Editors

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Literature and the Psychology of Change

a panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness 20 October, 7PM Teachers College Milbank Chapel, Columbia University Charlotte Perkins Gilman published “The Yellow Wallpaper” in 1892, exposing the realities behind the

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Literature and the Psychology of Change

a panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness 20 October, 7PM Teachers College Milbank Chapel, Columbia University Charlotte Perkins Gilman published “The Yellow Wallpaper” in 1892, exposing the realities behind the

Recommendations from the Beyond

Startling Sci-Fi may be a fantastic must-read collection of literary science fiction. But why stop there? Casey Ellis has put together list of some of his favorite works in the literary sci-fi genre. Check out his top choices in this post.

Recommendations from the Beyond

Startling Sci-Fi may be a fantastic must-read collection of literary science fiction. But why stop there? Casey Ellis has put together list of some of his favorite works in the literary sci-fi genre. Check out his top choices in this post.

This is #StartlingSciFi

All of the stories in this book are unambiguously science fiction. When this project began, that was one of the few non-negotiable attributes that we demanded of submissions. It was vital because one of the goals of this anthology is to clear some of the air around the genre.

This is #StartlingSciFi

All of the stories in this book are unambiguously science fiction. When this project began, that was one of the few non-negotiable attributes that we demanded of submissions. It was vital because one of the goals of this anthology is to clear some of the air around the genre.

Editor Spotlight: Casey Ellis

Readers may recall Casey Ellis as the line editor for both Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South and Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, and also from his story “The Creature from the Lake” in Salon Style:

Editor Spotlight: Casey Ellis

Readers may recall Casey Ellis as the line editor for both Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South and Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, and also from his story “The Creature from the Lake” in Salon Style:

Startling Sci-Fi: Literature, Genre Fiction, & Beyond

a panel discussion moderated by Casey Ellis,
editor of Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond, 16 MAY 2015, 3PM at NYPL Jefferson Market Library

Startling Sci-Fi: Literature, Genre Fiction, & Beyond

a panel discussion moderated by Casey Ellis,
editor of Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond, 16 MAY 2015, 3PM at NYPL Jefferson Market Library

Editor Spotlight: Rose Yndigoyen

Readers of our Southern Gothic anthology may remember Rose Yndigoyen from her contribution “Long Gone Girls,” about which Amy Susan Willson said: “captures the mood of a young woman who yearns for human connection so strongly that she invents an

Editor Spotlight: Rose Yndigoyen

Readers of our Southern Gothic anthology may remember Rose Yndigoyen from her contribution “Long Gone Girls,” about which Amy Susan Willson said: “captures the mood of a young woman who yearns for human connection so strongly that she invents an