique recently discovered by Victor Frankenstein, it is now possible to resurrect the dead. The British Crown put their best man, former Scotland Yard Superintendent Gregory Temple on the trail of criminal mastermind Henri de ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Sep-2008

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  • General Fiction

    Mar-2008

    The stories contained herein deal, directly or indirectly, with manifest delusions. By representing the delusions they feature as delusions, they promote the delusion that delusion can eventually be undermined by the strong-minded, who will thus be e...

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  • General Fiction

    Jan-2008

    Long after he was dead, French poet Charles Baudelaire inspired a Decadent Movement in France, which became definitive of fin de siecle sensibility. One of the historical and influential links between Baudelaire and the new Decadents was the Comte de...

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  • Horror

    Sep-2007

    The stories in this collection deal with apparitions of various sorts, five featuring ghosts produced by the troubled consciences of their protagonists, and three imagining harassments of a more tangible -- and hence more brutal -- stripe. One or two...

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  • Science Fiction

    Sep-2007

    It's the new frontier of scientific development: genetic engineering, the crafting of species, and the self-alteration of man himself. Here are eight stories at the cutting edge of the biotechnology revolution -- "The Tree of Life," "The Skin Trade,"...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jun-2007

    THE EARTH IS DYING In the far future Earth is dying. Society has reverted to a more primitive life, much like the Middle Ages. Two men, Matthew and his brother John, who calls himself "Firefly," set out to find the time traveller, the one person wh...

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  • Science Fiction

    May-2007

    THE BIOTECH REVOLUTION It's the new frontier of scientific development: genetic engineering, the crafting of species, and the self-alteration of man himself. Here are nine stories at the cutting edge of the biotechnology revolution-"The Cure for Lo...

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  • Fantasy

    May-2007

    1899. The mood of fin-de-siècle Paris is one of the old order crumbling away, as ancient superstitions are replaced by scientific discoveries. The director of the Théâtre Tragicomique is intent on staging an updated version of Faust to usher in th...

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  • Mystery

    Apr-2007

    In Felifax, originally published in 1929, the son of Paul Féval took on the nearly impossible task of trying to bring together two archetypes: Sir Eric Palmer, the great British detective, a successor of Sherlock Holmes, against jungle-born Felifax,...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2007

    This collection of nine proto-science fiction tales, translated and edited by renowned science fiction writer and scholar Brian Stableford, ranges from Louis-Sbastien Mercier's 1768 opening tale, in which the hero communicates with the dead through a...

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  • Horror

    Dec-2006

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  • Fantasy

    Mar-2006

    Amory was once taken into Faerie as a changeling, but then returned. While being cared for by the Sisters of Saint Syncletica, he becomes preoccupied with the mystery of his origin, wanting to know why Faerie rejected him. When Amory travels with Mer...

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  • Fantasy

    Oct-2005

    Meet the enigmatic immortal Axel Rathenius, the mournful Hecate Rain, the mysterious Nicodemus Rham, keeper of the Lucifer's Light on Devil's Rocks, the flamboyant antiquary Ragan Barling, the necromantically-inclined Madame Vashti Savage, Eirene Mag...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2005

    The Asgard Trilogy - 3

    Book 3 in The Asgard Trilogy Acclaimed science fiction author Brian Stableford (Year Zero, Designer Genes) returns with Asgard's Heart, the final book in his trilogy about a planet that contains thousands of worlds inside it - and the one man who wil...

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  • Science Fiction

    Dec-2004

    The Asgard Trilogy - 2

    Asgard's not an easy world to get away from. Mike Rousseau only wants to take a vacation in his home system, but he's back before he has time to draw breath, and he's been drafted into the Space Force once again. His new mission is even more dangerou...

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-2004

    In the far future, Earth is slowing dying, as the Sun has turned into a red giant that threatens to explode. The last inhabitants of the planet have no idea why they're still living, and why they seem to have been made in the image of earliest man--a...

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  • Science Fiction / Fantasy

    Oct-2004

    The Asgard Trilogy - 1

    Book 1 in The Asgard Trilogy From acclaimed science fiction author Brian Stableford (Year Zero, Designer Genes: Tales from the Biotech Revolution) comes the first book in a staggering new trilogy featuring the most incredible backdrop of all - an ent...

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  • General Fiction

    Apr-2004

    Decadent literature is intrinsically and proudly, a literature of moral challenge; it is skeptical, cynical and satirical. It recognizes that everyday morality does not work either in practical or in psychological terms, and is therefore a sham, but ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2004

    The eleven stories in Designer Genes showcase the latest volume in this intriguing science fiction that explores intriguing future possibilities in biotechnology, ranging from stories of imminent technology reflecting issues that are already controve...

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-2003

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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-2003

    Emortality - 6

    The sixth volume of Brian Stableford's future history concludes the series and also refers back to its beginnings. Through five earlier volumes, Inherit the Earth, Architects of Emortality, The Fountains of Youth, The Cassandra Complex, and Dark Arar...

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  • Science Fiction

    Apr-2003

    Harker Lee is a survivor. His mind withstands the threat of insanity and the pressure of imprisonment. His lifelong struggle to keep mind and body together in the face of the hostile environment of the maximum-security block is struggle against the s...

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  • Science Fiction

    Apr-2003

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2002

    Emortality - 5

    Dark Ararat is the fifth novel in an overarching masterpiece. It extends into interstellar space Brian Stableford's ambitious ongoing future history series begun in Inherit the Earth and continued in The Architects of Emortality, The Fountains of You...

