Year’s Best Weird Fiction, Vol. 3 – ToC

Simon Strantzas and I are extremely pleased to present the Table of Contents for volume 3 of the Year’s Best Weird Fiction. (There may be one more addition). “The Strangers” by Robert Aickman. First published in The Strangers and Other Writings. “Rangel” by Matthew M. Bartlett. First published in Rangel. “Little Girls in Bone Museums” by Sadie Bruce. First published… Read more →

eBook of Meet Me in the Middle of the Air

The eBook of “Meet Me in the Middle of the Air” is now available from Amazon. The trade edition releases Feb. 9. If you took advantage of the 2016 Undertow subscription offer, your trade edition has been dispatched. Thanks so much to all who bought a subscription.   Read more →

Cover reveal – Almost Insentient, Almost Divine

Behold the wondrous front cover of DP Watt‘s forthcoming collection, “Almost Insentient, Almost Divine.” Art by Tran Nguyen. Impeccable design by Vince Haig. You’re going to need this book, along with Eric‘s, Sunny‘s, and Simon‘s. So grab a 2016 Undertow subscription. Read more →

Meet Me in the Middle of the Air now shipping

Eric Schaller‘s ‘Meet Me in the Middle of the Air’ is now up on Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, available for pre-order. (Shipping Feb. 9). And is also now available direct from the Undertow website. If you’re a subscriber, expect your copy soon. I hope you’ll grab a copy of this and all our 2016 releases. You will not be… Read more →

Nina Allan has kind words for Undertow

A must-read from Nina Allan, not only because she has some kind things to say about Undertow Publications: “Still more encouraging and truly a wonderful lineup of stories can be found between the covers of the Canadian publication The Year’s Best Weird Fiction #2 from Undertow Publications.” and ” I defy anyone to look at Käthe Koja’s selection for Undertow… Read more →

Review and kind words for Year’s Best Weird #2

James Everington over at Scattershot Writing has some nice things to say about Year’s Best Weird Fiction 2, edited by Kathe Koja, and for the series itself.   ” As my selection above hints at, one of the highlights of Year’s Best Weird Fiction 2 is the range of authors it includes in its comprehensive and generous definition of ‘the… Read more →

Locus review of ‘Skein and Bone’

The January issue of Locus Mag​ has a terrific review of Victoria Leslie​’s ‘Skein and Bone,’ by the inimitable Laird Barron​. “These stories linger in the mind like ripples in a night pond long after the flung stone sinks into darkness.” Thanks, Laird! Make sure to pick up a copy of Locus and ‘Skein and Bone.’ Read more →

Jeff VanderMeer blurb

“In Meet Me in the Middle of the Air, Eric Schaller showcases stories both horrific and transgressive, as well as tales that comment on horror and transgression, and our unthinking acceptance of stereotype or cliché. By turns chilling, disturbing, and, at times, imbued with a dark sense of humor and the author’s scientific perspective, the collection enters into profitable conversation… Read more →