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Mythic Delirium news: “An Unkindness” by Jessica P. Wick from A SINISTER QUARTET a Year’s Best Science Fiction and Fantasy selection

/ June 5th, 2022 / No Comments »

We live in an era of time distortion. Mostly it’s a bloody distressing state, but occasionally there’s a boon — such as this wonderful and unexpected opportunity to congratulate A Sinister Quartet contributor Jessica P. Wick, whose debut novella “An Unkindness” has been selected for

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Forthcoming from Mythic Delirium: THE COLLECTED ENCHANTMENTS by Theodora Goss (w/ cover reveal!)

/ May 23rd, 2022 / No Comments »

Day job demands have slowed us down here at Mythic Delirium Books — more specifically, they’ve slowed me down — but that doesn’t mean the machinery is idling. Here’s a bit of proof: we’re delight to announce the acquisition of The Collected Enchantments, a major

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A flock of rave reviews for DARK BREAKERS

/ March 27th, 2022 / No Comments »

Dark Breakers by C. S. E. Cooney has been racking up rave reviews faster than we can keep track of them. (Admittedly, a new-ish day job has distracted me!) Here is a belated attempt to play catch up. It’s been nice to see Mythic Delirium’s

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Presenting DARK BREAKERS: video and interview with C. S. E. Cooney + launch sale

/ February 15th, 2022 / No Comments »

Today the special pre-order sale that we have been holding on e-book editions of C.S.E. Cooney’s new collection Dark Breakers officially switches to being the launch sale for the book, as as of today Dark Breakers is officially out in the world and available. The

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One week till DARK BREAKERS: an ARC giveaway, a pre-order discount sale & a few sweet reviews

/ February 8th, 2022 / No Comments »

There’s only a week left until Dark Breakers, the new collection of short fiction from World Fantasy Award winner C. S. E. Cooney, manifests physically in the world. This is Mythic Delirium’s first new title since the release of the Shirley Jackson Award-nominated Aftermath of

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Announcing DARK BREAKERS by World Fantasy Award winner C. S. E. Cooney, forthcoming February 2022

/ September 20th, 2021 / No Comments »

No less an authority than Merriam-Webster describes the new-minted sf/f subgenre term “hopepunk” as stories that find “narrative motivation in the idea of optimism — embodied in acts of love, kindness, and respect for one another — as resistance.” We here at Mythic Delirium Books

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All this week: 99¢ e-book special on THE HISTORY OF SOUL 2065 by Barbara Krasnoff

/ July 5th, 2021 / No Comments »

It’s been two years since Mythic Delirium Books brought out Barbara Krasnoff’s story collection and mosaic novel The History of Soul 2065, a haunting, stunningly beautiful, genre-blending and genre-defying work of art. These 20 tales that depict snapshots in the lives of various members of

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Dark, fantastic, mythic, delirious e-book sale + signed copy offer

/ March 3rd, 2021 / No Comments »

I’m pleased to share that Mythic Delirium has found a way to further celebrate the recognition our 2020 titles received in from the latest Locus Recommended Reading List, and furthermore, that we’re able to include our other titles that have direct links to our most

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SNOW WHITE LEARNS WITCHCRAFT wins the 2020 Mythopoeic Award for Adult Literature

/ February 15th, 2021 / No Comments »

We at Mythic Delirium Books — that is, Anita and I — want to offer our heartfelt congratulations to Theodora Goss, whose collection of fiction and poetry that we brought out way back in February 2019, Snow White Learns Witchcraft, just won the 2020 Mythopoeic

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Apex Holiday Horror Contest and Apex Sponsorship

/ November 1st, 2020 / No Comments »

Halloween may have ended, but the occasion for horror certainly has not — and I’m not just talking about the state of the world. There’s plenty of room for the fun kind of horror in other seasons, as the contest that I have the honor

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