With a unique plot, great characterization, and believable reactions and consequences, Someplace to be Flying is a solidly made and edited book.
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Surviving Aggressive People, a novel by Shawn Smith, gives us the toolset for avoiding and defusing conflict that we never got as kids.
If you want a cute and amusing webcomic that hearkens back to the family-friendly enjoyability of Garfield and its ilk, Ask a Cat is for you!
The Early Access version of Saurian doesn't yet live up to its potential, but hopefully it will grow into a wonderful game as time progresses.
Station Eleven is an interesting, lyrical book about human relationships and connections and love in a post-apocalyptic world, albeit with a thin plot.
'Yohance': Who doesn't like reading about a sassy space thief, his droll companion, and his cranky ex as they adventure through space looking awesome?
Yes, 'The Girl With All The Gifts' is a zombie survival story; but its unique perspective — that of a dynamic young girl — offers something completely new.
Liam Gavin's film 'A Dark Song' is a fairy tale for adults, with a lesson about ourselves and our needs, the face we show the world, and our secret hearts.
'Bite' is a wild and crazy adventure with a strange, post-apocalyptic family that has a good immersive quality. A fun read.
Josh Malerman's novel 'The Bird Box' is a creeping, claustrophobic horror that will keep you hostage reading it until it is done.
Darryl Cunningham's collection of comics, Psychiatric Tales, offers a rare, humanized vision of what it is like for those who work in mental health.
Beth Lewis's 'The Wolf Road' is a decent book, straying from some of the other post-apocalyptic books in tone and style, if not subject matter.
There are no shortages of books and websites displaying fantastical artwork. But Vision Illustrated, edited by Hugo Bravo, stands out from the crowd by
There are some writers who stick out because of their consistent clarity of voice, insight, and unique vision. N.K. Jemisin is one of those rare people.
Black Devil Spine is a book of graphic horror by Doug Brunell. It deals with sexual violence without watering it down or romanticizing it, and may be