PRISMS, an anthology of dark science fiction and fantasy co-edited by Darren Speegle and Michael Bailey, is now available! This anthology was previously published in limited hardcover by PS Publishing in March 2021 and re-released in trade paperback and eBook by Written Backwards.

Prisms are instruments, mirrors, metaphors, gateways humankind must pass through in order to achieve, to overcome, to realize, to become. Contained herein are nineteen transformative tales from some of speculative fiction’s most brilliant minds. So open your eyes and let the light pass through . . .

Purchase directly from the publisher (US only, shipping included) . . .

PRISMS: Paperback

ISBN: 979-8986748870 334 pages, 6 x 9″


Other purchasing options . . .

AmazoneBook | trade paperbackhardcover (from PS Publishing)

Barnes & Nobletrade paperback

Books-A-Million (BAM!)trade paperback

Table of Contents:

We Come in Threes – B.E Scully
Encore for an Empty Sky – Lynda E. Rucker
The Girl with Black Fingers – Roberta Lannes
The Shimmering Wall – Brian Evenson
In This, There Is No Sting – Kristi DeMeester
The Birth of Venus – Ian Watson
Super-Sad Mad Dog Sui-Homicidal Self-Sibs, All in a Leaky Tin Can Head – Paul Di Filippo
Rivergrace – E. Catherine Tobler
Saudade – Richard Thomas
There Is Nothing Lost – Erinn L. Kemper
This Height and Fiery Speed – A.C. Wise
The Motel Business – Michael Marshall Smith
Everything Beautiful Is Also a Lie – Damien Angelica Walters
The Gearbox – Paul Meloy
District to Cervix: The Time Before We Were Born – Tlotlo Tsamaase
Here Today and Gone Tomorrow – Chaz Brenchley
The Secrets of My Prison House – J. Lincoln Fenn
A Luta Continua – Nadia Bulkin
I Shall but Love Thee Better – Scott Edelman

Cover by Ben Baldwin

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