Book List:32 titles

  • Blackfeet author Stephen Graham Jones brings readers a spine-tingling Native American horror novella. Walking through his own house at night, a fifteen-year-old thinks he sees another person stepping through a doorway. Instead of the people who c...


  • What do you do when your dreams come true? When you were twelve, camping out in the back yard, you told your best friend that if he could draw a superhero good enough, you’d give him the perfect words to say. And then it didn’t just happen, there...


  • "The Night Cyclist" by Stephen Graham Jones is a horror novelette about a middle-aged chef whose nightly bicycle ride home is interrupted by an unexpected encounter. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Managem...


  • A spellbinding and darkly humorous coming-of-age story about an unusual boy, whose family lives on the fringe of society and struggles to survive in a hostile world that shuns and fears them. He was born an outsider, like the rest of his family. P...


  • This collection showcases the best writings of Stephen Graham Jones, whose career is developing rapidly from the noir underground to the mainstream. The Faster Redder Road features excerpts from Jones's novels--including The Last Final Girl, The Fast...



  • In our special Bizarro Crime issue we start things off with Cameron Pierce's "Drop the World," the tale of a young woman hoping to heal her life through taking hits to the face in the boxing ring. Then, Stephen Graham Jones gives us a helpful tutoria...


  • "Chapter Six", by Stephen Graham Jones, is an anthropological zombie story about Crain, a grad student, who has a theory of mankind's evolution. As he and his former professor scavenge on bone marrow left behind by the local zombie horde, he makes hi...






  • The scene of his mother's gruesome death greets high school senior Cooper as he arrives home from illegally killing a pregnant doe in the wilds of west Texas. In grief and with a sense of helpless guilt, Cooper begins to uncover the details of his mo...


  • Mary's life is going fine. Except for being a freshman in high school. And having anxiety attacks. And her dad having no job. So, introduce one boy who can fly, kidnap the little brother she's supposed to be babysitting, and drop a military quarantin...


  • A moon explodes and a marriage dies. An impossible creature rises from the tall grass, watches a farmer's circle system crawl across the field like a giant insect. That farmer watches back. His wife's footprints are there in the dirt. The fire in the...



  • Fiction. Native American Studies. Stephen Graham Jones' first collection of flash fiction, STATES OF GRACE, is aptly named: these stories balance drama, play, and puissance, like forty-nine high-wire feats. While some stories arc through the briefest...


  • The only thing more dangerous than zombies is the truth. In the ten years since zombies killed the world, Jory Gray has found exactly one person who matters. Her name is Linse. But when he wakes to find her gone, to join the church, his world fall...


  • You haven't heard of William Colton Hughes. Or, if you have, then you're not telling anybody. Not telling them anything, ever. He's not the serial killer on the news, in the textbooks. He's the one out there still punching his card, and a few other p...


  • If you've never been inside a giant space lobster, well. I don't recommend it. "Mixing doughnuts and the walking dead proves to be a deadly combination in Stephen Graham Jones' latest novel, Zombie Bake-Off, a slim volume of experimental fiction that...



  • A collection of three powerfully disturbing novellas by multiple award-winning author, Stephen Graham Jones. There are lines that probably shouldn't be crossed, doors that should stay shut, thoughts that shouldn't be considered. In these three novel...


  • ""The Last Final Girl" is like Quentin Tarantino's take on "The Cabin in the Woods." Bloody, absurd, and smart. Plus, there's a killer in a Michael Jackson mask." - Carlton Mellick III, author of "Apeshit" Life in a slasher film is easy. You just hav...


  • It was a fire that could be seen for miles, a fire that split the community, a fire that turned families on each other, a fire that it’s still hard to get a straight answer about. A quarter of a century ago, someone held a match to Greenwood, Te...


  • It's time for the annual Recipe Days bake-off in Lubbock, Texas. Soccer moms and grandmothers gather to show off their family recipes, learn new secrets for the perfect shortcake, and perhaps earn a chance to be on the famous cooking show, How Would ...


  • There are borders and then there are borders. Between right and wrong. Between Texas and Mexico. The first is a joke to Dodd Raines, the second a payday. Then there's the borders he's made. Between himself and his estranged daughter, the border patro...


  • These thirteen stories are our own lives, inside out. A boy’s summer romance doesn’t end in that good kind of heartbreak, but in blood. A girl on a fishing trip makes a friend in the woods who’s exactly what she needs, except then that friend ...


  • After burning up the blacktop in New Mexico with The Fast Red Road and rewriting Indian history on the Great Plains with The Bird is Gone, Stephen Graham Jones now takes us to Montana. Set on a Blackfeet Indian reservation, the life of one Indian boy...


  • "Suicide notes from a father who can't quite manage to kill himself, the nine final hours of customer support at a help desk for a video game no one has played in almost a decade, train-length, time-traveling, hyper-adaptive super-centipedes, lethal ...


  • Following an unnerving phone call from his diabetic mother on Halloween night, Hale and six of his med school classmates return to the house where his sister disappeared years ago only to find a chilling surprise in store for them. Written as a liter...


  • We stare at each other because we don't know which tribe, and then nod at the last possible instant. Standard procedure. You pick it up the first time a white friend leads you across a room just to stand you up by another Indian, arrange you like fur...


  • Seven Spanish Angels is a pitch-perfectly streamlined first-person crime novel that features the most engaging lead character to come out of a forensic crime lab since Patricia Cornwell's Kay Scarpetta. After painstakingly building a career for hers...






  • Deputy Sheriff Jim Doe plunges into a renegade manhunt after the Nazareth, Texas town sheriff is gunned down. But unbeknownst to him, the suspect-an American Indian-holds chilling connections to the disappearance of Doe's sister years before. And the...


  • Imagine a world where the American government signed a conservation act to "restore all indigenous flora and fauna to the Great Plains," which means suddenly the Great Plains are Indian again. Now fast-forward fourteen years to a bowling alley deep i...


  • The Fast Red Road A Plainsong is a novel which plunders, in a gleeful, two-fisted fashion, the myth and pop-culture surrounding the American Indian. It is a story fueled on pot fumes and blues, borrowing and distorting the rigid conventions of the tr...