We are pleased to announce that our nonfiction line will launch on July 1 with the release of two titles, Wellness and Work Flow by Annette Kavanaugh and Diane Kavanaugh-Black, and From Fan Fiction to Original Fiction by Vera Rozalsky with E. P. Beaumont. These books will be available in both print and electronic editions.
We are also working on adding an on-line shop to our site to allow purchase of books directly from Glass Knife Press.
In a New York where unicorns and werewolves roam Central Park, struggling painter L. A. (Angie) Stavros thinks that she’s found a gig as an art forger. Instead, she’s become a conduit for lost paintings to come back to life, and that’s just the beginning of the complications.
This novella is released February 2, 2015. Available now from Amazon.
Welcome to the complex landscape of the Inhabited Worlds. Survivors of a failed terraforming project have developed a brilliant culture organized around music, dance, and safety. An immortal dictator rules a fortress planet. Sentient starships dance in space. Aristocratic clans vie for control of the Mother of Worlds. Rumored space pirates lurk at the margins. Three different cultures stand on the brink of catastrophic change, in these nine tales of politics, family relationships, star-crossed love, space battle, and would-be empire.
This collection of multicultural science-fiction stories introduces the world and characters of E. P. Beaumont’s forthcomingShip’s Heart Trilogy.
Contents: Headspace; Bad Parents; Poetics; The Starship Captain’s Songs of Home; Notes for the Memoirs of the First Galactic Emperor; Last Days of the Immortal;The Resurrection of Yasmin Sure-Hand; Voyage, Interrupted; A Diplomat’s Starship Diary.
On January 20, 2014 we will release E. P. Beaumont’s In the Laboratory of the Night, a vampire story on the boundary with science fiction. Vampires live a half-life of Platonic dream and roost in university libraries. Terence, a 100-year-old vampire addicted to pulp fiction, becomes obsessed with biological sciences grad student Mina.
Our next e-book release is E. P. Beaumont’s Max and the Ghost, a young-adult paranormal take on the first-generation immigrant experience. Max’s brother Anton has gotten a deal on a fancy riverfront condo, without thinking about the reasons for the bargain price.
In July and August 2012, we are releasing the first titles in our Fiction line.
The first of these, Erika and the Vampire by E. P. Beaumont, is available as an e-book now. It’s an unusual take on the traditional vampire story, with a street-smart teenaged protagonist who has doubts about her friend’s crush on a vampire rock musician.
Glass Knife Press fiction line will become available in July 2012. E-books of Glass Knife Press publications will be available at that time.