Joseph Edwin Haeger$14.99 $13.94
"Unique and meaningfully disorienting—Bardo explores the space between death and rebirth, between vengeance and coming to terms with a guilt-ridden life...In 90 pages, Haeger has captured the depth and meaning of a tome." - Nick Gardner, IBR (STARRED review).
Emily Thomas Mani$16.00
What is it that you do to survive? What do you pray to? Emily Thomas Mani crafts a deeply sympathetic tale with The Church of Wrestling, allowing us to ask questions and believe in what we believe, to take them to new heights, to worship in the church of wrestling, sport.
Sofia Samatar and del Samatar$14.95
Tap into incisive little vignettes about various monsters, or not-so-monsters, in this short collection of illustrated fictions or nonfictions about how we view monsters. I absolutely loved this one, and it's a breeze to flip through at your leisure.
And the award to shortest collection goes to...! The Conquered Sits at the Bus Stop, Waiting might be only 16 pages, but each story is so full with deep, resonant emotions that linger. If you like flash and microfiction, I'd definitely recommend this one!
Hello weird short fiction! This 58-page novella finds a protagonist sorting through a former magician's hoarder house. This one's got some beyond memorable images in it.