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Our upcoming LGBTQIA+ fiction titles!

After a busy 2023, we are delighted to announce our very exciting line up of books and authors for the forthcoming year(s).

June 2024

More Bugs by Em Reed

Dumped, broke and stranded at her mother's house, Amy has few options for escape. Hanging out with her ex comes with getting to know his new girlfriend, someone who looks suspiciously like Amy's younger, straighter doppelgänger.

Strapped for cash and desperate to be out of her mother’s home, she ends up babysitting the UFO-obsessed kids of the hot working mom down the street.

Over a dull, torrid summer in the Pennsylvania suburbs, strange lights linger on the horizon, and subterranean connections reach out their tendrils in the dark, signalling another, otherworldly possibility...

Some folks have had some great things to say about the novel:

“A book-length compulsion to pull off the scab and look underneath […] an expectationfuck of a novel in the most affectionate sense!” – Ryszard Merey of tRaum Books

“Meditative, philosophical, but also gloriously weird yet painfully familiar.” – Ai Jiang, Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker Award nominee and author of LINGHUN and I AM AI

“shocking, surreal, and even erotic moments of body horror” – Briar Ripley Page, author of The False Sister and Corrupted Vessels

Cover Artwork by Lily Blakely

Genre: SF/F, Literary Fiction, (a touch of) Romance

Format: novel

Extent: 320pp, paperback

ISBN: 978-1-916665-03-3

ebook ISBN: 978-1-916665-04-0

About the author:

Em Reed is a writer originally from Central Pennsylvania and currently based in Glasgow, whose essays have previously appeared in Murdered Futures: A Cronenberg Fanzine, The Serving Library Annual and Real Life. This is their first novel. Their website is

Spring 2025

Invisible by Louise Tondeur

Invisible is about different kinds of invisibility: middle and old age, grief, neuro-divergence, fertility treatment, gay history and lesbian love. This collection is interested in the tenderness of the everyday and the gentle humour that can be found within it. Lou is writing from a position of weirdness and queerness, as a lesbian and neurodivergent person writing the weird.

About the author:

After doing an MA in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia and publishing two novels in the early noughties, Lou did a PhD, travelled the world, and started a family, while publishing fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Nowadays, as well as writing, Lou is a part-time university lecturer. Lou has published a variety of work, her fiction includes The Water's Edge, The Haven Home for Delinquent Girls and Unusual Places. Her Poetry credits include Unfinished Creatures, PerverseRialtoUnder the Radar and Shearsman. You can find out more about Lou at:

Genre: short stories, weird, fantastical

Format: short story collection

Extent: TBC, paperback

ISBN: 978-1-916665-05-7

ebook ISBN: 978-1-916665-06-4

Autumn 2025

Hungry Waters by LN Andreas

Set in 1861, this story is told through the illustrated diary of Julian Clarke, an autistic trans man who has decided to escape his old life by accepting the position of a lighthouse keeper's assistant on a fictional island off the north of Scotland. His only companion on the remote station is the more experienced light-keeper Cornelius Blair, who, however, also carries his own secrets. Julian uncovers that Cornelius lives in constant fear of an unknowable monster hiding in the depths of the Atlantic ocean. The two keepers slowly learn how to trust each other and work together to keep the monster at bay, while also falling in love. Historical fiction with a dash of cosmic horror and romance.

About the author:

Andreas is a trans artist and printmaker who shares his work on Instagram under the name @rejka. He has recently started writing fiction as LN Andreas.

You can find out more about LN Andreas at:

Genre: fantasy, weird, historical

Format: novella

Extent: TBC, illustrated paperback

ISBN: 978-1-916665-07-1 

ebook ISBN: 978-1-916665-08-8 

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