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  • in 30th Anniversary DAW: Science Fiction

    Science Fiction

    2002

    Such masters of the Science Fiction genre as Tad Williams, Brian Aldiss, Frederik Pohl, Kate Elliot, C.J. Cherryh, and Julie E. Czerneda contribute all new, original pieces of short fiction to this commemorative volume honoring DAW Books thirtieth ye...

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  • in Year's Best Fantasy 3

    Fantasy

    2002

    The door to fantastic worlds, skewed realities, and breathtaking other realms is opened wide to you once more in this third anthology of the finest short fantasy fiction to emerge over the past year, compiled by acclaimed editor David G. Hartwell. Ra...

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-2001

    Long ago, Iridia was isolated from the stream of time by magicians trying to preserve the golden age of magic forever. Unfortunately, the land's slow, comfortable decline is about to be forever interrupted by four teenagers, former playmates of Princ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2001

    Emortality - 4

    It is the 21st century, a world of rapid change and biotech threats and promises. World War Three, the biotech war, is on the horizon and the world as we know it is going to end. The fateful question is, who is going to choose what kind of future com...

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  • Fantasy

    May-2000

    Emortality - 2

    Brian Stableford launched an ambitious future history series with Inherit the Earth , to widespread praise. "Stableford has created in this novel a totally believable world, and wrapped it around a series of mysterious events, surprise revelations, ...

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  • Fantasy

    May-2000

    Emortality - 3

    This is a science fiction novel of enormous scope and ambition, filled with wonders that expands Brian Stableford's on-going future history series. Hundreds of years in the future, further ahead than the settings of Inherit the Earth and Architects o...

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-1998

    Emortality - 1

    In the twenty-second century, biomedical nanotechnology has given everyone in the world long life and robust health. It is the New Utopia, and all live in the expectation that true immortality will soon be realized. Damon Hart, son of the scientis...

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  • General Fiction

    May-1998

    After successfully negotiating the perils of Salamander's Fire, Andris Myrazol, Princess Lucrezia and their companions are now spread far and wide. But all are prepared to face more danger as they struggle towards the centre of the mysteries that fir...

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  • Fantasy

    Jun-1996

    In London in 1895, Professor Edward Copplestone recounts his visits to the future under the influence of drugs to a group of historical and imaginary personages, including H.G. Welles, Oscar Wilde, and the mysterious Count Lugard, revealing that huma...

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  • Fantasy

    1994

    God is dead, and seven remaining fallen angels carry on their eternal battle through human agents. Now, while the Great War rages in Europe, David Lydyard embarks on his final supernatural quest. With a French soldier miraculously rescued from death ...

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-1993

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    Apr-1993

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  • Science Fiction

    1992

    An extraordinary story of suspense set in 1872, The Werewolves of London tells of David and Gabriel, unknowing hosts for enormously powerful beings--the fallen angels of Biblical mythology. As the fallen angels move toward their final confrontati...

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  • Horror

    Jan-1992

    A vampire who calls himself Maldureve comes out of the shadowy borderlands of existence in response to the unvoiced desires of philosophy student Anne Charet. By choosing to see him she gives him substance; after feeding him, she too begins to hunger...

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  • Fantasy

    Sep-1991

    In an epic novel the Washington Post called riveting, Brian Stableford brilliantly imagines a world ruled by a powerful aristocracy of vampires: long-lived, extraordinarily handsome humans who are immune to pain but must drink the blood of their ...

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  • Horror

    Aug-1991

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    Jun-1989

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  • Fantasy

    Sep-1985

    Magic Quest - 17

    In order to regain his magic, the king of Caramorn promises that his ugly son will marry Helen, the headstrong daughter of wizard Sirion Hilversun, who gives the prince three impossible tasks to prevent the unwanted wedding...

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  • Fantasy

    Feb-1983

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    Aug-1982

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  • General Fiction

    Apr-1981

    A few starships had set out from Earth before civilization ended. One of them found a new world, created a new home for mankind, an ideal intellectual society on Tanagar. Humane, its deviants and criminals were sent into space in deep freeze forever....

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-1980

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-1979

    The final contact made by the Daedalus Mission begins badly, even before the ship makes a hard landing in the middle of nowhere. The situation of the colony doesn't seem to make any sense, and neither does the situation of the indigenous aliens--the ...

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  • General Fiction

    Jan-1979

    Daedalus Mission - 5

    The planet Attica has two continents: Lambda and Delta. The indigenous alien population being restricted to Delta, Earth's colony was planted on Lambda. Before the arrival of the Daedalus, two sailing ships had set out from Lambda to cross the ocean ...

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  • General Fiction

    May-1978

    Daedalus Mission - 4

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-1977

    Daedalus Mission - 3

    The colony was successful. That was evident as soon as the recontact ship Daedalus had landed. It was successful, prosperous, and everything was due to the work and genius of J. Wildeblood, biochemist and planetary leader. This world now bore the ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-1977

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  • General Fiction

    Feb-1977

    Daedalus Mission - 2

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-1976

    Daedalus Mission - 1

    They call them the "rat-catchers." They're the crew of the spaceship Daedalus, which an economically destitute Earth has dispatched on a mission to re-establish contact with its far-flung, long-lost space colonies. Alex Alexander, ship's biologist, m...

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  • General Fiction

    May-1976

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    Jan-1972

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